When you start with a beautiful beach, everything else is a Breeze. Fronting a wonderful stretch of Nassau's world-famous Cable Beach, this lively resort appeals to active travelers, couples and families with kids ages 14 years and older with Super-Inclusive® restaurants, bars and entertainment; an exciting rock climbing wall; convenient bicycle rentals; an upbeat disco and pristine views of white-sand beach and sparkling blue water stretching as far as the eye can see.

***Important Information for our Guests***
Please be aware that there is a minimum age requirement of 14 years old for guests staying at this resort.

Location

Nassau - Beach
Nassau, Bahamas - Nassau International Airport (NA : 5 miles

Property Information

Year Built: 1970
Last Renovation: 2007
Floors: 8
Total rooms: 451

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Resort Details

Amenities

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Activities

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General Policies & Fine Print

Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Minimum Check-In Age: 21
General Policies:

Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.

Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.

Hotel Spring Break Policy - This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.

Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.

General Information - Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.

Pet Policy Pets Not Allowed

Customer Ratings & Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    The best entertainment staff!

    First, let me say that Breezes is not a high end resort. I have mixed reviews about this resort, but overall would go back again. So, let me start. When we booked, we requested 2 beds/room and rooms close together. When we checked in, we had one room on the 1st floor (with a pool view)and one on the 8th floor (ocean and pool view). Okay, so not close together, we can live with that. Get to our room only to find out only 1 bed. Text the friends and they also only have one bed. Go back down to front desk and Diego says he will get another bed moved in. By the time we get back to the room, there is another bed moved in…….., we’ll sort of. They moved a cot in. We’re not going to let this ruin our trip, so my friend tried the cot the first night and it was so uncomfortable she could hardly move the next day, so we made the decision we would just share a bed. As it turned out, the other room on the first floor was very handy for bathroom use, etc. Second issue in the room on 8th floor was no safe. Front desk said they would do something about it, but never did. Again, not going to let this ruin our trip, so we just used the safe of our friends on the 1st floor. Also of note, if you want a coffee maker in your room, you have to request one. As for the rest of the resort, it is quite dated but sufficient. The restaurants are okay, but not outstanding. The beach and pool are great. For the most part, there were lots of lounge chairs and you can get umbrellas on the beach. What made me give this resort 4 stars was the entertainment staff. They were outstanding and made our vacation so much fun. Activities on the beach/pool pretty much all afternoon and for every age. Big shout out to Kenice, Jason, Rashon and Rashea. Never a shortage of laughs with them. You guys rock! Aaron and Lamorn at the pool bar were also outstanding and made some very delicious drinks. So, overall, this resort is older and dated, but has many great things about it. If you’re going expecting a high end resort, you will be disappointed, so remember, you get what you pay for. If you want high end and are willing to fork out big bucks, go stay at Atlantis or BahaMar.

    Jan 29, 2023
  • 2.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Wouldn’t stay here again

    I’ve traveled all over and have always enjoyed the Bahamas. But I would not stay at this hotel again. The bartenders and pool ppl are nice. But the food is horrible, service is so slow, and the place is out dated. Was looking for a wedding venue and this def isn’t the one.

    Jan 29, 2023
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    An oldie but a goodie

    It would have been nice to have a heated pool and a fridge in the room. The staff is was makes this place rock , they get everyone involved with the activities and make sure everyone is having a good time. The food was good,a great variety and helpful staff making sure your drinks are topped up and have everything you need in every department.

    Jan 28, 2023
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Very friendly resort

    The staff made the trip. Only complaints are the cold pool and no room fridge. Rashea was amazing and she definitely kept us well entertained. Beautiful beach and warm wonderful people. The food selection was excellent.

    Jan 27, 2023
  • 2.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Lacking a lot of things an All Inclusive should have in 2023

    Ultimately the property was not deplorable. The rooms are clean, their housekeeping cleaned our room every day, pools were generally open and bars and dining were acceptable. The opportunity here, and reason for my rating, is this property was built in 1995 and there is no question when you get there that it was built in 1995. A lot of stuff is really outdated, and in my opinion they are not prioritizing what is important for guests. Some examples: - Maxwell house coffee bulk made in a machine. Who in their right mind would not have a coffee bar or something in 2023 in a all inclusive resort. Even if that is not included it should be available or purchasable as an upgrade (like a cruise ship would do) - Only one restaurant is open per night and the maximum capacity I saw was 74 people. 2 of them seat in 2 shifts 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm and you can't make reservations unless you a party of 6, but if your a really big party (we had 19) they can't accommodate you. So one night my wife and I got in line for the one open restaurant at 5:40 pm but were not sated until the 7:30 pm shift. In short, unless you eat the buffet (more on this later) they do not have capacity at restaurants to feed all guests and you may not no that until 7:30 PM - There are 2 bars which overlap very little. One at the pool and one in the lobby. Lobby is open at night, pool is during the day. The lines can get a bit long. It's just two few of bars at an all inclusive. Most all inclusive places I have stayed at you are never a stones throw away from a bar unless you are in your room. And I don't drink an this bothered me. - They make the traditional mistake badly operated bars make. They serve you in these little cups (in this case to save money.) In a bar business a similar mistake is typically made by thinking you will buy more if their drinks are strong. What happens is you get a 6-8oz cup at Breeze's where 1.5 oz of that at minimum are alcohol and the rest is mixer making it a very strong not so good tasting drink that your probably end up drinking less of. People want good tasting drinks, not drinks that are strong, if you want a strong drink you could just order the liquor straight up. - Another comment that I frequently see these resorts making. The country has rum distilleries. One of the most prominent drinks made with rum in a tropical location is the Mojito. Fresh mint must be in stock. This place used a mint syrup. Again, I don't drink, but it looked horrible. Worst part is my experience is that there is mint on the property it's just not a quick drink to make because of the prep process, but serving something that isn't even close isn't an alternative. All resorts in the Caribbean should have fresh mint in stock and bartenders that will make a Mojito. If you advertise rum distilleries as an option for an excursion it seems like common sense to have one of the most popular tropical rum drinks be made to perfection. - A specific example of the priorities being out of sorts... On the 2nd to last day there was a man power washing the wall between the pool and the beach. In my opinion if there was nothing else to do, then yes you do that instead of paying the guy to do no work. That said the entire week I was there multiple beverages ran out and were not promptly replaced. The had Orange Fanta at each fountain drink location and were out the whole week, one night they ran out of rootbeer at all beverage stations. Under my leadership nobody would have been power washing if people were going to drink stations and the syrup was out. - The buffet is terrible. It's really the only place you can be assured you are going to get to eat on property. The food, however, is bulk cafeteria style food and that's a stretch. It made a cruise ship buffet seem like a Michelin Star Restaurant, and for those who have been on a cruise they know how very basic cruise ship buffets are. Everything was over cooked, cut wrong, it was just really bad. If they have a head chef on that property he should be replaced no competent Chef would let any food served in Breeze's go to a table. I really am not a picky eater, I am stating waiting in line for a mediocre meal which any former guest will likely tell you, or going to that buffet to eat what might as well been the leftovers not served the prior day in the restaurants will not attract me or anybody else back. On top of that Baha Mar is open right next door in walking distance. Now not that people are going to go pay $1000+ a night there instead of the more economical breezes. The cost of customer acquisition outweighs repeat guests by a high multiple. One stay at Breezes and I'm sure you would agree that you would seek an alternate property. Being next to a resort with the class of Baha Mar should be inspiring them to cost effectively raise the bar on their amenities. In my opinion this is a distressed business with potential, so if the owners are checked out then give me a call and let's structure a deal to get venture capital to do some tactical things to make this property a winner and get at least one of your guests to be a repeater and an ambassador of your product instead of someone like me who looks at you as an opportunity for some distressed private equity company opportunity which I wouldn't step foot in again unless my name was on the deed to make significant changes.

    Jan 27, 2023
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