Breezes Resorts & Spa Bahamas Revamps Activity Offerings With New “Sports Center”

Just in time for summer, Breezes Resort & Spa Bahamas has revived its activity offerings with the roll out of an “Oceanfront Sports Center,” moving all of its existing outdoor activities to one central location.  

Situated on the resort’s 1,000-foot-stretch of Cable Beach, the sports center will house a variety of land and water activities, including rock climbing, flying trapeze, tennis, beach volleyball, kayaking and sailing.

In addition to the new center, the resort has incorporated some fresh activities to the lineup, including ocean paddle boarding.  


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For guests who prefer to stay ashore, Breezes has added a beachside jogging track and sand soccer field, so visitors can enjoy a workout or match while taking in the views. 

Guests of the “Super-Inclusive” resort in the Bahamas are privy to this all-encompassing beachfront sports center while enjoying convenient beachfront access.

Breezes Bahamas has three freshwater pools, which include a “Sip & Dip” swim-up bar. Guests can also indulge in massages and treatments at the Blue Mahoe Spa. 

At night, adults can enjoy a lively piano bar, which stays open until the last person leaves, or they can take their chances at one of the many nearby casinos.

Breezes Bahamas welcomes singles, couples and families with children age 14 and older. 

Breezes Offers 35 Percent Off

Tell clients looking for a last-minute spring or summer getaway to take advantage of Breezes’ 35 percent off sale for all stays through December 31 if booked by May 15. Starting rates with the offer begin at $164 per person, per night. 


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