Comparing Lodging Alternatives in South Africa’s Cape Town

Filed under : Hotels, Vacation Rentals

Interesting results shows a comprehensive study conducted on 1228 opted-in travelers who were  searching  for vacation rentals, bed and breakfast and hotels in South Africa’s Cape Town from July 2008 to January 2010 This marketing study validates recent forecasts by travel experts on consumers’ increasing interests in comparison shopping.  Directory also reveals vacation planning and theme trends, as well as special lodging deals for this top family vacation destination in South Africa .

The study revealed that 65 percent of the vacation planners who inquired for a place to stay showed interest in comparison shopping between Cape Town vacation rentals, bed and breakfasts, and hotels. 42 percent of travelers were also open to receive offers from nearby destinations like Atlantic Seaboard, City Bowl, and Hout Bay.

Below, the directory facilitates comparison shopping by featuring two great lodging deals on vacation rentals and bed and breakfasts, ranging in price from ZAR 590 to 1500 per night.

Cape Town Bed and Breakfasts Option – from ZAR 590 per night

This pleasant Cape Town vacation rental will make you feel at home with its mix of comfort, good service and total privacy. The property is part of a secure residential complex just three minutes walk from the beach and almost 20 minutes drive from Cape Town’s center. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms will provide comfort to 8 people. More info and photos can be found at, ID 187297 .

Cape Town holiday apartments Option – from ZAR 1299 per night

This holiday 2-bedroom apartment is located on the beachfront of Blouberg, approximately 21 km from Cape Town center, and 21 km from Cape Town International Airport. The apartment has a secure, access-controlled, underground parking with direct access to lifts. This luxury self catering apartment is on the seventh floor of the newest apartment complex in the area. It has stunning views of Table Mountain, the sea, and Robben island, and sleeps up to four people.  For more information visit, ID 187297.


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