Reviewed 15 July, 2021
The Pom is very nice and well decorated with well stocked supplies and food, also the service is very good and Wilson is very friendly.I recommend Salil hotel with beautiful and clean room .Thank you for all the staff that helped me
Wonderful Comfortable Hotel
Reviewed 11 March, 2021
I love staying in Thonglor and my client booked me here for four days. Perfect. Very comfortable bed and room. Highly professional and kind staff. Koi at the front desk made me feel at home and well cared for. I will stay here again.
Incredibly disappointing...deceiving pictures on website!
Reviewed 6 February, 2018
I booked this hotel for the last night of our two week visit to Thailand and was extremely disappointed with it. The website makes the hotel look, clean, bright and quirky. However, in reality it does not live up to this. The entrance and reception are nice and have some of the colourful features I was expecting like a multi-coloured horse sculpture and colourful walls but the picture on the website is definitely taken using a wide-angle lens as the reception is no way near that large and the rooms are incredibly basic and tired.
We booked two rooms, one for my parents and one for myself, but on arrival the hotel insisted that we had only booked one room. Perhaps there was some confusion as the rooms were both booked under the same name, but this made our arrival stressful. Once the hotel finally found our second reservation, they agreed to upgrade one of our rooms. Whilst the room we were upgraded too was huge, it had no windows as it was in the middle of the hotel and stunk of stale cigarette smoke. It was far too big and sparse for two people and reminded me of a cheap club we have in the UK called Oceana. The carpets were stained and the furniture looked dated, in stark contrast to the pictures I'd seen. We were also told that we hadn't paid for our rooms (which we had!) so overall, the welcome and customer service was pretty poor.
The smaller room which I stayed in had a view out onto the street, but anyone who's been to Bangkok will know how loud the traffic can be, so noise is a major factor to bear in mind when booking this hotel. We also stayed on a Friday night, so this made it even louder as there were several bars, including a roof bar across the street, open quite late into the night.
The room was also very hot and the air conditioning was broken and making a very loud sound but producing no air. I had no choice but to have the window open, but as it was still very humid outside as well as noisy, I found it impossible to get to sleep.
The shower was also faulty and was dripping throughout the night and the bed was so hard and uncomfortable it was like sleeping on a stone slab. Overall I would not recommend staying here. It is definitely a budget hotel but I thought it would be more special and quirky because of the pictures I'd seen. In hindsight, I would pay extra to stay somewhere like a chain hotel so that at least I know that it'll be nice and that I can get a restful night's sleep!
Great value and location!
Reviewed 2 January, 2018
We always stay here when we visited BK for a weekend due the location and value. You can generally get two nights for $100. The location is within walking distance of many great eats, especially the commons and a few bars. We don't get breakfast as again, there is a good selection of places outside the hotel. There are no windows in the room, but they are big, comfy and good value. It's a great place to get your head down, if you are going to spend most of your time outside of the hotel.
Great location in the heart of Thonglor
Reviewed 23 December, 2017
I stayed in the One One Hotel for a bit more than a month during my business.
*Great location with variety of restaurants, cafés and nightlife options nearby.
*Friendly staff who speaks acceptable English (not the cleaning staff, though). PS! Remember the "do not disturb" button besides the door.
*Beakfast available for 200THB - food was ok.
*Laundry service at acceptable price (takes two days).
*No traffic noise (my room was not facing Sukhumvit 55).
*10+ min walk to/from the BTS
*Room cleaning a bit inconsistent at times. Not a big issue, though.
*The plumbing in the building is noisy and not well isolated. Every time somebody flushed their toilets above my floor (I lived on the 5th out of 7) it made a loud noise of water falling down through the system and there was smell of sewage after the neighbors had flushed (probably from floor traps). Flushing my own toilet seemed to help to get rid of the smell.
*The sink was sutck, so I needed to remove the sink trap to get the water to go away.
*Hot water pressure and temperature were low during my whole stay.
*Hearing the bing-sound of elevators arriving to your floor was annoying in the beginning, but I got used to it after a while.
*Power stoppages once in a while (lastning 1min)
*The restaurant burger was overpriced and not tasty.
*Be patient when checking out and paying the bills.
All in all I would recommend the hotel. It's probably hard to find a similar quality hotel for this price in Thonglor.