Hotel Riu Palace Oasis
Opening the 8th May 2013
The stunning Hotel Riu Palace Oasis, located in Gran Canaria, Spain, is definitely an oasis of comfort, to enjoy the most exclusive service.
This luxurious resort set in a garden of palm trees and artificial lakes 65.000m2 the best service available (All Inclusive 24h) and quality to meet the needs of its customers.
What could be more memorable than a wedding in one of the most beautiful settings in the Caribbean.
Do you want to to get married here from?
General wedding policies
The couple and 80% of their guests must stay at the same Riu Hotel where the wedding will be performed. Only 20% of the total group can stay at another hotel chain.
Wedding guests who are not staying at the resort must purchase a day pass.
The bride and groom must arrive at the resort 2 full business before the ceremony date, in order to allow enough time for the final on-site arrangements. Please note that arrival date and Sundays are not considered business days.
Weddings are not performed on Sundays & Aruba national holidays.
Outside Vendors are allowed to enter the property with a vendor's fee of 200 USD.
Confirmed weddings cancelled within a month of the ceremony date or upon arrival to the hotel will be charged a cancellation fee of 250 USD.
Maximum capacity of the Riu Palace Aruba: 100 people
FOR CIVIL CEREMONIES:
- Couples must submit an "Aruba Letter of Intent" (one signed by the wife and one by the husband).
- Couple must obtain a "Letter of Non-impediment" (a document from the Government Agency from their Country that records marriages and shows the couple’s present Marital status) as proof that by their records they are both presently unmarried and are therefore free to be married to each other.
- Each person must submit a certified copy of his and her birth certificate in "long form" i.e. showing the names of their birth parents. These will be returned to you after your civil ceremony here on the island.
- An "Apostille" must be attached to the birth certificates as well as to the "Letter of Non-impediment". An "Apostille" is an official document issued by the local Secretary of States office (Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the UK) .
- If either party has been divorced they must submit a copy of the first and last page of their final divorce decree.
- If either party has been widowed, they must submit a copy of the death certificate.
- Copy of passports of the couple (photo-pages).
- Copies of the passport of the witnesses
The couple must send scanned copies of all these documents in order to be received at least one month before the marriage date.
The originals must be send three weeks before the ceremony date by FEDEX.
FOR RENEWAL OF VOWS: Couple only have to bring a photocopy of their marriage license upon arrival.
FOR RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES: Couple do not have to bring any documentation. However, once they arrive at the hotel , they would have to sign a waiver where they agree that each weddings in Aruba are not legally recognized.