survey seems to indicate that requirements will be satisfactorily met, and last minute world cup accommodation in South Africa may not pose a big problem
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 4, 2010
The 19th FIFA World Cup 2010 is round the corner – from 11 June to 11 July 2010. The premier international football tournament will be held at 10 venues in South Africa – two in Johannesburg and one each in Durban, Cape Town, Pretoria, Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, Polokwane, Rustenburg and Nelspruit.
With so much of advance notice, most fans would have made arrangements sufficiently early for their accommodation. However, as is common in any segment of tourists, there will be that lot which always postpones making arrangements to the last minute. In fact, there were concerns initially as to whether sufficient number of beds could be found for this football extravaganza, since a conservative estimate pegged the incoming tourists to be around 300,000. But the latest survey seems to indicate that requirements will be satisfactorily met, and last minute world cup accommodation in South Africa may not pose a big problem, what with many organizations and resorts coming forward with hosting arrangements like bed & breakfast. This is over and above all the hotel chains, home stays and lodges with bigger rooms that can accommodate more people at moderate rates. Most of them provide breakfast too.
These new facilities for such last minute tourists also comprise facilities such as banking, food & beverage stalls, tourism information desks, beer stalls and access to internet.
Proximity to shopping and entertainment areas and stadia is another advantage.
If you are used to more luxurious lodgings, it is better to book with the more prominent chain hotels like Peermont Resorts, who boast of providing an exciting stay and gaming experience South Africa.
For last minute world cup accommodation in South Africa, another alternative is the guesthouses, whose owners are going all out to give their guests a memorable experience. A homely atmosphere will be their prime concern.
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