The Homy Inn operates as a hostel so if you are trying to find an affordable spot in Hong Kong, and are willing to make some sacrifices, it might work for you. Our room was clean and tidy, the beds were good and the linens nice but be warned, the room was very small, really small; just six feet wide by twelve feet long. barely enough room between the two beds to walk with a bit extra at the end for luggage. The attached bathroom was also efficiency- minded allowing only a knee-knocking nine inches between the front of the toilet and the wall. The shower, draining to the floor, offered the unexpected wet foot with a midnight visit. The room included a small screen television and AC that worked. The floor had three different levels to it; difficult navigate in the night.
The Homy Inn is nicely located a couple of blocks from a MTR (subway) stop and on a major street with tons of buses including a direct bus to the airport. Our room was on the twelfth floor; the elevator is an uncomfortable fit for five and the halls a narrow four feet or so wide. However, if you tend toward claustrophobia, or are inclined to nighttime musings about the exit plan in the event of a fire, this may not be the place for you. It’s certainly OK in a pinch but honestly, it wouldn't be our choice for a return visit.