A mid-range all-inclusive resort on renowned Cable Beach, Breezes Resort & Spa Bahamas caters to couples and singles (and college Spring Breakers in March and April) with a social, party atmosphere and rooms with direct beach access that allow guests to walk right onto the sand. The rooms are mostly low quality for the price point and very dated, the five on-site restaurants fail to impress, no kids under 14 are allowed (a good thing for some), and the overall service gets mixed reviews; but the property offers one of the best beachfronts in the Bahamas with beautiful white sand and plenty of space (this is clearly the main highlight here, upgrading the Overall Beach Resort Rating from the upper C range to the middle B range), four bars including a piano bar and a nightclub, private dinners for two on the beach, oceanside spa treatments, a fun entertainment team that keeps activities going throughout the day, beach cabanas with wait service for rent, a highly unique on-site trapeze, and an equally unique billiards room. The fitness center is large but has dated equipment. Rooms come with mahogany wood furnishings and marble bathrooms; again, some have direct beach access. Activities include Hobie Cat sailing, beach volleyball (on a subpar court), tennis (three courts with free lessons), rock climbing, and live nightly entertainment.
On-site COVID-19 testing is now available at Breezes for U.S. re-entry. Everyone traveling to The Bahamas must obtain a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR (swab) test taken no more than five days prior to the date of arrival. The day the test is taken is considered Day Zero. Test must return a negative result for entry into The Bahamas. Children 10 and under are not required to take a test. Negative PCR test results must be uploaded in order to complete a Bahamas Health Visa application, and must be presented upon arrival in The Bahamas.