Affordable Soccer World Cup 2010 accommodation
Situated in the beautiful town of Stellenbosch 50 km from Green Point Stadium.
Green Point Stadium
Heart of wine lands – 23 km from Cape Town International Airport
Hostel Accommodation in one of the best and oldest Universities in South Africa
Clean and well kept rooms in beautiful hostels
3180 beds available
Twin and Single rooms
Communal bathrooms on each floor
Very safe area to stay in.
Bedding, towels and soap will be provided
English Breakfast Buffet served daily
24 Hour security on every floor
Walking distance to all major pubs and restaurants. It is safe to walk around campus and Stellenbosch
Well known wine farms in 5 km radius
30 minutes drive to some of the best beaches in South Africa
Cape Town, Stellenbosch, South Africa for FIFA Soccer World Cup 2010:
The University of Stellenbosch (during FIFA World Cup 2010) has released a total of 3150 hostel rooms where supporters can be accommodated in either Single or Twin Rooms. There are either one single or two single beds per room, a small cupboard, a table and chair. Clean linen will be provided. Bathrooms are available on every floor with showers, basins and toilets.
It is one of the most beautiful Universities in South Africa, situated in the famous Wine lands of the Cape. Visit our website to book or to find out more about the facilities: www.accomoptions.co.za
The rates are valid 6 June until 2 July 2010:
Single: R665,00 per person, per night breakfast included
Double: R 550,00 per person, per night breakfast included
Rates are net and non-commissionable.
Book now to avoid disappointment!
Tel: 012 991 6280 Marné de Klerk , Stefmaré Naude , Charl Heyns
Fax: 012 991 6281
Match dates Cape Town:
Cape Town: 11 June 2010 Match: Uruguay vs. France Cape Town: 14 June 2010 Match: Italy vs. Paraguay Cape Town: 18 June 2010 Match: England vs. Algeria Cape Town: 21 June 2010 Match: Portugal vs. North Korea Cape Town: 24 June 2010 Match: Cameroon vs. Netherlands Cape Town: 29 June 2010 – Preliminary Round Match: Round of 16 Cape Town: 03 July 2010 – Quarter Final Match: Teams TBA Cape Town: 06 July 2010 – Semi Final Match: Teams TBA