World Congress participants may wish to arrange and book their accommodation themselves. Self arranged accommodation options include guest houses, smaller hotels and hostel accommodation. For those choosing to make arrangements themselves it is advised that participants find accommodation in the city centre of Cape Town and within walking distance to the congress venue.
Those making their own arrangements should note that February is in the busiest tourist season in Cape Town, accommodation choices may be limited. Bookings should be made as early as possible. The city centre of Cape Town has many varied accommodation options:
Guest houses will offer bed and breakfast and are a popular form of accommodation in the city centre of Cape Town. Guest houses vary in size, price and services offered.
For a list of guest houses in the city centre try the SA-venues web site or the Cape Stay web site.
Hostels are a popular choice of accommodation for young and mature visitors.
For a hostel in the city centre click here
Small hotels are a popular choice.
The Metropole , The Fritz Hotel and the Cape Milner are small hotels in the city centre.
De Waterkant offers a selection of guest house, small hotel and self catered accommodation.
The accommodation listed above is only a suggestion. The list is not comprehensive. Many more accommodation options exist in the city centre of Cape Town.