If you need to be in this part of Bangkok, Gem Park is a reasonable and convenient place to stay. The traffic around there is horrendous, especially at evening time. Gem Park is in a quiet, narrow soi, just 50 metres from the main road. The traffic is largely due to the building of the skytrain which has effectively closed one lane in each direction. It will likely be a year before it's completed, but when it is finished there will be a station only 5 minutes walk from Gem Park which would enable a fast route into the city for about 50 baht, currently 400 baht in a taxi. We had 2 rooms for 2 nights. We were there for a JW regional convention. The rooms were clean and the bed was very very comfortable. Staff spoke English and were helpful in calling Grab taxis. There was a vending machine in reception, also a microwave and some complimentary refreshments. My only gripe is with the bathroom which was one of the smallest I had ever encountered in any hotel. And the toilet seat had a mind of its own. When the staff cleaned the toilet they surely must have noticed it, but either never reported it, or it never got acted upon. I tried to fix it myself, but it needed a spanner. The flat screen TV had excellent picture quality. All channels were Thai. There was a small balcony. I found wi-fi very good. And it connected without need for a password. Now the acid test question - would we stay there again? Yes, for sure. just hope the skytrain is open next time! (By the way, the address says 'Anusowaree' which it is not. Anuswaree is Victory Monument area - a long way from there. I don't know the proper name for the area of the hotel, but I would say maybe Lak si, it's near Don Mueung Airport).