Things to Know About Rugby World Cup 2011 Accommodation

Ethel Gonzales

The Rugby World Cup 2011 is going to be one of the most amazing sporting events ever to take place in the beautiful island country of New Zealand.

A total of twenty international countries will be participating including big names like Australia (Wallabies), New Zealand (the host country of the top in form rugby team the All Blacks), South Africa, U.S.A., Russia, France, England, and several others.

The thirteen different cities where the matches will be held includes: Auckland, Invercargill, Rotorua, North Shore, Christchurch, New Plymouth, Wellington, Whangarei, Dunedin, Napier, Hamilton, Palmerston North and Nelson. These thirteen cities will host the forty eight matches and the finals will be played in Auckland. The major cities which will see a large concentration of tourists include – Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch, and Wellington. These places will witness a very large concentration of people coming in from everywhere.

The country of New Zealand has been preparing herself for a long time for the Rugby World Cup 2011. There have been massive developments all over the country in terms of constructions, road management, media, and international relationships and of course RWC Accommodation facilities.

New Zealand is expecting 65,000 plus international oversees rugby fans to enter the country. The opening ceremony for this spectacular event is to be held on 9th September, 2011.

Not only will visitors come to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup matches, but it’s a great opportunity for international rugby fans to look around the island country and get in the very best of NZ sightseeing. There is plenty of opportunity for rugby fans to get all the best options and deals when it comes to New Zealand. This island country has a lot to offer!

Traveling to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup in particular when you are coming from the other side of the world means accommodation needs to be sorted. This will be a major consideration really. However when it comes to staying in New Zealand there are lots of different options available when it comes to accommodation.

New Zealand is well known as an international travel destination. Its reputation for providing the best high quality accommodation facilities is always world class no matter what your travelling dollar budget is!

You will have a wide varied choice of high end 5 star luxury accommodation with big hotel chain names like The Hyatt, The Crowne Plaza, Sky City Hotels etc to more economy aimed hotels like the Quest chain of Hotels, to bed and breakfast homes (up and down this beautiful country), to backpackers hostels, and you can also now rent privately owned New Zealand homes for the duration of the rugby tournament.

As you can see you will have no trouble finding accommodation. I think it’s important however at this time to start planning and booking now!

Some of the major cities in New Zealand where the rugby matches will be held like Auckland, Wellington, Nelson, Rotorua and Napier. They are among the best place areas where excellent accommodation deals are available today.

In total there will be forty eight matches. The different countries have already been distributed against three different pools. The emerging winners will fight it out on Sunday October 23rd, 2011 in Auckland, Eden Park Stadium. This will ensure that more than a month is given to the games. Rugby fans will easily be able to fit in the rugby games as well as exciting New Zealand traveling options.

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