There's Still Time to Book a Holiday in the Sun to Watch the World Cup 2010, Says

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There may be just one week to go until the World Cup 2010 action kicks off, but there's still time for football fans to book a break in the sun and watch the matches while on holiday, with

The final countdown to the World Cup 2010 has begun with just one week to go until the action kicks off in South Africa on 11th June. For football fans who want to soak up some sun while they watch the games, there is still plenty of time to book a break and enjoy some excellent hotel deals at the same time. Worldwide hotels provider is offering discounts on hotels across the globe that will be screening the major World Cup matches.

The latest additions to the World Cup hotels hot list include hotels in Spain, Malta, Mexico, Morocco and Jamaica, while hotels in the Balearics, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Canary Islands, Egypt, Greece, Portugal and Turkey are also participating. Prices start from as low as £6.77 per person per night at the Serhan Hotel in Gumbet, Turkey, on a bed and breakfast basis. Football fans can choose from a range of accommodation options, from cheap and cheerful right through to 5 star luxury.

As well as screening World Cup matches many of the hotels are offering related promotions for guests to take advantage of. These include food and drinks while games are on, football themed competitions, and extended kids' club opening hours so that parents can enjoy the matches while the children are occupied.

Steven Moore, Head of eCommerce at, comments: "Football fans can get maximum enjoyment out of the World Cup this year by watching the action while abroad. Many people will be taking some time off over the period. We wanted to make it easy for them to take this opportunity for a break in the sun without having to sacrifice viewing time. Our hotels are offering something for everyone - from groups, to couples and families."

To take advantage of the latest hotel deals and find cheap hotels screening the World Cup 2010 around the world visit


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