Renovation Island's resort cost: Price per night on HGTV show's location revealed!

Renovation Island returned on HGTV following the success of the first series but how much does it cost to stay at the resort?

The show follows the Baeumler family and their children who have moved to the Bahamas to renovate a 10-acre building into a gorgeous Caribbean paradise.

Since the premiere of season 2, many viewers at home have started dreaming about a staycation at the hotel.

Let’s explore more about the filming location of the HGTV programme and how much you will have to pay if you stay there.

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Renovation Island on HGTV

Season 2 premiered on HGTV on Sunday, June 20th, 2021.

This year’s series follows Sarah and Bryan Baeumler on their Island adventures as the couple faces financial difficulties due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The family’s renovation journey started in 2017 when they were on a trip to the Bahamas and discovered that there was an abandoned resort that they can renovate and turn into a profitable business.

They opened the Caerula Mar Club in 2018.

How much does it cost to stay there?

A single night at a clubhouse suite at Caerula Mar Club costs between $385 and $755. This price is correct at the time of publication and a three-night stay is required when booking.

Prices for a villa stay vary between $625 and $1,715.

Villas and clubhouse suites include AC, luxury linens and robes, Sarah Baeumler x Lovefresh bath amenities, and other features.

Visit the resort’s official website for an up-to-date information on prices and health measures during this time.

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Where is Renovation Island filmed?

  • San Andros Island, Bahamas.

Caerula Mar Club sits on a ten-acre area on the secluded eastern shore of South Andros.

Its website explains that the property features three dining concepts: Switcha, a café and smoothie bar, Driffs, a poolside/oceanfront bar and lunch location and finally Lusca, a Caribbean-inspired fine dining restaurant.

There are dedicated areas for yoga and meditation, and adventure options range from sailing, snorkelling to diving and fishing.



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