Roomsforworldcup offers 2010 World Cup accommodations in South Africa
Monday 7, June 2010
RoomsForWorldCup, a specialist accommodation booking directory, has created listing pages showcasing accommodations in the surrounding areas where the 2010 World Cup soccer games will be held.
The site simplifies finding accommodation online for last minute booking for on-the-way travelers and those already at the 2010 World Cup, looking for a place to stay. The range of accommodations includes Bed and Breakfasts, hotels, guest houses, house-rooms apartments, and even couches.
“RoomsForWorldCup was created for soccer fans coming to experience the World Cup. Our goal is to match visitors with a variety of attractive and affordable accommodations at the best prices available,” said RoomsForWorldCup.com founder, Cal Eb. “The site is a great tool, designed to put travelers in touch with establishments that best fit their needs, itinerary and budget.”
Since not all travelers are the same, some will be visiting South Africa with families and others with just friends. Areas outside of the center offer families more space and family-friendly amenities, though guests will have to travel a bit further on match days. Die-hard soccer fans may want to stay close to the pulse of city and choose centrally located accommodations, though they will find more premium prices near the World Cup events.
RoomsForWorldCup brings together a variety of accommodations, not only the popular hotels usually found on directory sites. It gives travelers a range of choices in accommodations and rates, so that visitors can quickly and easily find a place to stay, with just a press of a button. Soccer fans are able to search for accommodations either by travel destination or a handy advanced search function, which enables users to choose by accommodation type, quantity of rooms and amenities.
The site offers a comprehensive list of accommodation options throughout Gauteng, Kimberly, Kwaulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Western Cape, where rooms can be booked through an online reservation system. Each listed venue features images and service information that are available for guests. An online calendar also allows users to check for availability, and to reserve their room immediately. Site-users are also able to directly contact the establishment for further information.
Soccer fans planning to attend matches at different stadiums in more than one province are also able to make multiple bookings in a single transaction. Booking several accommodations all at once through RoomsForWorldCup.com helps create itineraries, which assist visitors plan their travels. This makes logistics for soccer fans a lot easier; providing the best match-up of World Cup travel accommodations, all through one portal.
Win cash for listing a South African accommodation or for attending the World Cup
Not only can site-users book or list their places of stay through RoomsForWorldCup, but they also have the chance to win some money for listing their South African accommodation on the site or for attending the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup Series. By listing your accommodation or recommending the site to others, entrants increase their chances to win R2000 (South African Rand) to spend however they wish. The contest expires on August 1, 2010.
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