I usually consider that Ibis hotel rooms are too cramped. Accor could alleviate this problem by installing shelf space particularly in the bathroom.. However, on this occasion I got a bit lucky. They gave me room 108 which is at the end of the corridor, where there was a cavity which permitted part of the bathroom to fit into the cavity. Consequently the bedroom benefited with extra space. I suspect that this might apply to all rooms ending with 08 but I cannot say for sure. The room had a nice seaview, but it looked a bit ungly when the tide was out. In low season, there is free parking in all the blue spaces, although sometimes you might have to park in a different street to the hotel. There was no English language news channel. BBC World News appeared in the TV menu but thee was no signal. They did have 2 English business channels, CNBC and Bloomberg. I would have preferred BBC World News in place of Bloomberg. I think that absence of an English news channel is a serious detriment if the hotel wants UK or American customers. The explanation I got from the hotel was that the availability of channels was determined by their satellite provider, and they could do nothing. However either the hotel or their TV provider is at serious fault. I would gave been happy with the English version of France 24. The French version of this channel was available, so I don't understand why the English version could not be provided. The hotel was clean, and staff were as friendly and helpful as they could be. Roscoff is a nice quiet town in which to wind down, even in winter. If you come by car, and you are using a TomTom satnav, be aware that TomTom seems to think that the entrance to the hotel is facing the sea. If you were to follow TomTom's directions, you would drive past the hotel and turn right into a narrow blind alley from which it would be very difficult to reverse out, without damaging your car. Fortunately, I didn't like the look of the passage, so I got out to take a look at it, and realised that TomTom was screwing up.