Noisy. Not recommended.
Opinión escrita el 11 de Enero de 2019
Expect road noise all night. Expect construction noise from nearby projects all day. Expect doors slamming 24/7. Expect dated, marked decoration. Better options nearby for the same price. Expect only 2 coffee cups in the room, no kettle. Nice staff. Generally clean. Nice resident cat. Avoid.
Poor Customer Service
Opinión escrita el 21 de Decembre de 2017
This was the worst customer service I've ever had in Thailand. I was released from the hospital and had to rest for two days. The girls working the counter seemed irritated that they had to work and mocked and laughed at the guests. I don't like that they grabbed information from my passport pockets, and pulled it out right in front of me. I did not authorize them to search my passport pockets. The woman at the restaurant was the owner and seemed irritated to have to give me cash back because I did not have smaller bills. They almost sent me down the road to get cash. Front desk refused to change bills. When I checked out, no thank you or have a good trip. They handed me my deposit back and said nothing. I won't be back. Horrible service.
Decent, Clean, Good Location
Opinión escrita el 20 de Agosto de 2017
Honestly I would probably give the Dome Residence 3.5 stars if that was allowed, but I can't bring myself to give it four. I should preface my comments by saying that we stayed in a Deluxe room, rather than a standard, so some of my comments may not apply to the standard rooms.
The location of the Dome Residence is one of its best features. It's almost exactly halfway between the Kad Suan Keaw shopping center and the Maya Shopping Center. 5-7 minute's walk in either direction will get you there. If you want to explore more of a middle class neighborhood, turn left as you leave the alley where the Dome residence is located, turn left again onto Ratchaphuek Alley (where the tall pinkish condo is located) and explore the roads back there. Lots of restaurants, street vendors, and etc. For more of a mixed middle and upper middle class experience, turn right as you leave the alley, walk several blocks in the direction of Maya Shopping Center, and turn left onto Siri Mangkalajarn Rd. If you reach the Hillside 4 Condotel, you've gone too far. The little streets that lead west from Siri M road will all eventually take you to Nimman Haemin Road, and there are again a lot of restaurants, massage places, and coffee shops.
The Deluxe room was a good size, but it had some design flaws. There were no light switches near the bed, and no bedside lamps, so turning off the light at night meant getting out of bed and walking several steps to the switch. The bathroom had the shower toilet combination with no barrier to keep water from the floor in front of the toilet. Not uncommon in Thailand, but for the price and a deluxe room, I would have expected better. The light in the restroom is also in the middle of the room, and there is no light over the sink/mirror, so your body creates a shadow on the mirror. I found it hard to shave and be sure I'd done a good job.
On the positive side, the room (and the entire hotel) was very clean, our room stayed cool even when we weren't there because the windows were shielded by trees (may not be true for many rooms, though). Wi-Fi was pretty typical. The laundry machines were nice to have.
The staff were pretty variable in their helpfulness. Some were great, some seemed not to quite know what they were doing. One staff member was very helpful when I needed to arrange some details with a taxi driver. I called the driver on my phone and she explained what I wanted, and didn't seem to mind having to do it. On another occasion, though, I dropped my key when I left the hotel, and when I returned, there was nobody around anywhere to give me my key back. I waited three or four minutes, checked all the downstairs areas for someone to help me, then finally just leaned over the counter, found my key, and took it.
There is a little coffee shop called Noi's Coffee on the ground floor. The Dome doesn't include breakfast, but you can buy breakfast at the coffee shop, which opens at 7:30 AM. Two fried eggs or an omelet, some breakfast meat (hot dog like), toast, and your choice of coffee or tea for 100 baht. Decent deal for this kind of breakfast, especially because you can order not just hot coffee, but iced coffee or Thai Iced Tea and it is included in the 100 baht. Solid food, but nothing special. The Thai Iced tea was pretty good.
Overall, I was satisfied with the experience, but not overly impressed.
Opinión escrita el 6 de Marzo de 2017
Stayed here last April and coming again to C M April 2017. Clean and quiet location,
Rooms aren't overly big but clean and functional. Breakfast is great!, Just ordered what i wanted no problem, Great omlette!!. The price is great value for money, I would stay here anytime.
Clean quiet stay near the city
Opinión escrita el 10 de Febrero de 2017
My family stayed at The Dome for two weeks. The facilities were always clean and quiet. The staff was friendly and helpful. In fact we had forgotten a few personal items... and we were able to retrieve them nearly a month later. The only real drawback was the internet... it rarely worked for us in the room. The breakfast was also really disappointing. But plenty of places to eat within 5 min walk... including Central mall.