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Ever since Renovation Island started airing in the U.S., fans have been flocking to HGTV for their ultimate fix. After all, what’s better than tuning into a renovation show that’s set in the beautiful Bahamas?
For those that 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, along with their four children, the couple moved to San Andros Island in the Bahamas to totally transform a relatively dilapidated 10-acre building into a stunning Caribbean resort.
As enticing as Renovation Island is to watch, though, fans can’t help but wonder how much it costs to stay at Caerula Mar Club, the now-famous resort, which features clubhouse suites and private oceanfront villas. Because, yes, it’s open to the public.
"It's the first project on HGTV where viewers will actually be able to come down and see the final result, and hang out with us and the entire family," Bryan said in an interview with the Edmonton Journal per Distractify.
Which leads us to the answer you’ve all been waiting for…
A single night at Caerula Mar Club will cost you 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 when booking. But to actually relax and unwind in the location of one of your favorite HGTV shows? Priceless.
Just know that if you’re hoping to book, you better do so quick. While there are currently ample openings in June and July, August, September, and October are already almost fully booked.
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