altos de chavon / dreams la romana wedding
Posted 07 September 2008 - 05:19 PM
I just wanted to see if anyone knew anything about getting married @ altos de chavon. Now that dreams la romana is opening up, i'm considering a wedding ceremony @ altos & then beach reception @ dreams la romana. what's the distance between one & the other? Also, I'm interested in knowing more about pricing of marrying at the church there.
I've done searches & haven't seen much on altos de chavon or the romana area.. has anyone else researched this option before & can possibly share some insight?
Posted 16 September 2008 - 10:19 AM
| Originally Posted by secretsbride |
I got married at Secrets Excellence 4 years ago and my son will be married next Dec 2009 at Paradisus Punta Cana and honeymoon at Paradisus Palma Real.
I got some information for you about Altos De Chavon..
I heard the Preist was over charging and you should be careful of him.
But please call Isabel and ask her.
have you considered Paradisus, we loved it when we toured it....
MOG.....mother of groom
Thanks for this! I'm actually Dominican, so I will be able to speak to the priest in spanish.. hopefully this will help?? lol.. I hope so!
Posted 16 September 2008 - 10:25 AM
| Originally Posted by secretsbride |
oh and by the way,you are such a pretty girl. What a beautiful bride you will be
Posted 17 September 2008 - 02:20 PM
I fell in love w/ it the first time I saw it when I was about 5.
Check out this from msnbc.com
Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic
The Resort: Located on the southeastern coast near the Chavon River, this chic getaway offers guests everything from the world-famous Teeth of the Dog golf course (one of three on the property) to an upscale marina and yacht club, as well as swanky stores like Burberry and Cartier. Book your guests into luxe digs in the main hotel or upgrade to one of the private villas, owned by celebs including actor George Hamilton and slugger Sammy Sosa (he recently held his birthday bash at the property). For fun, head to Altos de Chavon, just down the street. Modeled after a 16th-century Mediterranean village, this cultural center offers great dining and shopping, plus a selection of art galleries featuring local artisans set along its winding cobblestone streets. A Grecian-style amphitheater offers world-class performances by the likes of Sting and Gloria Estefan.
Casa De Campo
The Church of St. Stanislaus at Altos de Chavon at Casa de Campo, La Romana, in the Dominican Republic feels like a romantic little chapel you would find on a forgotten street in Rome.
The Chapel: The Church of St. Stanislaus at Altos de Chavon feels like a romantic little chapel you would find on a forgotten street in Rome. Set in a beautiful courtyard with stone fountains and panoramic river views, the consecrated chapel is built of weathered stone with small ornate windows and big wooden doors, and houses some religious artifacts. (The ashes of St. Stanislaus, the patron saint of Poland, were sent by Pope John Paul II to commemorate the churchâ€™s inauguration.) Up to 65 guests can join you for a traditional Catholic wedding. Per Dominican Republic regulations, all ceremonies must be performed in Spanish, but English translators are available upon request.
That Extra Touch: Hold an outdoor candlelight reception in the village square overlooking the river, with catering done by one of the resortâ€™s five restaurants (our fave is Italian-style La Piazzetta). Rooms from $353. Chapel package from $500, not including required donation to the church.
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