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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Loved everything about the hotel!
Stay Date: 02/2017, Francesca C wrote this review.
Me and my friend stayed here for 3 nights and could not be happier with our choice of hotel! We had a Groupon which included breakfast each day and one evening meal so we were not expecting it to be that great for the price, but everything about the … See more
Me and my friend stayed here for 3 nights and could not be happier with our choice of hotel! We had a Groupon which included breakfast each day and one evening meal so we were not expecting it to be that great for the price, but everything about the hotel, the staff, the food was fantastic! When we arrived, we were greeted by the hotel manager and the receptionist who were both so lovely, and we were given delicious mint tea before going up to our room. We had booked for a twin room, but as it wouldn't be ready until the following day, we were offered to change rooms when it did become available, but once we got up to the room and saw just how large the double bed was, we were more than happy to share so we kept that room for the duration of our stay. The room was great - extremely clean and enough space for us, large bed, lovely bathroom with bath, shower head and they provide towels too, a small balcony that overlooked the pool, and even a tv. There were extra blankets in the wardrobe in case it got cold at night, and there was a safe inside (at an extra charge). We don't usually eat breakfast but were pleasantly surprised at the variety of options; selection of pastries, crepes, toast, eggs boiled and scrambled, potatoes, meat, cheeses, fresh juice, tea and coffee. It was a really nice start to the day! For our included dinner in the hotel, we were presented with a 3-course menu with several options to choose from. We both had the vegetable soup to start and it was the best vegetable soup I've ever eaten and it was massive! The bread rolls come with an amazing garlic butter side and tapenade, and I could have happily lived off just these for my stay. We had the tagine for our main, and it looked great and my friend ate the majority of hers, but I'm not a big fan of meatballs or egg so for me it wasn't ideal but I was determined to try the local cuisine. The dessert was so so good! It was a shame we were so full to fully enjoy it. We had a few cocktails there which were lush and then we moved on to the tapas bar inside the hotel where we had a few more drinks and had complementary olives and nuts too which were lovely! All our drinks were around 70-80 dirhams each which we found reasonable. For our last night, we decided to treat us ourselves to something off the full menu in the hotel restaurant, where there was so much choice and I think we had the best meal we've ever eaten! We shared a baked camembert, figs and walnut starter that looked to beautiful to even eat, and then we both had the lamb shank for our main, and we were way too full for dessert. I would highly recommend eating here! There was a rooftop terrace with a bar that would be incredible during a sunny day or warm evening, we only had a brief look up there because it rained during the evenings but it looked awesome. For our exploring, the staff gave us directions to the main square and it took us around 30-45mins to walk, could've been done quicker but we kept stopping along the way. The hotel is located just off Avenue Mohammad V where there is a shopping mall, supermarket, restaurants, McDonalds etc. so that was very handy as I needed to buy some comfier trainers in H&M for an excursion to Ourika Valley. We booked that excursion from a company on the main street when we were out walking and there were no problems. They picked us up from the hotel and we had a great day seeing where Argan oil is made, a little hike to see the waterfalls, lunch at a spot by the river, visited a Berber house, and then we had a camel ride. A very busy day and I would recommend it. We booked massages through the hotel and the lady who books them was so friendly and helpful, not only with the booking but whenever we saw her everyday. The massages themselves were great, the hotel provides transport to the place inside the square and then you have to walk just a little bit to get to it but someone met us and walked us there. We visited the main square twice, and although we made it there with no problems, the first time we went we did get lost inside it a few times and emerged from the square on a different side to how we got in and then spent at least an hour trying to work out how to get back to the main street, but we had only just arrived in Marrakech on three hours sleep and weren't paying much attention. The second time, we made sure to remember which direction we walked in and saved offline maps of our locations to make it easier. It is very hectic in the Souks, so be prepared to be hassled to buy from every stall and just stay firm. We had a go at haggling and were quite pleased with ourselves, and I ended up having photos with the snakes and monkeys in the main square but be prepared that if you get close enough they will just throw them onto you and expect payment! I declined the price they demanded and gave a few dirhams in change (we kept small amounts of money, coins and notes, separate so that we could tip etc.) and they seemed happy with it. Also, I had a henna tattoo but I haggled the price beforehand. Be aware that ladies will grab your hand when walking and immediately start drawing so you need to be firm or they'll charge you. All in all, this was the most amazing mini-break for my 30th birthday, I wouldn't have changed a thing! As went only for 3 nights in February, I'm hoping to go back when the weather gets even better for maybe a week with my Mum to visit more places. I would definitely recommend this hotel!!! Collapse
Good base for a few days in Marrakech
Stay Date: 02/2017, MW223 wrote this review.
We couldn't fault the hotel staff. They were polite, attentive, helpful and patient. I have to admit I was, however, a little disappointed in the hotel. I was under the impression that all rooms had balconies. Clearly some did but others, like ou… See more
We couldn't fault the hotel staff. They were polite, attentive, helpful and patient. I have to admit I was, however, a little disappointed in the hotel. I was under the impression that all rooms had balconies. Clearly some did but others, like ours, didn't. This meant that really all the room was useful for was sleeping and washing. That said it was a comfortable room and big enough. The pool area was a particular disappointment. There was nowhere to sunbathe, but the again the area was totally shaded so it wouldn't have been much use anyway. Entrance to the pool area was straight through the middle of the restaurant. Drinks were reasonable for a hotel. 25dhm for a small beers, especially when you take not account the bowl of peanuts and olives they would bring as well. Getting to Jemma El Fna was no problem. Just a couple of minutes walk up to the main road and you could easily get a taxi. They all wanted to charge us 50dhm to get to the main square and souks but I never paid more than 20 (even though it is probably only about 8dhm if on the meter). If you are going to Jemma El Fna get a freshly squeezed orange juice for 4dhm (30pence). Marrakech is a very busy city. The traffic, and drivers/moped riders are bonkers. We went in February I can't imagine what it must be like in the height of the season. Collapse
Good hotel at good location
Stay Date: 01/2017, larspf wrote this review.
The hotel has a good location, close to Aveneue Muhammed V, restaurants, shops and a shopping mall with the supermarket Carrefour. The rooms are fairly clean but were a bit cold in January when we were there. breakfast was aslo good, but again the br… See more
The hotel has a good location, close to Aveneue Muhammed V, restaurants, shops and a shopping mall with the supermarket Carrefour. The rooms are fairly clean but were a bit cold in January when we were there. breakfast was aslo good, but again the brekfast room was cold in January. The staff was friendly and helpful and they have their own travel agency from which we oredered a day trip to Ourika Valley. Collapse
Hotel Caspien Marrakesh
Stay Date: 12/2016, helengolden503 wrote this review.
Surly, unfriendly receptionist made no apology of making us wait for more than 2 hours for our (pre booked) room. Breakfast staff had poor English and when i asked them if a dish was vegetarian said yes, but it was not - it was chicken - which to me … See more
Surly, unfriendly receptionist made no apology of making us wait for more than 2 hours for our (pre booked) room. Breakfast staff had poor English and when i asked them if a dish was vegetarian said yes, but it was not - it was chicken - which to me was completely disgusting. Receptionist could not have been more unhelpful. Positively aggressive. Thank heaven we only stayed one night. Would never go there again. Collapse
New district, upmarket, slick restaurant
Stay Date: 12/2016, Mister_Bump wrote this review.
Gueliz new district location, 30 min walk to the main square or 20-30 dirham cab ride. Stayed twice as part of Intrepid Travel group. Pros Friendly service Large, clean room Large cupboard Clean bathroom Big TV 2 minutes from Carrefour supermarket … See more
Gueliz new district location, 30 min walk to the main square or 20-30 dirham cab ride. Stayed twice as part of Intrepid Travel group. Pros Friendly service Large, clean room Large cupboard Clean bathroom Big TV 2 minutes from Carrefour supermarket 2 minutes from ATMs Biggest breakfast in my entire trip Posh restaurant and bar Quiet street Cons 30 minute walk from the medina You can store extra luggage in the baggage room if you start and finish your tour here. Wi-fi doesn't always get through every room. Collapse
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