Mui Wo is a very picturesque village on the side of Lantau Island opposite from the airport. There are not many choices for staying there, and this is one of 2-3 hotels there.
The hotel is pretty nice, it is right across from the beach. The check-in process was smooth. The rooms are very small, just a bit bigger than the bed, and the bathroom is really tiny. A big person (6' or so) would find it tough to fit in the shower. But the water is hot and the pressure fantastic. The bed is very comfortable.
There is not much space to put your clothes and other stuff. I had to keep most of mine in the suitcase.
The first day, there was water, coffee and cookies in the room. The subsequent days I asked for the cookies but did not get any - just the water and coffee.
The cleaning service works only in the morning, so if you sleep in late, you miss it.
The breakfast is a fixed menu that changes every day. Not much for vegetarians/vegans, since the bulk of it is animal based. They also do not give you a larger quantity of the non-animal stuff if you are vegetarian/vegan. You have to pay an additional $10 (HKD) if you want corn flakes - even if you haven't eaten their breakfast.
There is no lift, you have to climb a flight of stairs to get to the two upper levels.
Overall it was a good hotel for the price, and I would stay again - but I would try the other choices first just to make sure they are not better.