This New Black And White Hotel In Singapore Is A Minimalist's Dream Come True

Singapore is no stranger to boutique hotels. They’re fun, uniquely designed–a welcomed break from the standard fare you find at more well-established hotel chains.

For those of you who are always on the lookout for somewhere to have a stay-cay with your beau, your gal pals, or even your family, there’s a new player in town, and it’s a minimalist’s dream come true.

Get your cameras and phones ready, ‘cuz we foresee lots of insta-worthy photo opportunities!

Exterior of Hotel Mono (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)

Opened in November just last year, Hotel Mono features a uniquely black and white colour palette.

Reception Area (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)

Set in 6 historical shop houses, the hotel retains the space’s original features and charm–Rococo-era windows and its characteristic airwells. A delightful intersection between the modern and the traditional, this effortlessly stylish hotel houses a total of 46 rooms catering to anything from solo travelers to families.

Now, all that’s left to do is let the pictures do the talking!

Single Room (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)
Twin Room (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)
Bathroom (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)
Double Room/Double Plus (Double Plus has bigger windows for a better view) (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)
Studio Room (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)
Family Room (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)
Family Room (Image Credit: Hotel Mono)

While the hotel doesn’t have its own restaurant, you needn’t look far to find some chow. With Maxwell Road Hawker Centre and Ann Siang Hill nearby, your only worry will be what–not where–to eat!

I don’t know about you, but as far as I’m concerned, this is #hotelgoals. Heck, make that #homegoals, #toiletgoals, and really, overall #aestheticgoals.

To book a stay at the chic Hotel Mono, click here.

Hotel Mono
Address: 18 Mosque Street, Singapore
Contact no.: 6326 0430
Website

Also read, A Super Insta-Worthy and Trendy Hotel Has Just Opened In Singapore

(Top Image Credit: Hotel Mono)

 
 
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