Breezes Bahamas Announces Super TwosDay $222 Sale for 2.22.22

Breezes Bahamas from the ocean

$222 All-Inclusive Deal for 2.22.22 Only. Sale ends at midnight.

New Providence, Bahamas The Feb 22, 2022 ( – Numerologists rejoice! To celebrate the day’s numerological significance, Breezes Bahamas unveils the SuperTwosDay sale for 2.22.22, which launched at 2:22 pm and offers bookers a rate of $222 per night for an all-inclusive getaway to the popular beach resort.

This rate saves travelers up to 69% off regular rates and includes accommodations in a Classic room, meals, drinks, and activities – all on a long stretch of the island’s best beach – the powder white sands of Cable Beach. The $222 deal is based on double occupancy (two people in a room) and is valid for travel through December 15, 2022, but must be booked by 11:59 pm on February 22, 2022.

“We hope people jump at this chance to experience Breezes Bahamas with this unbeatable deal on such a fun day in numerology,” said Muna Issa, managing director of Breezes Bahamas. “Breezes Bahamas offers something for everyone – from couples and single travelers, groups of friends and families with children ages 14 and older.”

Breezes Bahamas is a 391-room all-inclusive beach resort located on Cable Beach in Nassau on New Providence Island. Breezes offer guests a variety of dining options including Italian and Asian fusion on a rotating weekly schedule. Private dinners on the beach can also be arranged for an additional cost. Guests of Breezes Bahamas can find fun in the sun both on land and offshore. Breezes’ beachfront swimming pools include a swim-up pool bar. Guests can take a kayak out for a spin on the crystal clear waters or simply enjoy a day with their toes in the sand swaying in a relaxing hammock.

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(954) 342-4616

West Bay Street, Cable Beach, Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas

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