Finding an ideal budget friendly inn in Hong Kong does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Homy Inn North Point, a nice option for travelers like you.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Homy Inn North Point features a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour security, and express check-in and check-out.
Nearby landmarks such as Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade (1.7 mi) and Sandbox VR (1.7 mi) make Homy Inn North Point a great place to stay when visiting Hong Kong.
If you like barbeque restaurants, Homy Inn North Point is conveniently located near Kam's Roast Goose, Braza Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse, and Joy Hing Food Shop.
Hong Kong is also known for some great art museums, including Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Sun Museum, and Hong Kong Avenue of Comic Stars, which are not too far from Homy Inn North Point.
Homy Inn North Point puts the best of Hong Kong at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This place is not that cheap for its location. I have traveled around the world in hundreds of hotels and this hotel by far is absolutely the worst. I paid in full for a 3 day stay before I saw the room. After staying there for one night, I could not stay there another minute. The place was dirty. Even the bed sheets were dirty. The door to the bathroom was so small that I had a difficult time to enter the bathroom. There was mildew all over the bathroom. Smudges on the walls. Really small bed. It was absolutely horrible. Take a look at my pics!
We have used many small Asian hostels we liked. This one is not good: Bad mold and mildew present. Walls are dirty and defaced. Laundry/panties hanging in stairs (gross and safety issue in an emergency). Too few amenities in the common area (a few drinks for sale and a kettle with hot water. That’s it). dirty common areas. Very little space, even for an Asian hostel. Unsuitable for two people. Only one outlet in the entire room. You have to cling over each other to get out of bed or even to get around the room. Room was not just moldy but dirty. Close to the MTR (location was good) but will NOT stay here again due to the poor quality of the room. Hong Kong is an amazing city. There are definitely better places to stay.
A friend of mine and I have been travelling for two months now, staying in hotels and hostels and this is the first time we’ve run into a nightmare like this. First we booked a room at another Homy Inn in Hong Kong and once we arrived there after a long day of travel they told us all their rooms were full despite a successful booking (It’s three days later and they still have our money held). We decided to go to Homy Inn North Point instead so we booked online and then went there. Upon getting there they had us booked for two double rooms when there was only two of us and we just needed one room. We explained there must have been a mistake through the booking and that we only needed one room but they told us we’d have to pay the cancellation fee which is the price of the room anyway. While we asked further questions and asked for some understanding the young guy speaking with us became VERY rude to us, treating us like trash and back talking everything we said! He also would not contact booking.com to figure anything out. We called booking.com to get some help and they gave us NO help at all. When we went back to the front desk to try and figure things out we ended up dealing with the same guy again and his English wasn’t all that good so we asked to speak to someone else but he refused to redirect us being even more rude than the last time we interracted. Some cherries on top of the cake are mould in the bathroom! Very dirty walls! And stinky hallways! Don’t waste your time or money with booking.com or Homy Inn!!!!!…
It was so mouldy/moist in the room, we both left sick. No hot water during our 3-days-stay, shower super low, only possible to kneel under. Toiletseat was broken and the room was very dirty. The beds were extremely hard. Very unpleasant experience, despite being rather pricy compared to other hostels in HK.
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.…