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I've been there during a peak summer time. The hotel building is not so difficult to find. It is situated in area that has a lot of hotels near the central termini. On the way from termini to hotel is so quiet and not very...More
Worst hostel experience of my life. Black mold in bathrooms, toilet plugged in one bathroom all 3 days we were there. Sink plugged all 3 days in another. Standing water in bathroom. Door handle fell off, locking someone in bathroom in middle of night. No...More
I'm sorry to see the previous reviewer had an unpleasant experience at Hotel Anakin Stargate, as my stay was most enjoyable.
The part of the hotel we stayed in had been recently renovated, so everything was in good condition and very clean. We'd booked a...More
Anakin Stargate Hotel -
This place was really close to Termini station. About a 8 minute walk or less. The hotel was in this building that had a few other hotels too. So Anakin Stargate had like 5 rooms maybe. It was odd.
US$ 58 - US$ 113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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