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Andréa & Alex

Together, with their families,

invite you to the celebration of their marriage.

March 11, 2025

Ceremony & Reception
Details TBA


Your Travel Plans

Your travel arrangements have been secured with the help of
Lisanne at Just Say Yes! Destinations.

A group package is being reserved especially for you. Reserving your stay within the package means you take advantage of discounted group pricing and added concessions!

March 9, 2025 to March 16, 2025

Roundtrip flights with Transat Vacations:
Departing March 9, 2025 from Toronto (YYZ) at 7:10am,
arriving in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP) at 11:20am.
Returning March 16, 2025 at 12:40pm from POP, 
arriving in YYZ at 5:05pm. 

Roundtrip airport/hotel transfers in Puerto Plata

Senator Puerto Plata Spa Resort



The Senator Puerto Plata Spa Resort is directly located on a golden sand beach, surrounded by a beautiful and lush mountain range. A true haven of peace, this premium all-inclusive resort facing the bay of Maimón will blow your mind. Whether it’s by one of the huge central pools, on the palm-covered beach or in one of the cool whirlpools, you’ll have more than enough time to relax in the sun and refresh!

Don’t miss out on a massage right on the beach, with the sound of the waves soothing you into a profound state of well-being. From the viewpoint, the panoramic view of the Caribbean Sea and the mountains will amaze you. Moreover, a short walk along the coastal promenade is all it takes to reach Amber Cove Cruise Port, home to several boutiques and restaurants. Within walking distance on the beach, you will find the Playabachata Resort and its facilities to which you will have full access.

The Senator Puerto Plata Spa Resort offers a gourmet dining experience with its à la carte restaurants. Indulge in the Japanese restaurant’s sushi bar or treat yourself with a delicious fresh pasta dish at the Italian restaurant. For afternoon and late-night cravings, the pizzeria and 24-hour sports bar will meet all your needs. Let’s not forget the ice cream bar, perfect for cooling off on a sunny afternoon! At night, head to the outdoor theatre to watch a show that is one to be remembered. This hotel has all it takes to redefine your ideal Dominican Republic vacations!


  • À la carte dinners are limited to 2 times for stays of 5 to 7 nights. (Reservations required) If clients would like more than 2 times this will be subject to availability.

  • Daily activities program

  • Daily sports

  • Domestic drinks 24-hour (unlimited)

  • Mini-bar restocked daily (water, soft drinks)

  • Non-motorized water sports (select)

  • Select international brand drinks (unlimited)

  • Snacks 24-hour

  • WiFi

  • Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner (daily)

  • Jacuzzi

  • Service of a representative at destination

Choose your 7-nights all-inclusive stay in either room category:


Senator Luxury Junior Suite

1 king-size and 1 sofa bed

​Maximum 3 (2 adults max.,

1 child max.)



In-Room Safe

Flat screen satellite TV

Balcony or terrace

Bathroom with shower only

Shower : Rain


Single @ $2,755

Double @ $2,104

Child (2-11) @ $1,420


Senator Junior Suite King Bed or 2 Queens

1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds

​Maximum 4 (3 adults max.,

2 children max.)



In-Room Safe

Flat screen satellite TV

Balcony or terrace

Full bathroom (regular shower)


Single (King only) @ $2,227

Double @ $1,760

Triple (2 Queens only) @ $1,710

Child (2-11) @ $1,270

Prices are in CAD, per person and include taxes/fees of $494.20.

Alternative requests (departure airport, length of stay, room categories) available upon request. 


A limited number of seats/rooms are currently on hold
for your group at the fo
llowing rates (valid until May 19, 2024 or until full):

A non-refundable deposit of $150 per person is required at the time of booking and the final balance is due by December 15, 2024
Travel insurance is highly recommended and individual quotes can be provided. 

For any comments, questions or concerns, please contact Lisanne: 
Call/Text: 705-493-5791    Email:
Ready to reserve your spot? Complete the booking form.  

Puerto Plata Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is a must-visit vacation destination for those seeking sun, beach, and culture. And among the most popular regions of the country is Puerto Plata, a vibrant city located on the north coast of the island. With ideal weather, a strategic geographical location, and a variety of tourist activities to offer, Puerto Plata is the perfect destination for travelers seeking adventure, relaxation, or discovery.

One of the most remarkable advantages of Puerto Plata is its year-round tropical climate. With average temperatures of 28°C and constant sunshine, visitors can enjoy the beach and outdoor activities without worrying about the whims of the weather. This makes Puerto Plata particularly attractive to travelers from around the world seeking to escape the cold and snowy winters in their home countries.

But climate is not the only advantage of Puerto Plata. The city is located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, offering visitors easy access to a variety of tourist sites and outdoor activities. The mountains of the Cordillera Septentrional border the city, offering spectacular views and hiking opportunities. The white sandy beaches of the north coast are also nearby, and the city itself offers a fascinating mix of culture, history, and lively nightlife.

For history enthusiasts, Puerto Plata is a must-visit destination. The city is home to several museums and historical sites, such as the San Felipe Fortress ("Fortaleza San Felipe"), built in the 16th century to protect the city from pirate attacks. You can also visit the Amber Museum ("Museo Del Ámbar"), which houses the world's largest collection of amber, as well as the La Isabela Historical Park, which was once a Spanish colony founded in 1494.

But Puerto Plata is also an ideal place for those seeking to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the Dominican Republic. The city's beaches offer a variety of water activities, such as scuba diving, sailing, and surfing, as well as boat excursions to observe humpback whales during the breeding season. Visitors can also enjoy the lively nightlife of the city, with clubs, bars, and restaurants offering a variety of local and international dishes.

Entry and exit requirements

Every country or territory decides who can enter or exit through its borders. The Government of Canada cannot intervene on your behalf if you do not meet your destination’s entry or exit requirements.


Entry requirements vary depending on the type of passport you use for travel.

Before you travel, check with your transportation company about passport requirements. Its rules on passport validity may be more stringent than the country’s entry rules.

Regular Canadian passport

Your passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 months after the date of your arrival in the Dominican Republic.

Passport with “X” gender identifier

While the Government of Canada issues passports with an “X” gender identifier, it cannot guarantee your entry or transit through other countries. You might face entry restrictions in countries that do not recognize the “X” gender identifier. Before you leave, check with the closest foreign representative for your destination.


Tourist visa: not required for up to 30 days

Other entry requirements

Customs officials may ask you to show them a return or onward ticket.

Electronic ticket for entry and exit

You must complete an electronic form to enter and exit the country in order to share information about your health and your stay with local authorities.

You must fill this form before boarding your flight to the Dominican Republic. This electronic form doesn’t replace the Tourist card.

Electronic ticket for entry and exit – Government of the Dominican Republic


Tourist card

As a tourist, you must obtain a tourist card to enter the Dominican Republic. It is included in all air tickets issued outside the country.


Immigration officials may conduct random ID checks.

You must carry photo identification and a copy of your entry stamp with you at all times.

  • Keep a photocopy of your passport in a safe place, in case it’s lost or confiscated

  • Cooperate with authorities if they question you



As a foreign national, you will be required to provide biometrics to enter the Dominican Republic. For instance, authorities will take your fingerprints and a photograph.

Drug screening

The Dominican Republic is actively working to fight drug trafficking.

You may be subjected to drug screening measures by authorities upon departure from the country. They may search your luggage and ask you to sign a form, in Spanish, stating that the search was performed within procedural requirements.

In some cases, they may ask you to undergo an X-ray.

Border closure with Haiti

On October 30, 2023, the Government of the Dominican Republic reopened its air border with Haiti. Land and sea borders with Haiti remain closed to travellers.

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