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Zoetry Agua Punta Cana

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#11 GoobySmack

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    Posted 21 April 2010 - 09:06 AM

    Has anyone gotten any more info on the Zoetry Aguan PC since this thread started? It is at the top of our list...has gotten great reviews on TripAdvisor...looks beautiful. It would be great if anyone any insight regarding weddings there. We emailed them on Sunday and have gotten no response...will try calling this afternoon. Any insight would be great!


    #12 alundy

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      Posted 18 October 2010 - 05:37 AM

      I am also considering this resort, it looks beautiful and I like the fact that it seems a little "different" and smaller than the big name places. Has anyone been there?

      #13 winniethepiglet

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        Posted 21 June 2011 - 02:56 PM

        I just found this thread so I hope there are some other Zoetry Brides out there! I'm super excited about this resort. It is a little more expensive than some of the other resorts but my fiance and I really wanted a smaller, intimate resort. The wedding coordinator is Susana and she's very good so far. I'm just stressing over decorations. I know what I like, but I like so much, lol.

        #14 mel72683

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          Posted 04 August 2011 - 11:09 AM

          So we are getting married at Dreams but Honeymooning at Zoetry.  We have been so wrapped up with the wedding haven't paid that much attention to the Honeymoon part ;).  But I must say we absolutely love how secluded Zoetry looks. 

          But I know nothing about this place.  What is there to do, whats good to eat?

          #15 Mufin1785

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            Posted 22 November 2011 - 06:58 PM

            We just booked Zoetry for Our Honeymoon in 2013.  I would love to hear about past experiences.  

            #16 mel72683

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              Posted 23 November 2011 - 11:43 AM

              Mufin - Zoetry is abolutely gorgeous.  I think there were a total of 31 guest when we stayed there.  Big resort and very relaxing.  The rooms are also great :)



              #17 winniethepiglet

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                Posted 20 December 2011 - 10:32 PM

                Hi Ladies,


                I know there are very few Zoetry reviews on here so I wanted to stop in and give a recap of my recent wedding at Zoetry. I only had my ceremony at Zoetry and I had my reception at Kukua Beach Club. Zoetry is a beautiful resort. The grounds are impeccable. We were given a complimentary upgrade to a caribe suite with a private plunge pool upon check-in which was a very pleasant surprise. Everything at Zoetry is top notch, from the food to the staff to the accomodations. Even the standard rooms at Zoetry are first-rate.  Susana and Julissa met with us immediately upon arrival and finalized plans. We decided to have a welcome dinner and just asked them to make us a reservation at one of the restaurants. Well instead, they arranged for us to have use of the Indigo restaurant so that we could have a private 5 course dinner including signature cocktails.


                The day of the wedding, the wedding coordinators decorated the gazebo (which is really, really pretty and looks just like the pictures in the brochure). I ordered four flower arrangements from Zoetry and used chair sashes and petal cones that I brought from home. I went with the Tiffany chairs but the regular ones would have been just fine. They also sprinkled the petals on the walkway.  Susana took care of booking all of my appointments. The spa at Zoetry is really good and everyone who works there is certified. 


                The only snafu on my wedding day was Pastor Rick York...he showed up two hours late!! My photographer (HDC Photography) was having a fit because the sun was setting. So fortunately my uncle is a minister and he stepped up and saved the day!  Pastor York showed up right after we completed the ceremony. He apparently had a lot of other weddings and some difficulty with traffic. Immediately after the ceremony, champagne with strawberries and tres leche cake was set up for the guests, while we took pictures on the beach. I had instructed Susana to go ahead and serve the guests while we took our pictures. However, Pastor York wanted to bless the cake since he wasn't able to perform the ceremony so everyone waited until we finished with the photos. I appreciated the gesture, but I was upset because the guests didn't have a chance to enjoy the champagne and cake because we had to go to the reception. Susana was a dear and made sure that the cake was served to everyone the next day for dessert.


                My reception at Kukua Beach Club was awesome! The wedding coordinator Bego did an amazing job! Our guests danced all night long! Our photographer even stayed late to get more pictures since our time had been cut into by the snafu with the ceremony. We didnt realize that he was bringing an assistant (we'd only arranged for one vendor meal) but Kukua fed the assistant for free for which I was very grateful. Kukua has a thread so I'll post more details over there.


                My guests all enjoyed Zoetry and my wedding immensely. Zoetry is a little more expensive than some of the other resorts but trust me, it's worth it. We've decided to go back for our anniversary. Zoetry has some really great all-inclusive wedding packages for 2012 which will make it much more affordable.

                #18 annichou

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                  Posted 03 January 2012 - 08:35 AM

                  Congratulations on your wedding!


                  Sounds like it was great fun in all. I was just curious to know why you didn't have the reception and party at the hotel itself?



                  #19 annichou

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                    Posted 03 January 2012 - 09:11 AM



                    i'm curious as to know why you chose not to have your reception at the hotel?


                    And also, how was the nightlife in general at the hotel? (ex. were there live bands performing? was the disco good? was there a good ambience in the lobby at night?...)


                    Thanks and congrats for your wedding!


                    #20 winniethepiglet

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                      Posted 03 January 2012 - 10:37 PM

                      Hi Annichou,


                      At the time I reserved my wedding at Zoetry, they didn't offer an all-inclusive package, so it would have been more expensive to have my reception on property. Plus, we thought it was a nice touch to take our guests somewhere different.  My reception at Kukua rocked and I wouldn't have changed a thing. However, judging from the job that Zoetry did on my impromptu spontaneous welcome dinner, I'm sure that a reception at Zoetry would have been amazing. There new all-inclusive packages are really affordable considering the quality that they provide.  You cannot go wrong with Zoetry..


                      Regarding the nightlife, Zoetry is a "zen" brand, so there is no nightclub. The lobby bar is where most people congregate at night. Kenny is the best bartender ever! They do have special dinners and events going on but these are low key. They do have a shuttle however, that will take you to the Dreams resort if you want to watch shows, go to a casino, etc.( Zoetry guests can go to Dreams but Dreams guests cannot go to Zoetry)  I never missed the "entertainment" and spent most of the time hanging out with my guests.

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