The lounge had a sofa bed which was made up for us on arrival and which we left in place during our stay as we just sat on it during the short time we were in the apartment in the early evening and I'm told it was extremely comfortable to sleep on. The room also had a large work desk area and a balcony so during the warmer months it would have been lovely to be able to sit outside for a drink while planning the day or evening. The bedroom was made into a twin for us and again had plenty of space and for the two of us in there. The only thing we found difficult to find on our first night was fresh milk as on Sunday the only option was the supermarket in the train station, which was packed and had a restricted entry system in place only allowing a few in at a time so this took most of the hour we had allowed for our relaxing time before going out for the evening. In the future, I would bring a small amount of coffee / tea bags and powdered milk sachets just so you can have a hot drink on arrival. But that's only relevant if you arrive on a Sunday. Unusually for apartments we also had a breakfast buffet included, which actually was a real treat as there was a wide choice of breads, cold meats and cheeses, boiled and scrambled eggs also, so we started each day with a very enjoyable breakfast whilst planning the day. Will definitely stay here again on our next trip to Bangkok - which is already being planned.