CM – We found out how much it costs to stay at the ‘Renovation Island’ Resort

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Ever since Renovation Island aired in the US, fans have flocked to HGTV for their ultimate fix. What could be nicer than seeing a renovation show in the beautiful Bahamas?

For those who don’t know, Renovation Island follows the life of the Baeumler family. Bryan Baeumler is a contractor and his wife Sarah is a designer. Together with their four children, the couple moved to the island of San Andros in the Bahamas to transform a relatively dilapidated 10-acre building into a stunning Caribbean resort.

As tempting as Renovation Island is to see, fans can’t help but wonder how much it costs to stay at the Caerula Mar Club, the now famous resort that has clubhouse suites and private oceanfront villas offers. Because yes, it’s public.

« It’s the first project on HGTV where viewers can actually come down and see the end result and hang out with us and the whole family, » Bryan said in an interview with the Edmonton Journal on Distractify.

A single night at Caerula Mar Club costs between $ 385 and $ 755 per night for clubhouse suites and $ 625 to $ 1,715 per night for villas, with a minimum of three nights required at time of booking. But to chill and chill in the location of one of your favorite HGTV shows? Priceless.

Just know that if you want to book, you’d better do it quickly. While there are currently plenty of openings in June and July, August, September and October are almost fully booked.

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