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Conrad Indianapolis Offering a 'Pregnancy Turndown'

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  Site Where: 50 West Washington Street [map], Indianapolis, IN, United States, 46204
May 1, 2007 at 3:39 PM | by | ()

Add this to the Mommy Moon files....

The Conrad Indianapolis is offering Moms-to-be a "Pregancy Turndown" service which is actually much more than a regular turndown service. The service includes:

· A prenatal listening system to monitor the baby's heartbeat, kicks, hiccups and more.
· Internet access so that the mother-to-be can email the sounds of the heartbeat, kicks and hiccups to loved ones at home.
· Extra pillows for elevating legs and releasing pressure from the lower back.
· Unlimited bottled water to keep the body hydrated.

The service starts at $279 a night but if you want something a little more you can get the "Indulging Mothers-to-Be" package which starts at $319 and includes a 60-minute prenatal massage at the Spa Chakra. You can book by calling 1-800-CONRADS or reserve online using the promotion code P5.

Too bad, this is only offered in Indianapolis--not quite a Mommy Moon destination. Yet we do wonder how many little Conrads will be running around the Midwest in the next few years.

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Introducing a Mommy Moon?

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  Site Where: 12 Fourth Street [map], San Francisco, ca, United States, 94013
April 10, 2007 at 2:30 PM | by | ()

First the Conception Moon, then the Baby Moon and now the Mommy Moon?

We mentioned the Hotel Palomar in DC this morning as one of our Good Rate picks and this afternoon we bring to you the "Moms-to-be Mood Mender" package from the Hotel Palomar in San Francisco.

Kinda like the pink parking spaces reserved for expectant mothers at shopping malls, the hotel is offering pregnant ladies a way to unwind before the baby comes. The package starts at $365 a night for a Deluxe Room and includes a $50 gift card to nearby Bloomies, an in-room pedicure, a copy of Parents magazine, a Hotel Palomar tote bag, and a $40 credit at the Fifth Floor restaurant, which earned a Michelin star.

The reviews on the Palomar are hit and miss. But overall, everyone had good things to say about the service and the location, even if the rooms are somewhat tiny.

To book, call (866) 373-4941 or book online.

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· Bloomingdale's in the new San Francisco treat [Jaunted]
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