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Views over the Andaman Sea

Orchidacea Resort (formerly Pop Cottage) is situated on a gently sloping hill offering many rooms an incredible view of the crystal blue Andaman Sea and the immaculate white sands of Kata Beach. This west-facing resort enjoys spectacular sunsets. The end of another beautiful fun filled day in paradise.

Tropical Paradise

From the moment you arrive at Orchidacea Resort, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the peaceful environment of the lush green plant life, swaying palms and seemingly endless variety of flowers and orchids. The fresh ocean breeze and the fragrances of the island awaken the senses.

Complete Relaxation

Orchidacea Resort was designed for the complete relaxation and leisure enjoyment of all our guests. Whatever the reason for your visit, whether a holiday with family, group, honeymoon or business. Welcome to Orchidacea, and the Land of Smiles.

Our Guest Rooms

Standard

Standard

Our lovely Standard Room is priced for the value-minded traveler, yet has plenty of amenities and comfort.

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Superior

Superior

The Orchidacea Resort Superior Room offers a more spacious design with all of our amenities. All of our Superior Rooms feature a balcony.

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Deluxe

Deluxe

Welcome to our big luxurious Deluxe Room. Relax on your extra large balcony (you are welcome to smoke there) with gorgeous views of the sparkling Andaman Sea. End each day with a spectacular sunset that never repeats, each is different.

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Family

Family

Bring the kids, bring along the entire family. This charming Family Room with tastefully furnished separate living room and lovely bedroom is just right for a family. It is spacious enough for two adults and up to four children.

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Premier-Suite

Premier-Suite

One of our two exclusive Premier Suites is perfect for a honeymoon couple or a family. The large, beautifully decorated suite has exceptional views of the Andaman Sea from an extra large balcony.

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