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Special Offers

Now Resorts & Spas is happy to offer a special 10% discount to US Military Personnel, AARP Members and AAA Members! Please use the links below to book your discounted stay! We are looking forward to your visit!

 
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Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions

A special discount of 10% will apply to Best Available Rate at the time of booking. Each US Military Personnel, AARP Member and AAA Member can receive one discounted room. Additional rooms may not be reserved with the discount.

A valid military ID or membership card must be presented at the time of check-in to guarantee the discount. If a card is not presented, guests will be responsible for the non-discounted rate. Discounted rates are subject to availability and holiday restrictions may apply. The discounts may be removed at any time and may be limited by room category.

Valid on hotel-only reservations.

Triple Play

A luxurious vacation with delectable dining, unlimited drinks, and so much more is waiting for you in paradise. Escape this winter with up to 50% off. Book now through December 21, 2016 for travel now through April 30, 2017 for incredible

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Mayan Ceremony

For your momentous event, incorporate the spiritual and cultural aspect of a Mayan Wedding Ceremony. This ancient tradition incorporates the blessings of the wedding guests as well and offers a unique moment that few have the opportunity to create. This experience can be added to any wedding package or as a standalone ceremony.

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Kids Stay Free

Up to two kids stay, play and eat free at Now Resorts &

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Save Your Date

Save Your Date and receive a complimentary cocktail party! Includes a private bartender and hors d’oeuvres for up to 50 guests when you book your destination wedding a year or more in advance at select

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Early Bird Savings

The earlier you book, the more you save! Get up to 55% off when you reserve your Unlimited-Luxury® stay. See Terms & Conditions for details.

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Unlimited-Luxury® Inclusions

  • Spacious suites, graciously appointed and luxuriously equipped
  • Limitless access to gourmet à la carte dining options without reservations required
  • Unlimited international & domestic top-shelf spirits
  • Unlimited natural fruit juices and soft drinks
  • 24-hour room & concierge service
  • Pool and beach wait service
  • Daily refreshed mini-bar with soft drinks, juice, bottled water & beer
  • Daily maid service
  • Endless daytime activities and nightly entertainment
  • Theme parties, oceanfront bars and entertainment venues
  • No wristbands required
  • All taxes and gratuities included
  • Explorer’s Club for Kids with supervised day and evening activities
  • Core Zone Teens Club and teen’s activities

Preferred Club Privileges

  • Personalized check-in and checkout with concierge service
  • Preferred status and amenities
  • Private Preferred Club Lounge serving daily continental breakfast, afternoon hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, exquisite desserts and fine liquors
  • Access to two exclusive Preferred Club pools with concierge and bar service
  • Complimentary iPad access in lounge
  • Two bars and one restaurant for Preferred Club guests only
  • Hydro-tub
  • Upgraded mini-bar service and room service menu
  • Upgraded luxury bath amenities
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in room or suite
  • Pillow menu
  • Complimentary newspaper in suite daily (English and Spanish)

Documentation Required By The Dominican Law In Order To Be Legally Married In The Dominican Republic

  • Birth Certificate of Bride and Groom or certified copy of Birth certificate. If parents’ names are not shown on the certificates, please indicate them separately.
  • Notarized Declaration of Single status for the Bride and Groom. If previously married, submit two copies of the Divorce Decree or Death Certificate. There is a mandatory waiting period for women, 10 months before they are legally allowed to remarry.
  • A photocopy of Bride and Groom’s Passport (or documents used to enter the DR).
  • Photocopies of all Witnesses Passports. Cannot be family members. If necessary, resort will provide witnesses.
  • Bride & Groom must be in the country 3 business days prior to the wedding. Symbolic and non-legal ceremonies allow flexibility for arrival date. Please speak with the wedding coordinator to discuss requirements.

Please note: The Dominican Republic is now a member of the La Hague Convention, please have your official documents apostilled by your Secretary of State Office.

You can Also contact “Vitalcheck.com” to request apostilled Documents. All documents must be translated and legalized by the Dominican Consulate prior to arriving in the Dominican Republic, except for the Passports. The documents should be legalized by the Dominican Consulate no more than 3 months prior to the wedding date. It is the couple’s responsibility to have all the documentation ready prior to the wedding. The Judge is an outside service provided by the Dominican Government. We cannot be held responsible for any delay or alteration. The Judge will duly register your Wedding Certificate at the Central Civil Board and legalize it with the Foreign Affairs Department of the Dominican Republic. We will then send the Wedding Certificate to the couple via mail which may take up to 10-12 weeks.

The Civil Wedding is celebrated in Spanish. If necessary, the resort will provide English, French or German translators.

Unlimited-Luxury® Inclusions

  • Spacious suites, graciously appointed and luxuriously equipped
  • Limitless access to gourmet à la carte dining options without reservations required
  • Unlimited international & domestic top-shelf spirits
  • Unlimited natural fruit juices and soft drinks
  • 24-hour room & concierge service
  • Pool and beach wait service
  • Daily refreshed mini-bar with soft drinks, juice, bottled water & beer
  • Daily maid service
  • Endless daytime activities and nightly entertainment
  • Theme parties, oceanfront bars and entertainment venues
  • No wristbands required
  • All taxes and gratuities included
  • Explorer’s Club for Kids with supervised day and evening activities
  • Core Zone Teens Club and teen’s activities

Preferred Club Privileges

  • Personalized check-in and checkout with concierge service
  • Preferred status and amenities
  • Private Preferred Club Lounge serving daily continental breakfast, afternoon hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, exquisite desserts and fine liquors
  • Access to two exclusive Preferred Club pools (one for adults only) with concierge and bar service
  • Two bars and one restaurant (for breakfast & lunch) for Preferred Club guests only
  • Upgraded mini-bar service and room service menu
  • Upgraded luxury bath amenities
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in room or suite
  • Pillow menu
  • Complimentary newspaper in suite daily (English and Spanish)

Documentation Required By The Dominican Law In Order To Be Legally Married In The Dominican Republic

  • Birth Certificate of Bride and Groom or certified copy of Birth certificate. If parents’ names are not shown on the certificates, please indicate them separately.
  • Notarized Declaration of Single status for the Bride and Groom. If previously married, submit two copies of the Divorce Decree or Death Certificate. There is a mandatory waiting period for women, 10 months before they are legally allowed to remarry.
  • A photocopy of Bride and Groom’s Passport (or documents used to enter the DR).
  • Photocopies of all Witnesses Passports. Cannot be family members. If necessary, resort will provide witnesses.
  • Bride & Groom must be in the country 3 business days prior to the wedding. Symbolic and non-legal ceremonies allow flexibility for arrival date. Please speak with the wedding coordinator to discuss requirements.

Please note: The Dominican Republic is now a member of the La Hague Convention, please have your official documents apostilled by your Secretary of State Office.

You can Also contact “Vitalcheck.com” to request apostilled Documents. All documents must be translated and legalized by the Dominican Consulate prior to arriving in the Dominican Republic, except for the Passports. The documents should be legalized by the Dominican Consulate no more than 3 months prior to the wedding date. It is the couple’s responsibility to have all the documentation ready prior to the wedding. The Judge is an outside service provided by the Dominican Government. We cannot be held responsible for any delay or alteration. The Judge will duly register your Wedding Certificate at the Central Civil Board and legalize it with the Foreign Affairs Department of the Dominican Republic. We will then send the Wedding Certificate to the couple via mail which may take up to 10-12 weeks.

The Civil Wedding is celebrated in Spanish. If necessary, Now Onyx Punta Cana will provide English, French or German translators without
an additional charge.