Breezes Bahamas to Re-Open October 29; Property Was Closed Due to Hurricane Damage

Re-opening a few days ahead of schedule, on October 29 Breezes Bahamas will be accepting vacation arrivals at the popular "Super-Inclusive" resort.

The banquet facility is already open for business for events of all sizes. The 391-room hotel was forced to close for repairs in September due to damage caused by Hurricane Irene.

Vacationers who book their Breezes Bahamas stay by October 21 will enjoy savings of up to 35 percent off regular rates for travel through December 23.

Breezes Bahamas is located on Cable Beach, just a 10-minute drive from the Nassau International Airport (transfers are included in Super-Inclusive rates). The hotel is only five miles from Nassau’s downtown shopping mecca and world-famous Straw Market.

The property, which welcomes singles, couples and families (ages 14 years and older), features myriad water sports in its clear Caribbean waters; a circus school complete with flying trapeze; a 30-foot high climbing wall and land activities, including tennis, volleyball, Sumo wrestling and more.

Visit www.breezes.com

 

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