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 615 reviews
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Restaurant offers top notch dining expeience
Stay Date: 10/2016, thewomby wrote this review.
Did not stay in hotel but was brought there for a fancy dinner with a tour group of 16 pax, restaurant offers outdoor dining next to a sparkling in ground pool, and very top end set up with nice white table clothes and menu is Modern European/French … See more
Did not stay in hotel but was brought there for a fancy dinner with a tour group of 16 pax, restaurant offers outdoor dining next to a sparkling in ground pool, and very top end set up with nice white table clothes and menu is Modern European/French cuisine, very happy with three course meal I ordered, cocktails are so so, they really don't know how to make cocktail since it's muslim country you can't really find lots of alcohol. beautiful atmosphere an ambience, it was the best meal we had in Morocco, so will recommend it to fellow travellers. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, Sparkie09 wrote this review.
Stayed for 3 nites with a group of 18 pax, convenient locality but needs an overhaul. No doubt a pleasant stay , reception looks too outdated, the Moroccan decor in the hotel does not enhance the decor because of dim lighting. Next as you switch on t… See more
Stayed for 3 nites with a group of 18 pax, convenient locality but needs an overhaul. No doubt a pleasant stay , reception looks too outdated, the Moroccan decor in the hotel does not enhance the decor because of dim lighting. Next as you switch on the light to get to your room it just goes off after 5 steps and one has to grope in the dark...is it power saving? The beds n bedding comfortable but bathrooms are bad , the floor hasn't been scrubbed , the fixtures tarnished and space is too small with a hudge bath tub, walls unpainted. The stairway too badly illuminated even during the day...and rooms have no points for charging. The restaurant by the pool or even the rooftop serve excellent food chanallised from the same kitchen ...had some delicious squids as starters.. The breakfast area was too dingy and breakfast nothing exceptional unlike other hotels in Morocco. Also disappointing was that 2 rooms of our group requested for a change as they were unhappy with their couple room. Collapse
Caspien - Its getting better
Stay Date: 09/2016, c4nkr wrote this review.
Just returned from our 4th visit - the last (and i thought it was my last) was in June but had another 2 week stay and bloody glad i did. We stayed in our favourite room (105, pool view and quiet) and tbh nothing has really changed from last review, … See more
Just returned from our 4th visit - the last (and i thought it was my last) was in June but had another 2 week stay and bloody glad i did. We stayed in our favourite room (105, pool view and quiet) and tbh nothing has really changed from last review, we just feel comfy there. What has changed, and for the better, are the evening meals. Staying half board you are presented with a different menu to the a la carte menu - obviously really or they would go bankrupt, and whereas in the past visits i was heartily sick of the repetition after a week and eat out a lot in the evening, there was an awful lot less of it this time as well as some really nice new meals. For the first time I ate in EVERY night and thoroughly enjoyed all the meals. Yes a lot are repeated, the kofte tagine being probably the most frequent (cheap and easy I guess but oh so tasty) but with the additional meals there is always something new. Congrats to whoever thought up the new menus. Now all you need to do is apply the same methods to the breakfast. There is now an addition at breakfast of a rather good salad bar and that was just about enough to keep my interest for the two weeks BUT the general view from all the residents is that it is not enough (how can they create such great evening meals but fall down so badly with breakfast?). All that is needed is a revamp of the poor 'heated' items and to provide some fresh cooked food - Omelettes, fried eggs etc cooked to order as done in many hotels world wide. I cannot fault the fresh bread and Moroccan pastries that do liven up the breakfast, and i think they have even repaired or renewed the ancient style toaster (but i do not like the sweet bread supplied for toasting) The staff are generally excellent, although i get the distinct impression that those on the naughty step get relegated to the Sky Bar, involving an awful lot of toing and froing from top to bottom) and I would like to thank the lady in reception on our last day who helped stop us panicking when our airport transfer did not arrive by constantly phoning the 'emergency' number that was answered b a robot!! We will almost certainly be back in Marrakech next year and more than likely be back at the Caspien as its good points far far outweigh the bad. Point to note for anyone heading out to 'Kesh - Allow a lot of extra time for traversing the airport as they now appear to have become security conscious, but done it Moroccan style - 1 x-ray machine to be used by everyone arriving - it took over an hour to get through once we had picked up the bags and nearly resulted in fights due to the total ignorance or complete lack of caring about the concept of queueing by anyone not British. Large queues on returning as well as machines now activated on all access doors. Hopefully this will all disappear when the new terminal opens. Collapse
roof top restaurant ............... fabulous
Stay Date: 08/2016, ZIGGY2211 wrote this review.
the food at the restaurants is supper..............calamari melts in your mouth........... the roof top restaurant is beautiful.....the view and the gentle breeze ..... hotel rooms ok ...overall .maintenance needed ..bathrooms need to be redone.....… See more
the food at the restaurants is supper..............calamari melts in your mouth........... the roof top restaurant is beautiful.....the view and the gentle breeze ..... hotel rooms ok ...overall .maintenance needed ..bathrooms need to be redone........the flooring is looking worn out ........so it looks unkept .bath tubs to be scraped so there is more space to move in the bathroom...... breakfast and staff were good..... please be cautious travelling to the main square ......and at the main square al fann... lots of lovely shops around...walking distance..... Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2016, dreamer215 wrote this review.
Stayed here for one night as part of a tour. This hotel gets an average rating from me because I was brushing my teeth when a roach came out of the sink. Ewww. Also rooms are very small. Breakfast offered more than just bread, but the food was not go… See more
Stayed here for one night as part of a tour. This hotel gets an average rating from me because I was brushing my teeth when a roach came out of the sink. Ewww. Also rooms are very small. Breakfast offered more than just bread, but the food was not good. Hotel is kind of far from the medina, and it was very challenging for me to get a decently priced taxi to the medina. I did eat at the restaurant on the last day of my stay, and the food was quite good. Collapse
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