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What is the average hourly rate for Seminar rooms in Johannesburg? The average hourly rate for Seminar rooms in Johannesburg is R per hour, excl. tax, but you can also book venues for as cheap as R per hour.
How many hours are included in the daily rate? The daily rate represents a 10 hour use of the space on business hours: from 8am to 6pm or from 9am to 7pm for example. Please keep in mind that the opening hours can vary from space to space and that additional fees may occur outside of the opening hours. Please note that some spaces may have an 8 hour daily rate only - in that case, the information is given in the space description.
What is the difference between a booking and a reservation? There are two possible ways to book a space on Spacebase: - Direct booking: if you request to book a room, the space owner has 72 hours to confirm or decline the request. When it is confirmed, the space will be booked for your event. - Reservation: you request a 3 days non-binding reservation. The space owner has 72 hours to confirm or decline your request. In case it is confirmed, you have 72 hours to make your final decision to either book the space or decline the reservation. You turn the reservation into a booking by choosing a payment method on the hire details page.
What is the Spacebase processing fee for guests? Spacebase does not charge guests a processing fee. We charge a service fee to hosts, which allows us to promote their spaces and support their bookings.
Can I book the location for just a couple of hours? Sure, most of the spaces are bookable per hour. In that case, you can find the price per hour on the venue detail page. Some spaces charge a minimum booking fee, which you can find on the space profile as well.
Also known as Jo’burg or Jozi, Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa situated in the northern province of Gauteng. The city is in a period of transition and has an emerging new identity, making it one of the most vibrant and lively places in South Africa. Johannesburg was built after a famous 19th-century gold rush, helping to make it one of the wealthiest cities in Africa. Fast-forward 100 years and it was center stage of the gruesome apartheid era.The sobering reminders of apartheid are still visible in the wealth divide between white rich and black poor, yet Johannesburg remains a friendly city which is coming to terms with its past.
Recent gentrification has changed the face of the city and given it an exciting new identity characterised by loft apartments and office buildings as the old is converted into new. This has contributed to a flourishing of new bars, restaurants and interesting cultural spaces which are being developed by new talent, which make up much of the city’s predominantly young population.
A long history of trade and business mean that the city is the most powerful commercial centre in Africa, with more than 70% of South African companies having headquarters here. It is therefore an influential place to do business with a wide variety of meeting rooms, coworking spaces and corporate venues which can be booked instantly online.