| This Royal Silk Domestic lounge has just been renovated and you could tell with the fancy automatic door that opens with a push. The first Thai Smile flight (they use the same lounge) flies out at 6:15am and the lounge opens at a reasonable 5am. I arrived at 4:50am and there was a janitor inside who told me to take a seat and wait for the receptionist. The receptionist turns up and she took my gold card and boarding pass, oddly returned to me after 20 minutes. I was the first person in the lounge so I presume she must’ve had to start her computer. She was courteous and apologised for the lack of hot food. The lounge essentially is one big room with a food corner and toilets at the end. All seating is identical and comfortable. There are power outlets at most seats and these are clearly labelled. The food corner consisted of dim sum, pastries, salad bar, sandwiches and some questionable eggs. I say this as I don’t know if they were hard boiled then chopped or actually fried. They didn’t look like they belonged in a lounge, to be fair. But I got a decent breakfast with the rest of the food. I was told after the main kitchen opens there is actually hot food eg fried noodles or soup. The one thing that absolutely threw this lounge into the pits is the condition of the toilets. I had used the bathroom stall and found leaking water and a disheveled lock. How can a lounge that was recently renovated have such a poor bathroom? The bathroom on the plane was still better. In conclusion, it’s a good space to wait for your flight and get a cappuccino and a sandwich, but definitely not good if you need to use the bathroom!