This appears to be a fairly new hotel. It has large rooms and seemed quite. The WiFi is adequate.
There is a line of open air food stands around the corner on the main street. The only western food that I found was at Destiny Cafe. It was clean and nice but has a limited menu.
I arrived on a late bus and was surprised by the lack of tuk tuks. After waiting on the side of the road for 20 minutes, a tiny lady offered to take me on her moto. Between myself and luggage I'm quite sure that she was out-weighed 3 to 1. In keeping with Poipet tradition, she charged me $2 for what turned out to be a 1 Km trip, but I was tired and so still happy to pay it.
Also worth noting that crossing into Thailand took almost 2 hours. This may not be the norm but if your planning on taking the train to BKK, you should plan to leave early.