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Phuket Orchid Resort offers guests extra anniversary treats
 
Bangkok – Phuket Orchid Resort & Spa by Kata Group Resorts Thailand, a leading hotel management company, is adding on some extra treats for guests at its Phuket Orchid Resort & Spa. Book at www.katagroup.com/phuket-orchid/Couples-Deluxe-Special/ now until the end of October 2016. With special room rates for couples and families too, the family-friendly resort, renowned for its location close to the soft sands of Karon Beach and its giant slider, is offering special offers to celebrate its 36th Anniversary Year.

Two night stays, from May – October, 2016, are inviting at 1,599 per night for a Deluxe Room and 2,599 Baht for a Family Room accommodating two adults and two children up to 12 years old, with leisurely breakfasts included.  Along with the discounted rates, guests will be greeted with a welcome soft drink and fruit plate on arrival, with complimentary Wi-Fi, plus an ice-cream coupon for kids.

In May and August, guests are being offered an appetizing European Lunch Cooking Class. In June and September, a refreshing pineapple or banana daiquiri will be served to cool down guests. During July and October, Deluxe Room guests are offered an extra children’s bed, with guests in both rooms types being revitalized with an orange, apple and ginger detox drink.

Phuket Orchid Resort & Spa is a beachside paradise, promising a laid-back, resort holiday lifestyle. The children’s pool offers 99% UV protection, whilst the penguin mascot, Guinlider, welcomes guests to a fun-filled stay with Phuket’s tallest slider. A supervised kids’ club makes Phuket Orchid Resort & Spa a firm favorite amongst families. Close to shops and dining at Karon Beach, the 524-room resort is set amongst lush botanical gardens, creating a relaxing vacation ambience. Wedding packages attract romantic celebrations, whilst the spacious convention center and modern facilities attract business guests, catering for up to 500 delegates.

For more information or reservations, please contact Kata Group Resorts Thailand: +66 (0) 7635-8300, porrsvn@katagroup.com or visit http://www.katagroup.com/phuket-orchid or https://www.facebook.com/PhuketOrchidResortandSpa    



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