Puntacana Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Newlyweds usually stay in the Deluxe Suite, which has a private balcony.

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 Newlyweds usually stay in the Deluxe Suite, which has a private balcony.
For what you get -- a beautiful setting, great service, and food that is far superior to what you get at most of the all-inclusive resorts -- the Punta Cana Hotel's prices are very fair. And unlike at the all-inclusive resorts, most wedding details are up to you -- a great advantage, if you want a personal touch and don't mind a little extra legwork. Read more about weddings at the Punta Cana Hotel La Yola restaurant, a popular reception site, costs $2,000 and can fit up to 100 people. Plated, sit-down dinners range from $45 to $48, and buffets range from $39 to $59 -- less than what food costs at some of the all-inclusives. Newlyweds usually stay in the Deluxe Suite, which has a private balcony. The hotel's huge beach enjoys shallow, calm water with only negligible seaweed and fine, smooth white sand. There are few guests, so finding quiet place to relax is easy. Straightforward options, minimal fees, and top-notch beach and spa facilities make the Sanctuary Cap Cana a solid (and easy) luxury choice. Read more about weddings at the Sanctuary Cap Cana The Fortress Terrace, a popular reception spot, fits up to 100 people; it'll cost you $500 to make an event here private. The wide, white-sand beach that gently slopes to the ocean is among the D.R.'s best, but ceremonies here aren't private (as is the case at most Dominican resorts). The large, lagoon-shaped infinity pool overlooks the beach and has some of the cleanest water we've seen in the D.R. This quiet, adult-only resort offers standard wedding package fare, but with fewer options (though less hassle) than some of its neighbors. Read more about weddings at Catalonia Royal Bavaro The Alegria spa offers couples massages and bridal treatments, as well as regular massages, facials, and hair, nail, and makeup treatments. Most newlyweds stay in a Junior Suite or an Oceanfront Suite, which have large, two-person Jacuzzi tubs decorated with towel swans and flower petals. The pool is centrally located on the hotel grounds, but it still feels private. These eco-friendly bungalows offer intimate, low-key weddings on a beautiful beach with delicious food. Read more about weddings at Natura Cabanas Natura restaurant, the reception location, is open to other guests if you don't book all 11 rooms. You can choose between a Dominican buffet ($35 per person) or an international buffet ($45 per person). With no crowds, plenty of chairs, clear water, and soft sand, this is the best beach on the north coast -- and a lovely spot to get married. Natura Cabanas consists of just 11 stone-walled, thatched-roof bungalows. In keeping with the eco-sensitive theme, most of the furniture was constructed from the bamboo and coco palm trees that were cleared to construct the property. All rooms come with an amazing stone bathroom. But, be warned, noises 'will' carry to the bedroom. The stylish, luxurious Casa Colonial has delicious food and top-tier service, but the beach is less than exclusive and the prices for food and drinks are especially steep. Read more about weddings at Casa Colonial The hotel's infinity pool sits on the roof and is open 24 hours, so lovebirds can go swimming at night. Manis/pedis, massages, hair styling, facials, body wraps, and makeup is all available at the on-site Bagua Spa and Salon, a large, airy, modern facility. The cocktail hour is held at The Veranda Restaurant. The rooms at Casa Colonial are easily some of the best and most luxurious in the Dominican Republic, with Caribbean-chic decor (a sisal rug, a plush white linen loveseat and wingback chair, modern artwork, and a mahogany four-post bed topped with Frette sateen linens) and beautiful marble bathrooms. The beautiful restaurants and outdoor spaces make this a picturesque place to tie the knot, and the package options are easy and plentiful. Read more about weddings at Melia Caribe Tropical Ceremonies in the White Garden Gazebo don't cost extra, but ceremonies take place in full view of other guests -- as they do at all of the resort's ceremony locations. The spa offers bridal hair and makeup for $150, just hair for $45, and a mani/pedi for $100. Most newlyweds stay in a Honeymoon Deluxe Junior Suite or a Royal Service Master Suite (both have a private balcony and a Jacuzzi).
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