Welcome to The Orchid House of Santa Barbara

Stylish International Student Housing next to SBCC

The Orchid House of Santa Barbara is a stylish SBCC Student Residence Hall located right across the street from the Santa Barbara City College in West Beach Santa Barbara. This beautiful student boarding house is nestled among lush gardens and adjacent to the historical landmark of the Fernald Mansion and the Trussell-Winchester Adobe, which is the first house in Santa Barbara. Our gated off campus living consists of two main buildings with fully furnished apartments: the Victorian House and the Carriage House. It offers a safe, private, cozy and relaxing environment; yet, it is just across the street from SBCC College, three blocks from the Santa Barbara Harbor, the beautiful West Beach, Lead better Beach and the Marina. It is also about three blocks from the bustling State Street with the main Public Library, the historical and art museums, shops, restaurants and theaters. It is also walking distance from the Santa Barbara Amtrak train station. Our student accommodation consist of 8 luxury rooms, a beautiful communal lounge, a stylish dining room and a media room, all designed to make our students’ life as comfortable as their own home.  A gourmet breakfast and healthy evening meal are included in our rates as well as free Wi-Fi, cable TV service with Flat-panel TV in each suit and membership to a popular local gym. The Orchid House of Santa Barbara offers  pleasurable and safe SBCC student apartments to study, relax and feel at home in its charming ambiance.

Share your college dorm room with other students and make new friends. Enjoy living at our SBCC Residence Hall right across from Santa Barbara City College. International students will also love to be in housing close to downtown and the beach. And for the SBCC athletes you get a little workout by walking up the steps to SBCC.

420 West Montecito Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Phone: (805) 965-2333
Toll-free: (800) 427-2156
Fax: (805) 618-1660
 Group of university students sitting on steps