We had one night in Bangkok before heading to Chiang Mai, so we booked this as it looked like it had a night market nearby and it was roughly between the two airports. We were flying into one and out of the other.
Our visit got off to a bad start when the transfer I had paid for via the hotel wasn't there to meet us. We paid considerably more for this than I a taxi would have cost, but we wanted the convenience since we were arriving at night and were not staying in Bangkok long. After wandering around the airport trying to find assistance and pick up a wifi signal we eventually found an A5 size scrap of paper taped to a pole with our names on (more by luck than anything). We were there a while before a girl showed up and after a wait we were pointed in the direction of a taxi, who wasn't quite sure where the hotel was. We felt ripped off. We could have grabbed a taxi with a driver who didn't know the hotel for ourselves on arrival; it would have been quicker and a lot cheaper.
It didn't get better once we got to the hotel. The staff were ok but failed to understand why I wasn't happy to leave a cash deposit with them for the room when I was paying by credit card and the deposit would have wiped out all the cash we had on us. They ended up taking our passports instead, which caused us a major problem the next day when we were stopped at a checkpoint.
The room was basic, not particularly clean or well maintained. The air con had been left off so the room was sweltering. I took photos of the marks on the bedding and walls on arrival as they state that any marks will cause the loss of deposit on check out..... If you stay here be careful and cover yourself. I believe this is why they take a cash deposit rather than credit card as you would be able to do a chargeback with a card.
Our stay here was not pleasant and to be honest, Bangkok was not a pleasant experience. I'll stick with northern and southern Thailand in future. The only reason it got a 2* rather than a 1* is the pool and proximity to a 7eleven.