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Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Convenient to casino next door & to city bus stop. Very friendly staff & good music &dancing every evening. Food was good with variety for all.

We really enjoyed our stay. We all really enjoyed the pool and beach. There was plenty of choices for meals and drinks. The activity staff and entertainment was great. All around nice people. The hotel rooms could be updated but were comfortable.

Good Value, very clean and staff was very helpful.

nice beach, good food, all the drinks you want and in walking distance to casino

The staff is completely amazing at Breezes. I loved my stay there based off the people however I found my room to be dirty and uncomftable. I wouldn't blame the cleaning staff because of the dirty room. There is only so much you can clean on a room that needs a complete updating

Had a great time at Breezes. Great food, beautiful beach. Bars/restaurants all easily accessible. Very friendly staff everywhere. Would definitely consider going back. The only downside was that the water sports (paddle boarding, kayaking, ect) were closed the entire time we were there due to weather/waves. I understand this isn't anyone's fault, but I don't think it was clear to me that the water sports were weather dependent. The waves were not that big, we weren't taking major hurricane or anything.

Great beach with clear water. Good pool, bar and seating area. Food is O.K. The best part of this resort is the entertainers and food and bar servers, who always make you feel at home.

Boring and uninviting staff Entertainment was not lively Food was mediocre

The hotel is a bit worn down, but the customer service makes up for it. The food was great and the staff friendly and helpful. Access to the beach awesome. Hotel is right on the beach. The resort is smaller and therefore you really get to meet a lot of people and develop relationships. Disadvantages: ocean view room - questionable. No fridge in room. No coffee maker in room. No balcony to enjoy the view or chill in the morning.

My trip was great. The hotel staff was amazing. Get a cabana on the beach...it’s the only way to go!

-A/C did not work for two days for the entire complex, AND we were never informed during our check in processes. When discussing this matter with the front desk, they finally admitted that it had been out since Saturday October 7th. However, we met SEVERAL people that said they had been without A/C since Thursday, October 5th. So what is the truth here, I am leaning on the side of the guests. -The rooms where so hot for those days it was unbearable, we were forced to sleep with our doors open at night trying to get a cross breeze (and those were the lucky ones, SEVERAL persons in our group didn’t even have a breeze at all in their rooms, and were forced to take showers through the night to try and get some sort of reprieve from the stifling heat.) -The room was supposed to be stock with water. The girl showed up the day we checked in and that was it. We had to purchase our own bottled water the entire stay. -The staff was completely unfriendly towards us, Acting as it was a chore to serve us. -ALL bar areas were disgusting and the dirty tap smell was repulsive. But the staff behind the pool bar were completely the worst. This of course being we were there for most of the days, they were continually rude and miserable throughout. -The all-inclusive “resort “ ran out of beer 3 times during our stay, one time at 5 pm!! -This is not a 24/7 resort. The website is very deceiving. It neglects to say only one restaurant is open per night, and they fill up fast,

Great staff, horrible same food daily, outdated resort. Not even pen and paper in rooms. Cheap liquor, little selection. Great beach but you get what you pay for. I'd be hesitant to return.

If you choose this hotel for the beach be aware that 80 percent of the beach are taken by paid cabanas ($50 per day). Limited shaded space for guests. Food in buffets very average, juices undrinkable, sort of flavored acid, bread always stale. Food in restaurants for dinner decent. There is no fridge or coffee in rooms, no water provided also, of you want bottled water it is $2.5 or $5 per bottle depending on size. Certainly not good value for the money we paid.

Got here on a Sunday for a 5 day stay. Check in was fine. Employees all very friendly and accommodating. This good attitude carried through the entertainment and bartending staff. No complaints. Food was marginal at best. Buffet was pretty typical with many repeat items over 5 days. The menus at the restaurants were very limited...4-5 entrees, 2 appetizers, and 2 desserts. Small portions, but reasonable. When you ask for something, be prepared to ask twice more. Nothing happens fast, and the staff seems to get sidetracked easily. Glasses are tiny, and don't expect immediate refills on drinks. Also, they hate spoons here for some reason. None of the place settings had them. No way to stir coffee, iced tea, etc. Entertainment was fine. Pool was a bit dirty, even though this was "low season". Beach front was great. Activities were fine. I'm writing this review waiting for hurricane Irma to pass. Couldn't get out yesterday as planned, since the airport closed. We go to ask what the plan is, and they were going to charge us at the same rate we paid for our package. Fair enough, but their plan was to move us to the Ballroom, where we were all going to sleep inches from each other on mattresses placed on the floor. Same price. No alcohol. One guest packed up and was getting ready to leave, and they let him. He changed his mind, but wow. Not how you handle that. Many people were unhappy with it, and they didn't relent. Can't wait to get out and not come back.

My wife and rest of my family enjoy the hotel. very good everything.

Very nice people here when you arrive. The bar tenders will ignore you at the pool side, but they make sure they serve the locals very well, also they let cruse liners have day passes as well as the locals on Friday. don't leave your lounge unattended or your stuff will be pushed aside and taken over by the day passers. The hotel was an old 80 yr old Mansion and 20 yrs ago they put 2 wing on each side leading out to the water and have not done any updates to it as of now, it's very dated!!!!!! don't waist your money here just because it says all inclusive you can go next door to Bah Ha Mar for the same price and you get top shelf alcohol FREE while you gamble, food is a little high but you have 9 pools to choose from. COMPARE THIS BEFORE YOU COMMIT TO THE BREEZE.

Fabulous entertainment , awesome funky D and musical orchestra, kind and professional service, food excellent. Special thanks to RAS and Ravonnica. Thje BREEZES RESORT IS LIKE PARADISE. Will be back third time around. LOVE! LOVE IT!

The hotel is very dated. For an all inclusive the options seemed limited. we had to wait to get food before leaving for the airport. wr should be able to get food around the clock. not here. I had a few staff members that were not pleasant at all while others were extremely friendly and helpful.

A pretty good resort hotel with a nice beach. Entertainment each night was very good, if a bit loud. Staff very friendly and attentive to guests' needs. When we arrived there was a problem with the shower but it was fixed within minutes. There are four pool tables and two ping pong tables. Food was plentiful and tasty, with a lot of variety. Breakfast omelettes cooked right before you. Drinks on demand. Lounge seating very comfortable. You have to wear a wrist band which was not a problem. Location isolated, but plenty of taxis and city bus a block away to downtown. About 20 min taxi ride to Paradise Island, a lot longer if you want to take a ferry.

Nice staff. Shout out to Sharon and Michael, for the hospitality.

West Bay Street Nassau New Providence

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive is located within a few miles (5 km) of Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center and Haynes Oval. This 391-room, 3-star resort welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. It's on the beach and also near Junkanoo Beach and Nassau Botanical Gardens.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. This resort is home to 5 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat.


Rooms

Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive's 391 rooms are air-conditioned and provide safes, ironing boards, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive features a nightclub, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. If you drive, put free parking to good use. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this all-inclusive resort include outdoor tennis courts, free WiFi in public areas, and 5 meeting rooms.

Room options

Room, Ocean View

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 3

Room, Oceanfront

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 3

Room, Patio, Pool View

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 3

Room, Patio, Garden View

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive

Everyone (44) Couples (228) Business (3) Family (45) Friends (73) Other (26)
5

reasonable hotel with beautiful beach

Everyone

Convenient to casino next door & to city bus stop. Very friendly staff & good music &dancing every evening. Food was good with variety for all.

By , from winter in Florida on Jan 21, 2018

5

on the beach and lots of fun

Everyone

We really enjoyed our stay. We all really enjoyed the pool and beach. There was plenty of choices for meals and drinks. The activity staff and entertainment was great. All around nice people. The hotel rooms could be updated but were comfortable.

By on Jan 18, 2018

3
Everyone

Good Value, very clean and staff was very helpful.

By , from Fort Lauderdale on Jan 16, 2018

3

nice hotel on the beach

Everyone

nice beach, good food, all the drinks you want and in walking distance to casino

By , from ft lauderdale fl on Jan 9, 2018

4
Everyone

The staff is completely amazing at Breezes. I loved my stay there based off the people however I found my room to be dirty and uncomftable. I wouldn't blame the cleaning staff because of the dirty room. There is only so much you can clean on a room that needs a complete updating

By , from NJ on Jan 6, 2018

4

great value

Couples

Had a great time at Breezes. Great food, beautiful beach. Bars/restaurants all easily accessible. Very friendly staff everywhere. Would definitely consider going back. The only downside was that the water sports (paddle boarding, kayaking, ect) were closed the entire time we were there due to weather/waves. I understand this isn't anyone's fault, but I don't think it was clear to me that the water sports were weather dependent. The waves were not that big, we weren't taking major hurricane or anything.

By , from Connecticut on Dec 16, 2017

4
Couples

Great beach with clear water. Good pool, bar and seating area. Food is O.K. The best part of this resort is the entertainers and food and bar servers, who always make you feel at home.

By , from Orlando on Nov 2, 2017

2

disappointed

Everyone

Boring and uninviting staff Entertainment was not lively Food was mediocre

By , from Harlem, New York on Oct 26, 2017

4

great get away.

Everyone

The hotel is a bit worn down, but the customer service makes up for it. The food was great and the staff friendly and helpful. Access to the beach awesome. Hotel is right on the beach. The resort is smaller and therefore you really get to meet a lot of people and develop relationships. Disadvantages: ocean view room - questionable. No fridge in room. No coffee maker in room. No balcony to enjoy the view or chill in the morning.

By , from Massachusetts on Oct 21, 2017

4
Everyone

My trip was great. The hotel staff was amazing. Get a cabana on the beach...it’s the only way to go!

By , from Melvindale, Mi on Oct 21, 2017