- Accommodations right on the beach
- No tipping allowed
- Warm and friendly staff
An afforable all-inclusive option with a jaw-dropping beach and proximity to Nassau’s main attractions
Bahamas Breezes doesn’t mess around when it comes to the beach. Its beachfront rooms are situated so you step into Cable Beach’s sand when you open the door. Worries drift away on arrival here—the all-inclusive package includes water and land activities, meals at five restaurants and, of course, unlimited drinks.
Dark wood and beachy prints decorate your well-appointed room with pool, garden or ocean views. The international dining options are spread throughout the resort so you can dine indoors or on the beach. Plus, entertainment goes beyond beach volleyball and snorkeling—there’s a rock climbing wall, flying trapeze, sailing, live music and a nightclub. To bring it all home, the a la carte spa and private cabanas for hire are there if you want to splurge for added luxury. The resort’s helpful concierge assist in booking off-site excursions or transportation so you have everything taken care of before leaving the resort. While Bahamas Breezes is family-friendly, lovebirds and friends need not worry as the resort policy only allows children over age 14.
If you’re planning a destination wedding, look no further than this beach resort. Choose from five tropical themes or work with your personal wedding planner to make the big day exactly as you dream it!
As the capital city of the Bahamas, Nassau has an impressive spread of historical sites, foodie havens and natural beauty. Start with a stroll to the Queen’s Staircase for a glimpse at the Bahamas’ darker past before visiting the island’s three fortresses: Fort Charlotte, Fort Fincastle and Fort Montague. Or, get your fill of nature snorkeling the underwater sculpture garden at Clifton Heritage National Park.
A must-do for any trip to Nassau is a walk through the straw market on Bay Street, where local craftsmen display and sell their treasures for souvenirs. See the Bahamas from a different point of view with a snorkeling or scuba excursion, and you’ll understand how the Caribbean’s beauty goes well beyond the surface at dive spots like the Rose Island Reefs, just three miles east of Paradise Island. Rather stay on land? Add the Caribbean’s first winery ever to your vacation wish list and you’ll leave for home with a hand-blended bottle.