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With a stay at Hotel Mono in Singapore (Chinatown), you’ll be minutes from Chinatown Heritage Center and Thian Hock Keng Temple. This hotel is close to Universal Studios Singapore® and National Orchid Garden.


Make yourself at home in one of the 46 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and slippers. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and a 24-hour front desk.

How to Get There

Hotel Mono
18 Mosque Street #01-04
Singapore, 059498 Singapore


A room without a view

The design of the hotel is nice however we got a room without a single window. The lobby was also extremely cold, which was nice at first but after a while you start to freeze and can get sick. Which I do not want to be on a trip!

Fab hotel!

Stayed here for a couple of days and had a great stay!

Spencer on reception was super helpful and gave such great service. I was really early so my room wasn't ready but there was a big bathroom where I could get changed and sort my things to leave in the hotel while I explored. He said he could email when the room was ready but didn't end up coming back until the check in time anyway.

The room was tiny (great for solo travellers but not sure I would've wanted to share!) but was lovely as was the bathroom. Shower pressure was good although the temperature was a bit all over the place so I think the hotel should look at that.

Location is perfect- right near the MRT chinatown for bus and underground.

I'd highly recommend this hotel and would stay again when I go back to Singapore.

Nice lobby and that’s it.

This hotel gave me a mixed feelings towards the boutique hotels as a whole. Whilst the pictures on booking websites showed nice rooms with tone deaf decorations, truth is not all the rooms are nice. The beds are comfortable but the way the property and room layout is structured, everything felt awkward.

This hotel is very well located at the heart of Chinatown and its only 5 min walk to the CBD core. It’s located next to the Amoy St Hawker Centre and also in the other direction it’s 10 min walk to Clarke Quay/Boat Quay night life district.

Checking in and out was a breeze and that was all the contact with the staff I had so I couldn’t fault the service. The rooms were expectedly small but since I stayed in a double room so it was not as small as some of the rooms I’ve seen on Tripadvisor reviews.

The main issue was that the room was incredibly smelly. It felt very moist at the first point that I got into the room. The room I stayed could definitely use a better ventilation and sunlight.

Not only that, many things in the room: the furnishing and the paint and the tiles in the bathroom were poorly maintained making the experience felt worse than it actually is.

This stay has me rethinking my travel strategy of going to boutique hotels as often as I can for my business travel. Whilst I wanted to see what’s out there in hospitality business today, I wanted to come home from business in a clean and well maintained room.

All in all; if you want a centrally located accommodation that is highly affordable: yes stay here. If not, there are better deals elsewhere. What I had in mind was this was going to be AMOY Hotel-lite. Turned out it was a book that didn’t quite match its cover.