Debra Catania | Catania Hospitality Group

Destination weddings, while fun and romantic, can also be a lot of work. There are so many different components: securing accommodations for guests; finding a rehearsal dinner space; a spa for hair, make-up and nails; and, of course, the venue for the party­­—all of which can be coordinated with professional expertise by the Catania Hospitality Group.

Planning the Perfect Wedding

With 40 years experience in the hospitality industry, this family-owned hotel and restaurant group offers three properties, each with its own unique attributes, to accommodate your guests in total comfort and make your big day everything you ever imagined. The John Carver Inn & Spa in Plymouth, Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis and the Dan’l Webster Inn & Spa in Sandwich present you with a choice of location, size and atmosphere.

“We are not flagship hotels, so when you stay with us, you are surrounded by the romantic style of New England and Cape Cod. Our amenities are unique to our properties and our amazing food is prepared by a local, award-winning chef,” says vice president Debra Catania.

Booking your wedding with the Catania Hospitality Group means getting the assistance, attention, and personalization your wedding deserves. One contact person helps you coordinate it all. “Wedding planners are important. They see to it that all details are thought out—how the reception is going to look, the menu and the accommodations,” says Catania. “We do not want to do cookie-cutter weddings for our brides.”

A highlight at each hotel is the convenience of an on-premises Beach Plum Spa, which offers a full range of treatments provided by professional staff.  “Our brides will come to us months before the wedding for painless hair removal, skin-firming laser treatments, peels and results-oriented facials,” says Deb. “The day before, they often bring their attendants to de-stress with relaxing massages. So when the wedding finally arrives, everyone is ready for an exceptional day.”

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