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We really enjoyed our honeymoon trip here. We received a neat gift from them dislayed in the room one day when we got in. Its been a couple years since we were there but our room at that time was quite nice. Not brand new but we dont have any big complaints. The conch fritters and the sauce for them from the beach grill were AMAZING! Live entertainment evry nite which was one thing that could bug a person like us that didnt party evry nite so it could be fairly loud while trying to go to sleep. But the times we were there it was a lot of fun so cant have the best of both worlds. Overall we enjoyed it and I wouldn be afraid to go again altho there are othr places on our list to go to!
My mom,daughter and I stayed at Breezes from April 14 -April 19.We had the most amazing time there. The front desk staff was welcoming, the bell man remembered us from our stay last year. Check-in was a "breeze". Our room was located on the 8th floor and we had a lovely view of the sea. The room was clean and the beds were comfortable. We requested more pillows and we got them within 5 minutes. Now that was service! The food was delicious. Our first night we went to Munasan, the Asian themed restaurant. All of us enjoyed our meals. Breakfast was always yummy,so many choices. The fresh fruits were a delight and the ham and cheese omlettes delish. We enjoyed lunch and dinner in the main buffet most days. Again the assortment was great.We had lunch at the beach grill one day and the cheeseburgers and jerk chicken.....delicious.It was great to see so many people participating during the nightly entertainment. My daughter and I enjoyed table tennis everyday.We are going back next year as we missed out on a lot of the fun stuff like trapeze, tennis lessons,beach volleyball and much more. We attended the Carifta Swimming Championships.
My husband and I visited on our honeymoon for 11 nights during the Easter Break. It was Spring Break when we went, however this pretty much worked in our favour! Later on we found out the there are different groups of 'spring breakers' throughout the year (freshman, third years, etc) and the students that we were encountering were going up to college next year. This meant that they weren't too bad actually, there was a bit of rowdiness here and there but absolutely nothing compared to English teens! We found that for the majority of our visit it was like we had the hotel to ourselves, especially as the spring breakers were not allowed to go to the fine dining restaurants. As well as this they were only allowed to get one drink at a time at the bar and there were a couple of occasions I heard bar staff refusing to serve some of the students for either being underage or too drunk, so that was good. The hotel had put on extra security and also had a lot of bar staff on so you really didn't have to wait long for drinks. However, you do get a different experience with the spring breakers there as we discovered on our last day when hammocks were erected around the site (not there before) and the presentation of the buffet was much more artistic. Any who, here are our thoughts and experiences...Check in was very quick. The room:We were upgraded from a garden room to a pool and sea view room on the 7th floor. We requested to be placed away from the students which they did for us.the room itself was very spacious with a comfortable super king size bed, tv, blackout curtains air con and a double shower with a seat in. It was pretty much perfect for us as we're not bothered about 'dated decor'. The only negatives here were:the shower water does smell, I guess it has to be treated as the Bahamas import 90% of their food and drink. The drawers made our clothes smell musty. They didn't change our bedding until we asked.Next door kept smoking which made our room smell. However, by no means did this ruin it for us!Food and drink: Having stayed at quite a few different all inclusive hotels we were very impressed with this. The banana boat offered a good selection for Breakfast, lunch and dinner including some Bahamian cuisine to try. Although the selection was not as wide as other hotels, we felt that the quality was better for it. Garden of Eden was our favourite of the fine dining restaurants, the service was great, the setting was lovely and the food was very tasty. We went here as much as we could. The Reggae Cafe really surprised us. We only got to go once but wish we could have gone more! You got a gorgeous view of the Beach whilst chowing down on traditional Bahamian food. Again the food was lovely and the service was great. Martino's, the Italian, and Murasan, the Asian, were also worth a visit. Yummy food and kind serving staff. In regards to drink, there is a wide selection and they also offer island Bahamian specialities such as the Bahama Mama and Sky Juice. Really there isn't much they don't have! We recommend 'the Clifton' half Breezes blue, half strawberry daiquiri, with a cherry on the top. Outdoors:There is a lot on offer here although we didn't take advantage of it much. We tried to borrow snorkelling gear but were told we couldn't which was a real shame as there is A small reef near the white buoys where a turtle apparently frequents! The springbreakers had their own area of the beach where hey had a party each day. The music was loud but it was our sort of stuff so we enjoyed it! The pools were a bit dirty during the first part of our stay but got better as it went on. However, they spend a long time cleaning them in the morning shutting them off sometimes until gone 11 which was quite frustrating. When it was clean, the hot tub was our most frequented destination. The beach was gorgeous, well kept and a lot of sun beds to choose from (same to be said around the pools too). There were also quite a few mini tables which are a nice addition. There are ping pong tables outdoors to play on (as well as some more indoors). The Bahamas is subject to trade winds and therefore is quite a windy place which you will be very grateful for on clear days! This meant that the red flag was flying every day for our stay but we still swam in the sea, it was cooler than other Caribbean islands we have been too but refreshing. There was quite a lot of seaweed but the staff cleared this thorough out our stay. Travel: The bell boys are very helpful at sorting you a taxi if required. However we got the bus as it was only $1.25 each per journey. This takes you to downtown Nassau (10 or 12) or the airport way (12).If you are wanting to do some island hopping we suggest flying as we didn't get to go to do our pre-booked boat trip to Exuma due to the rough seas. Staff:Staff were friendly and helpful. We were particularly impressed with Clifton from the garden of Eden. Lakesha (apologies about the spelling) was also really lovely and approachable. Darnett (again, sorry if the spelling is wrong) at the travel desk was very helpful and tried her best to get us to swim with the pigs, unfortunately this did not pay off and when were cancelled on at the last minute she made sure we got our money back and got us into the trip to arise island. A very enjoyable day indeed! All in all, it's not perfect but it worked for us and we loved it!
The purpose of my stay was for the Carifta Swimming Apr 15-19 2017. I had stayed there prior in Jun 2016. I must say that on both occasions i found the management and staff very accommodating, you could see that there intent was to ensure that your stay was a plesant one. Great rooms/ Great food/Great family environment. I would highly recommed this resort. Thank you Breezes
Breezes resort in Nassau Day PassFirst I will say the resort was clean, the people were friendly and the food was good as long as ate indoors. What I did not know is that there were 1700 spring break kids there. Smoking, drinking cursing and this would be good if it was just for kids. However there are adults there too. They could have easily made a section just for the adults and they didnt. I couldnt access the bar or food area outside at all. After about hours my wife and I moved to the furthest end of the beach to get away from the crowd. I have nothing against having fun but would have liked to see some organization from the resort as they knew how many people they were having. I could imagine it being a 5 star if it was any other time having families staying there.
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- Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
- A la carte dining w/reservations
- Unlimited Domestic beer & premium brand drinks
- Introductory scuba diving lesson in pool
- All sports include equipment & full instruction
- Day & night tennis
- Use of bicycles
- Jogging trail
- Pool volleyball
- Rock-climbing wall
- Circus school w/flying trapeze & trampoline clinic
- Daily activities
- Nightly entertainment
- Theme nights & karaoke
- 400 rooms
- Buffet restaurant
- 2 a la carte restaurants, dress code & reservations required
- Bars including Piano bar
- Pool & jacuzzi
- Tennis courts
- Basketball court
- Rock climbing wall
- Fitness centre
- Jogging trail
- Indoor games room
- Circus school w/flying trapeze & trampoline clinics
- Casino within walking distance
- Free WiFi
Gardenview Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 double beds
- Satellite TV
- CD player/radio
- WiFi internet
- Coffee/tea maker
- In-room safe
- Iron & ironing board
- Full bathroom
- Max occupancy 3 adults
- Oceanview or Oceanfront Rooms also available
1 Bedroom Oceanfront Suites: Same as above but with separate living room & bedroom
Free Weddings - For both weddings & renewals of vows includes: free wedding cake, champagne, marriage license, non-denominational marriage officer, flowers & witnesses, if required. 1 week's notice is required to complete all formalities. The couple must be in Nassau, a minimum of 3 days prior to the ceremony & staying a minimum of 7 nights or longer. Also includes government/administration fees.
Singles Bonus! - Single travelers willing to share can book as a single but only pay the each of 2 rate & SuperClubs will assign a roommate of the same sex upon arrival at the hotel, or pay the single supplement to have your own room guaranteed.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
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Breezes Lane, Nassau New Providence Island
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