Hotel Mono refers to the colour scheme (or lack of it) rather than the disease, as you can see from the photos above. This new budget boutique bolthole sits on Singapore's Mosque Street in the heart of Chinatown.
The hotel is made up of six converted shophouses, which keep their historical charm on the outside but the interiors have been given a minimalist makeover by design firm Spacedge. The pared-down look puts the emphasis on simplicity. William Chan, the founder of Spacedge, calls his concept for the hotel "almost frugal."
The rates are supposed to follow this theme and represent decent value for money for Singapore. There are 46 rooms and suites at Hotel Mono with the smallest running at a tiny 15 sqm. Each room is different in its own way but be aware that some rooms don't have windows.
Chinatown location is handy for food and entertainment with plenty of bars, restaurants and hawker stalls nearby. Hotel Mono is also close to the Chinatown MRT station.Review updated June 6, 2017
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