The elegant and minimalist KINN Capsule Hotel is located in the heart of Singapore. It follows the Japanese design language of MUJI, also known as "no-brand quality goods." It was influenced by the Japanese Zen philosophy, focusing on simplicity and the essence of well-being. The interior design is vivid reminiscent of the minimalism in Japan. Soft pastel colors, rounded surfaces perfectly join the walls' edges, and contrasting green plants are illuminated by a skylight.
The neatly designed wooden cubicles are plushy and cozy inside. In fact, plushy is a bit of an understatement. The beds come with a 5-star hotel-grade, super single-size mattress. That's just like in a posh boutique hotel. You won't have to compromise much on privacy either. Each capsule has black-out roller blinds. They are also equipped with built-in lamps, power and USB sockets, mirrors, and a retractable desk that can turn your capsule into a mini-office. The 72 capsules are split into seven rooms, and if you are a solo female traveler, you can opt for a female-only room.
Affordability is a gorgeous package; this is a hard to resist proposal in a city like Singapore. KINN Capsule Hotel is freshly opened, and it is located on South Bridge Road. It's a central place to discover the city, right next to the Clarke Quay subway station and the Singapore River.