Hotel le Caspien
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel le Caspien Marrakech
This hotel was a nice change from some of the other hotels that we had stayed at during our tour. It is a 3 star hotel, the rooms are nice an clean and they have a restaurant, small pool ( where you can get a beer) and also a roof top bar. There are some good restaurants within walking distance. It is in the new part of town so the only downfall is that you will need to take a taxi ( about $5) to the souk and main square .
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