Le Caspien Hotel
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Caspien Hotel ideally located in the center of the city of Marrakech in district (Gueliz) near the mall Carre Eden, Central Market and the main historical monuments of the medina and Jamaa El Fna.
Taste the refinement of oriental civilization and the art of living in the West. Scents climate, atmosphere, colours ... nothing is missing ... service great, pool, three dining rooms.
Hotel Caspien, an artistic work, impeccable architecture, stunning views.
Built and decorated in the pure Moroccan architectural tradition, the Caspien offers 54 beds divided between 36 rooms and 02 suites.
The 36 double rooms and comfortable and spacious twin, with tubs or showers, fully air conditioned, telephone, TV national and international channels, safe paying 25 dirhams per day, 2 lifts and fire detectors and smoke in each stage .
Each suite is composed of a double bedroom and a living room decorated with Moroccan, Telephone according to season, large plasma TV with national and international channels, a large spacious terrace.
The hotel offers Moroccan cuisine that leaves running fantasy and imagination. Its restaurants will offer international and Moroccan cuisine in a modern and refined setting decorated with works of art of the most beautiful effect. Unforgettable evening Framework. Bar 02 restaurants located on the ground floor with an integrated pool view, you can relax at the pool surrounded by a lovely green setting.
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- Overall: based on 642 reviews
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Comfortable base for Marrakesh
Stay Date: 01/2017, WilliamsFamilyUk wrote this review.
Our family stayed here for five nights to see Marrakesh. The hotel is situated out of the old city and it's about a 20 minute walk or a £5 taxi ride to the main square. It's close to a modern shopping centre with a Carrefour to stock up on any essent… See more
Our family stayed here for five nights to see Marrakesh. The hotel is situated out of the old city and it's about a 20 minute walk or a £5 taxi ride to the main square. It's close to a modern shopping centre with a Carrefour to stock up on any essential supplies. We had three rooms, all of which were comfortable and very clean. The breakfast was excellent and the staff friendly and helpful. There are no tea or coffee making facilities in the room so thank goodness we packed our travel kettle - the early morning cup of tea is non-negotiable. We ate in the hotel a couple of times and this was also excellent with a nice mix of Moroccan and more western food. We also ate in the tapas bar attached to the front of the hotel and this was good too. The hotel bar seemed to show a lot of football, which suited the men in our family just fine. The wifi was unreliable and particularly poor in our rooms - I had to go out onto the landing to get a decent signal. And although there are 4G services in Morocco, they aren't yet in the vicinity of this hotel. This would have been a big problem for me if I had been travelling for work, but was tolerable for a holiday stay. The rooms seem to be variable - we were at the front of the hotel and there was quite a bit of noise, including the dustbin lorries at 7 -7.30am everyday and a car alarm going off for four hours one evening. Also, although our rooms were adjacent, and there was no central heating, one was pleasantly warm whereas the others were cold. We used the hotel's travel service 'Caspien tours' for a trip to Essouira and also for the return trip to the airport and both were reasonably priced and efficient, with large comfortable mini-buses. Although it's only a few miles to the - very beautiful - airport you need to leave plenty of time - when we arrived at the airport (Sat afternoon) there were massive queues (in the hot sun - not nice) to get in to the terminal as all luggage is X-rayed on arrival. There were then further queues to go through bag drop, hand luggage security screen, passport control and a second passport check. We left the hotel 3 hours before our flight, arrived at the airport 20 minutes later, but only just about got through all these queues in time with very little time for shopping. Nothing to do with this hotel but just something that it might be useful to know. Collapse
Only ate at the restaurant
Stay Date: 01/2017, sunnysal wrote this review.
We stayed at another hotel but ate here for our farewell dinner. The food was good and the atmosphere was that of an expensive restaurant. We sat out by the pool and it was very pleasant. Service was attentive and everything brought out was correct.… See more
We stayed at another hotel but ate here for our farewell dinner. The food was good and the atmosphere was that of an expensive restaurant. We sat out by the pool and it was very pleasant. Service was attentive and everything brought out was correct. I enjoyed a draft beer for about $2. Others bought wine at typical American prices. Most in our party ordered tagine. I ordered steak and it was very good. I would eat here again for a special dinner. But not for every day as prices were a little high. Collapse
Comfortable, modern hotel away from the main square
Stay Date: 11/2016, s340466 wrote this review.
Hotel Le Caspien was a very modern hotel with a pool, restaurant and adjoining nightclub. The breakfast was amazing and after weeks of the typical 'bread and jam' it was so nice to have a wide range of hot and cold dishes to choose from. The floors h… See more
Hotel Le Caspien was a very modern hotel with a pool, restaurant and adjoining nightclub. The breakfast was amazing and after weeks of the typical 'bread and jam' it was so nice to have a wide range of hot and cold dishes to choose from. The floors had unusual numbering (eg room 204 would be on the third floor) and can be reached by either stairs or elevator. The rooms were very comfortable and clean, and the windows blocked out the street noise relatively well. That said, some of my travel companions had to be moved as they were impacted by the noise of the kitchen and nightclub, so would recommend requesting a higher floor. The hotel was located far enough from the main square that most people would need a taxi, and the fares quoted by drivers varied wildly so make sure you agree this up front. The restaurant itself seemed quite high end, and the food was amazing so recommending dining in at least once during your stay (the food stands at jemaa el fnaa are another must). Collapse
OMG! What a noisy place!
Stay Date: 11/2016, Indiana_Jonesse wrote this review.
Nice Terrace, nice Staff, nice hotel. Our check-in was quick and effortless. We arrived and entered the lobby. There is a square opening in the center with a chandelier right at the middle and centered right through the fountain. The lobby is medium … See more
Nice Terrace, nice Staff, nice hotel. Our check-in was quick and effortless. We arrived and entered the lobby. There is a square opening in the center with a chandelier right at the middle and centered right through the fountain. The lobby is medium size. Then we entered our rooms. There are two tiny elevators, can barely fit about 3 people with luggage. My room was on the road side. OMG! The noise outside was so loud that even with my window shut, it sounded like the screaming people were in my room. Then there was motorcycle revving almost non-stop and still loud until 11 pm. The bathrooms are also on the “tight side”. Ask for a room away from the road. They have laundry service that is double the price of the previous hotels where we stayed. Collapse
Great central base in Marrakech
Stay Date: 09/2016, Kathi B wrote this review.
I have stayed on a number of occasions and sometimes for several nights and I always love this hotel. It is well located and in a safe area. Its always clean, the staff are friendly and very helpful. Breakfast is always nice with a good variety of ho… See more
I have stayed on a number of occasions and sometimes for several nights and I always love this hotel. It is well located and in a safe area. Its always clean, the staff are friendly and very helpful. Breakfast is always nice with a good variety of hot and cold. I enjoy the rooms very much and have stayed in a number of them. The bathrooms are tiny bit small but nothing to be concerned about for a short stay. I highly recommend this as a great spot to stay in the new part of the town. Collapse
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