The Capaldi Hotel
Even at full capacity The Capaldi Hotel never feels too busy – with expansive gardens and plenty of spaces to tuck yourself away, you can enjoy the serene beauty of the Atlas Mountains, whilst only an arm’s reach to the city and Lalla Takerkoust Lake.
Just 35 minutes from Marrakech lies an oasis of romance and luxury. Fragrant gardens and gnarled old olive trees encircle the 23 rooms and suites of The Capaldi’s secluded retreat. Comfortable, yet sleek; modern, yet with a touch of tradition. This is the thinking behind the design at the Capaldi, a place where everywhere you look there’s something beautiful to see. Each of the guest rooms is unique, with rich textiles and carefully selected antiques creating an atmosphere of understated luxury. Take a romantic stroll through the landscaped gardens, pool terraces and covered loggias to find secret spots surrounded by beauty.
The two swimming pools, traditional spa, private cinema and haute cuisine restaurant complete this inviting picture. The staff are attentive but discreet, ensuring a relaxing stay. From Marrakech day trips, or hiking in the Atlas Mountains, to intimate dinners for two on the terrace.
Food & Drink
The restaurant of the Capaldi Hotel is an attraction in its own right - bold modern European cuisine and local dishes. From homemade, slow-cooked lamb tagine with sweet apricots to artichoke carpaccio with passion fruit vinaigrette . Take a seat in their atmospheric dining room, or dine al fresco on the panoramic roof terrace. Refined, yet friendly; traditional, but with a decidedly metropolitan vibe. A destination restaurant that’s well worth leaving the city behind you.
Chef Mounir Hassni honed his talents at Michelin-starred eateries across Europe and the Middle East, including Restaurant Guy Savoy in Paris. His cooking takes inspiration from these travels, bringing together the best of French and Italian cuisine in a north African setting.