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Breezes Resort and Spa

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Breezes Lane, Nassau, New Providence Island

Breezes Resort and Spa Rooms

  • Presidential Suite

    • Ocean Front Suite

      • Beach Front Room

        • Ocean Front Room

          • Ocean View Room

            • Garden View Room

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              Breezes Resort and Spa Amenities

              • Bar/Lounge
              • Beachfront Room
              • Breakfast Included
              • Fitness Center
              • Gift Shop
              • Laundry
              • Non-Smoking Room
              • Ocean View Room
              • Parking Included
              • Pool
              • Restaurant
              • Room Service
              • Spa
              • Wi-Fi

              About Breezes Resort and Spa

              Breezes Bahamas is worlds away from today’s manufactured beach resorts. Large chain resorts conceived in corporate offices far from the sands they’ll eventually claim home that seem to roll off of assembly lines, popping up on islands all over. Each one practically indistinguishable from the next.

              Breezes Bahamas is different – and proudly so. We’re island-born and bred.
              Our beachfront resort complements its lush natural surroundings – blooming alongside native flora and fauna beneath the Caribbean sun. Our heritage is rich and our island roots run deep into the sand. We take pride in being authentically Bahamian and it shows.

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