How Much Does It Cost To Stay At The Island Of Bryan?

Is island of Bryan all inclusive?

Caerula Mar Club is a made-to-measure vacation destination; however, we do not offer an ‘all-inclusive’ dining package..

How much does it cost to stay at Bryan Baeumler resort?

Per night prices at Caerula Mar Club start at $385, according to the resort’s website. Private beach villas are $865 a night and up. The resort is currently closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic but is accepting bookings from October 24, 2020.

Is Bryan Baeumler’s Resort Open?

Bryan and Sarah were forced to close the resort in 2020 shortly after it opened. However, there is a silver lining to the story. The Caerula Mar Club recently announced that it is accepting bookings from October 24, 2020. The website confirms that the date is subject to change depending on conditions.

Do the Baeumlers still live in the Bahamas?

Since moving their family temporarily down to South Andros Island in the Bahamas to work on their next big project, Bryan and Sarah Baeumler have experienced a whole new way of life — #islandlife. While it’s had its challenges, the good far outweighs the bad.

Where did Baeumlers get their money?

Baeumler worked from 1995 to 2003 running an air-cargo business. After working as a builder, he founded a construction company, which became Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc., of which he is president and CEO. Bryan’s TV production company is Bryland Entertainment.

Can you stay at Island of Bryan?

Surrounded by lush vegetation, CAERULA MAR CLUB and our inviting villas and suites are enveloped by the stunning natural beauty that only The Bahamas can offer.

Can you book a room at Island of Bryan?

Click on the “reserve your stay” button to open our reservations calendar. Enter in your intended check-in and check-out date and hit “search”. Select “Nightly Accommodation Rate” for more details.

How much did island of Bryan cost?

HGTV’s Renovation Island: Everything You Need to Know About Stars Bryan and Sarah Baeumler. After spending $2 million on an abandoned resort on South Andros Island in the Bahamas, Bryan and Sarah Baeumler, a contractor and designer, respectively, packed up their four kids and their home in Canada moved there.