Beachfront all-inclusive in the Bahamas for only US$334 per night

For the absolute cheapest all-inclusive beach resorts you are best off looking in Cancun or Jamaica or in the Dominican Republic, but in some ways those places are cheap for a reason. Those wanting a classier Caribbean experience as well as a shorter flight from the US or Canada often flock to the Bahamas, and fortunately there are some good deals there at the moment.

It’s also worth noting that the Bahamas only has a handful of all-inclusive resorts, and most of its hotels are in the luxury category, so it’s quite a good deal to see the Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive offering rooms for only US$334 per night for two people in May or June.

The Deal

A Deluxe Gardenview Room at the Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive for only US$334 per night for two people. A Deluxe Oceanview Room in only US$359 per night per couple, and that’s probably a worthwhile upgrade for those who like to spend time in their room.

The Details

This promotional rate is available on Expedia, our booking partner, and it includes every third night free. So it’s best for stays of 3 nights or 6 or 7 nights and it includes free cancellation.

3 freshwater swimming pools and an amazing beachfront location

The Breezes Resort Bahamas has 391 rooms so it’s large enough to be able to offer a wide range of amenities and still keep the price reasonable. There are 3 freshwater pools plus a private beach so everyone has plenty of sunbathing options. There is a swim-up pool bar as well as 4 restaurants, so even those staying a full week are unlikely to get bored of the offerings.

The resort has a fitness center and tennis court as well as a long list of water sports and other activities. But of course this is an all-inclusive resort in the Bahamas so the primary activity will be relaxing, and there are plenty of options for that as well, including a full-service spa and even a nightclub.

Balcony rooms filled with amenities

At this room rate you could be forgiven for assuming this is a basic resort, but each room has its own balcony as well as a CD player and satellite TV. There’s also a safe, coffee maker, and those important black-out curtains so guests can sleep in as long as they wish.

The location is also ideal as it sits in a prime spot along Cable Beach, across from the Cable Beach Golf Club, with Ardastra Gardens, home to parrots and “parading” flamingoes, being 2 miles away. Again, the Bahamas is not the place to go to get the absolute cheapest of everything, but that’s also part of its appeal because it has more of an upscale feeling even with modest shoulder season prices like this.

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