The perfect hotel for monochrome-loving, minimalists out there (affordable, too)

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We know, a lot of us will never recover from the travel bug. For when you can't afford long haul flights or even few hours ride away but needed to tame your wanderlust levels down, a staycation is a solution for you.

And if a modern and contemporary boutique hotel strikes your fancy especially for those of you minimalists out there, you would want to read on. We're already imagining the Instagram-worthy shots you can fill your feed with.

Often boutique hotels in Singapore are themed with whimsical or artsy-fartsy aesthetics, but not for this one. Hotel Mono features mono colours (thus, the name) and minimal furnishing, located along Mosque Street in Chinatown.

Double Plus Room

What about the price, you ask? Nothing that will burn a hole in your pocket, we'd say. The Double Plus room (queen bed and windows) starts from S$160 per night, while the Family Room (two queen beds, living area, and windows) starts from S$260 per night. No two rooms are the same, each room features unique furnishing and design. 

Family Room

Each room is decked with amenities such as complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi (post on your feed all day long!), flat-screen TV, mini fridge, King Koil pocketed spring bed and micro-gel fibre pillows. Sounds fancy, huh? Book your room on the next closest available date here.

Address: 18 Mosque Street
Price: $$$$$


Sebs said…
would like to thank you for sharing your experience at the Hotel Mono in Singapore. Your article provides valuable insights for those who seek unique and stylish accommodations. It is evident that the Hotel Mono's monochrome theme and sleek design have created a one-of-a-kind ambiance for guests.

In conclusion, boutique hotels
, like Hotel Mono, offer an unparalleled level of intimacy and personalized attention that larger hotels cannot match. They provide a more authentic and memorable experience, with their unique designs, themes, and attention to detail. These hotels are a testament to the notion that sometimes, less is more.

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