Mono: Hotel in Singapore
In Singapore, the Mono hotel, completely decorated in monochrome colors, is designed for discerning and design-conscious travelers.
For discerning and design-conscious travelers
Opened in 2017, the Mono concept hotel is located on Mosque Street in Singapore’s booming Chinatown precinct.
Taking up a row of 6 historic shophouses from the 1900s that have been renovated and transformed by local design studio Spacedge Design, the Mono hotel offers the perfect mix of old and new. Some original details have been preserved such as the facade, the original tall and narrow rococo windows, and the characteristic airwells. Owing to the peculiarities of the original floor plans, no two rooms are the same. However, the hotel has a common theme with a monochrome palette of black, white, and shades of gray.
Mono consists of 46 rooms offering comfort and stylish. The rooms are divided into several categories ranging from single rooms to family rooms to studios. The rooms have sleek lines and a minimalist design in an industrial style with white walls, accessories, and furniture with subtle touches of black. Amenities include luxury spring beds with micro-gel fiber pillows. A seamless black metal bar weaves its way through the room, serving as a source of light, coat hanger, and artistic graphic installation, connecting each room as a reminder of perfect unity. Even the Eero Arnio’s red-lined “Ball” chair has been reupholstered in black fabric. The bathrooms are tiled in nude hues such as pink and beige.
Due to the conservation restrictions, there are neither of facilities, or a restaurant, but that is not a problem because the hotel is very close to Smorgasbord and its street food that Singapore is famous for, from the Maxwell Road Hawker Center and upmarket eateries in Ann Siang Hill.
In this bustling city, the Mono hotel is a calm, designer place to retreat and recharge.
We love Mono for:
46 rooms all different
Comfortable and stylish
Double room from 160 € per night during low season.