Graded establishments, the only stars worth trusting

When choosing holiday accommodation, it’s easy to go with online reviews, recommendations from friends or beautiful pictures you see online. However, there’s nothing worse than getting to your holiday destination and realising that the accommodation is not at the standard that you had hoped it would be or even worth the price you paid.

That’s why it’s important to choose accommodation graded by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa. That way, you’ll have the peace of mind that comes with knowing what to expect before you even check in.

The TGCSA Star Grading is an independent quality assessment and official ranking system recognised around the world that helps travellers realise the overall quality of the establishment and the kind of facilities they can expect.

The advantages of going with TGCSA graded accommodation?

  • You will know that the establishment is appropriately priced for that type of accommodation.
  • You will be able to have recourse for any bad experience you may have
  • Grading licence for establishments are renewed every year– therefore, as a consumer you know that the standards of any graded establishments are of the highest service

TGCSA is the best quality assurance you can get. Visit the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa's website to find quality graded accommodation for your next Sho't Left.


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