We stayed here in January for two nights in a deluxe suite. The deluxe suites are a little away from the standard rooms. They are reasonably spacious rooms built from hardwood and standing on stilts. The grounds are really well kept with pretty gardens and a breakfast/dining area on stilts in a pool in the middle of the grounds.
We had a problem with the shower in our room - the hose had worn and kinked so you had to kneel down to get water from the shower. We pointed this out to hotel staff and were moved to the adjacent room. We got the impression the problem had existed for some time.
These rooms are towards the outside of the hotel grounds and near to a Buddhist temple. At 4am each morning we were awoken to the sound of drums from the temple! So, it wasn't really possible to get a decent nights sleep. We got the impression this happens every day.
Breakfast was ordinary. Coffee/tea, bread and eggs.
Wifi was poor and had no signal in the rooms. A couple of computers were available in the lobby but had no printing facilities.
Our overall impression was that the hotel could have delivered a much better experience with some small improvements.More