Alvarado Offers Travel Tips In The NY Times

December 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Sherry Alvarado, the experiences coordinator at Rosewood Bermuda, recently lent her expertise to The New York Times’s [NYT] travel writer Shivani Vora in a piece titled ‘How to Get the Most Out of Your Babymoon.’

According to the NYT, “Ms. Alvarado has planned more than 100 babymoons over the last several years for couples who have stayed at the resort and has plenty of tips on how to make this pre-parent hurrah a trip to remember.”

Ms. Alvarado told the NYT that minimizing travel time is key for babymooners and thus recommends avoiding destinations that require a layover or take more than three hours to get to. Accordingly, she concludes that Bermuda is an ideal “getaway spot” for east-coasters looking to plan a babymoon.

She also suggests that travelers book a babymoon package which often includes “early check-in, daily nonalcoholic cocktails, and prenatal spa treatments.”

“These packages, Ms. Alvarado said, are usually attractively priced and can be a great way to save money on your getaway because they include several services and amenities for a minimal additional cost.”

The article adds, “Regardless of whether or not you book a babymoon package, let your hotel know in advance of your stay that you’re coming to celebrate your impending arrival – Ms. Alvarado said that some properties offer babymooners free room upgrades and tailored amenities such as a bib and onesie for your future child.”

Read the full article here.

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