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18 Mosque Street Hotel Mono, Singapore 059498 Singapore
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#154 of 374 in Singapore
Hotel Mono is a chic hideaway set in six historic shop houses of modern design. The rejuvenated buildings retain their original charm with characteristics air wells and Rococo-era windows, seamlessly interwoven with the culture of traditional Singapore and urban bustle of the city.
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Property amenities
Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Taxi service
24-hour security
Baggage storage
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Street parking
Complimentary tea
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
First aid kit
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
Coffee / tea maker
Cable / satellite TV
Bath / shower
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Laptop safe
Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Electric kettle
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, Chinese, Malay


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addie wrote a review May 2022
Singapore, Singapore316 contributions165 helpful votes
Been wanting to try here and finally did. Good location. Very close to Chinatown Point and walking distance to others. Very quaint entrance. Love the staircase. The lift is old school which i liked. Staff at reception was very friendly. Got a Double Deluxe room. SMALL! Probably justifies the fact that a picture is but a picture. You have about 1-metre distance around the bed to move about. The bathroom/toilet is rather dark. You cannot open the window because you are exposing yourselves to the building across the street. Probably may not be the case if your room face elsewhere. The blinds in the room had to be drawn down for the same reason. Which made it a bit dingy cos no window. You can close the window pane (its double layered). At night, you can't really have a good sleep because of the sounds from the eateries along the road. The sounds were very clear. You can really join in their conversation. It was as if you were with them. The TV channes super limited. Wifi was rather odd on laptops. Manual adjustable aircon was good. Hot shower was awesome. I might wanna try their bigger rooms next time.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
whotah wrote a review Feb 2022
32 contributions54 helpful votes
Came here for 2d1n staycation. Hubby book the moat biggest room, smth like a loft. Check in was damn slow? Had to wait for quite a while for check in. Room is great, big and very spacious. Toilet is great. However, i think the couch is somehow dusty as my husband got hives the entire body JUST BY SEATING THERE. This was a the bottom level of the loft. We had to wipe using wet wipes, wipe douwn the couch and also get my husband to shower, to cool down the hives. Will i come back again? Definately nope. Not an amazing experience i wanna experience ever again!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled
Jeanette wrote a review Oct 2021
Singapore, Singapore22 contributions23 helpful votes
I read reviews about the poor sound insulation, so I rang up the staff in advance to ask if I could get a room where it is further away from the lift/stairs so that I won't be distracted by noise because I am a light sleeper. They accommodated so fast and Spencer at the reception was such a wonderful person to chat with! He was super friendly and inviting, and totally raised the morale. I booked a Deluxe Double and although it was a small room, I really liked the interior. The bathroom was beautiful. Bed was hard and slightly springy (perfect, I dislike soft beds). TV was alright but it isn't a smart TV, but it's cool. There are bedside tables and charger ports. Room also had a card in it other than the card we got, so it was convenient if my partner had to leave to get something and I can just stay in the room to do my work. Some visible wear and tear can be seen in the room though, like walls or window panes having cracked paint or losing colour, or the black floor having scratches and marks that were not painted over. It does not really bother me though, as long as it is clean. However some downsides: - Found 2 baby brown-banded cockroaches. Killed both. - The floor under the bed is pretty dusty. - The mugs and metal spoons were not cleaned. I saw coffee ground stains and had to rewash them thoroughly using hand soap. - Mini-fridge was not very cold and it was not clean. - Toilet bowl was not scrubbed clean (bowl had stains). - Plastic cups provided in the bathroom for brushing were not clean either. - The soap dispenser bottles have some stains. - I suppose this comes with being a shophouse-hotel, sound insulation is still not that good because around 2am, I can still hear noise from the outside. - The water in the shower will turn colder the longer you stay in the shower.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled
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LocalBytes wrote a review Aug 2021
10 contributions
Thank you Spencer and Team for making our style a pleasant one. We truly appreciate your hospitality and for making us feel welcomed. Spencer was really friendly and the conversations we had with him was lax, casual and as if talking to a good friend. He made the experience a whole lot more enjoyable by recommending what to eat around there and of course with his jokes along the way to brighten the conversation. The room was cleaned and well maintained, with a unique touch of a monochromatic theme to really stand out from your usual hotel room. although the TV does not have a HDMI input for our movie night, we ended watching channels such as HBO, Fox Movies and Chinese classics. Price was also very reasonable given the location; we were surrounded by a food haven and a few minutes walk from Chinatown Point / Chinatown Complex. Overall, it was a wonderful stay this National Day weekend! Thank you team once again .
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled
Susie C wrote a review Jun 2021
Singapore, Singapore3 contributions5 helpful votes
Stayed 1 night in mono. I would say it was kind of disappointing seeing how good the reviews were. Comfort level was not there. Pros: 1. Good location 2. Polite staff Cons: 1. Room was small, the table was small and uncomfortable, how can anyone possibly use their laptop and work there if need to. 2. Room is very bare and basic, the finishing wasn't good, wall paint dirty at some areas, it is just pretty raw, I hate the floor tiles. 3. Aircon could not be switched off when it gets too cold, u can only turn it up. 4. The room was damp in the morning, condensation on the floor tiles, floor was damp, u can't go bare foot, even the room slippers make u slip cos the floor was wet. 5. Bedsheets felt like it had a sticky layer, I have probably slept in at least 20-30 hotels room cos I have been travelling for 30 years and stayed in budget/business/luxury hotel and apartments, but never encountered bed sheets that felt like this. I could hardly sleep. 6. Noise, its true, u can hear people walking, talking along corridors, and tv noise from other rooms. pretty bad. 7. Toilet shower head was mouldy.
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Date of stay: June 2021
Angelightz wrote a review Jun 2021
Singapore, Singapore100 contributions77 helpful votes
This boutique hotel is conveniently located a stone’s throw away from Chinatown MRT, just walk past a row of shophouses and you’ll see the distinct black-and-white 3-storey shophouse that has been converted into Hotel Mono. The room is surprisingly spacious for a shophouse boutique hotel and very clean. Every furniture is only in black and white colors. Unique monotone. We have two comfortable queen beds with four pillows on each bed, a sofa bed, a fixed long table to the wall that can seat two persons. There is also a proper wardrobe for us to hang our clothes and a side bench to put our bags and luggage. The bathroom is not big but sufficient, and we love the scent of the body wash and shampoo. The bath towels are also soft and fluffy. This hotel doesn’t have the luxury of swimming pool, gym or restaurant/cafe but it’s good enough for a short staycation. Finding food is not a problem as there are a lot of eateries and restaurants in the area, and you can also walk over to Chinatown Point and People’s Park Complex for a great variety of food. Will we be back to Hotel Mono? Most probably and this time we may try the loft room with the loft bed, and when dining out is allowed again.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled
Jinmei wrote a review Jun 2021
Singapore, Singapore21 contributions1 helpful vote
Room is smaller than expected although true to pictures. The front office staff were absolutely kind and friendly. Basic toiletries are provided in a pouch; shampoo, bathing soap, sanitary bag, toothbrush set, shaving kit, slippers, hairdryer etc. Two towels per set, consisting of a large and small one. Water kettle is provided, along with coffee and tea. Windows can be opened. Surrounding is amazing as there were so many food options. Walking distance to Chinatown MRT & Chinatown Point. Recommended restaurant: 东方美食 Some room for improvement: The mini fridge is not very cold. Cleanliness could be better as there are a couple small ants on the table, bedside tables were a little dusty. Overall, very happy with the stay due to the convenience and basic comfort for the price paid. Would be keen to try the larger room types in the future.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled
chocolate waffle monkey wrote a review Apr 2021
Singapore64 contributions65 helpful votes
i really liked the hotel, but then i like quirky things. as long as you are prepared for noises (it's a converted shophouse structure with a busy road right below for god's sakes) you'll be fine. room was immaculately clean, design is black & white simply classy, good view of the comings & goings on the street below (with accompanying people & vehicle sounds). the neighboring room had a bunch of rowdy kids but that's just down to bad luck, i suppose. was a little confusing getting to & leaving the room as you traverse the buildings so got to remember the route & recognize the right doors! was a little disturbed that the hotel hosts covid quarantine guests so would had been nice to find out about that before booking.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Khaw Han Chung wrote a review Apr 2021
Singapore, Singapore89 contributions47 helpful votes
I have prepared myself after reading some of the reviews here and I’m totally agreed with them. Because it is a boutique hotel converted from an old shophouses, so the sound barrier wasn’t good enough. You could hear people walking pass your door outside, people closing their door and people speaking near your room. I got my small room that situated in the middle of the hotel, which has a window but not looking outside. Those who familiar with old houses would know that’s a airy space in the centre of every old houses. So you could hear the raindrop when it get heavy. Other than the noise, I could say it is still a comfortable stay and the staffs were very friendly here.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled
Guy fromSG wrote a review Mar 2021
Singapore, Singapore54 contributions53 helpful votes
This was an impromptu 1 night stay and I chose this property as it was having a generous offer for their rooms. I booked their standard room and I am pleased to say that it was clean and was well maintained. Check in was smooth and fast. Loved the simplicity of the rooms. Just take note that their rooms are small but cosy. Highly recommend this hotel as it is wallet friendly.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Mono
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Mono?
Nearby attractions include Black Crow Taxidermy & Art (0.3 km), Ransack Puzzle Hunt (0.2 km), and East Inspirations (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Mono?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, baggage storage, and complimentary tea.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Mono?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Mono?
Guests can enjoy complimentary tea and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Mono?
Yes, paid public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Mono?
Conveniently located restaurants include Merci Marcel Club Street, Zazz Pizza, and Alati Divine Greek Cuisine.
Is Hotel Mono located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Singapore.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Mono?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Chinese, and Malay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Mono?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Battlebox (1.4 km), Fort Siloso (4.3 km), and Emerald Hill (2.8 km).