A highlight of this hotel is definitely the friendly and accommodating staff. No request was too big or too small. The location is very convenient to the train and bus station, as we made Rennes our base to explore surrounding towns including St. Malo, Dinard, Dinan, Fougeres, Vitre, and Auray. The room itself left a bit to be desired. The WC was in a separate little room off of the entry hall. The sink was in another room next to the bed. The sink was very inconvenient, about three feet wide and two inches deep, leaving no space for toiletries. The distance between the water spigot and the bottom of the sink was only three inches, making it very difficult to wash hands thoroughly. There was no washcloth, either. Needless to say, we did not consume any meals at the hotel.
It was nice to have a refrigerator in the room, right next to the bathroom, but it was filled with junk food with no space for healthy snacks. There was also a Nescafe machine which we didn't use. The bed was large, but hard (not memory foam).
The Internet was slow and disconnects after the world's shortest time-out, making it necessary to log in again, and again, and again. I still remember the password.
Be sure to look out your window at sunset. A huge swarm of birds creates living sculptures in the sky around the hotel before settling into the nearby trees for the night. Quite a sight to see.
It would have been nice to have a place to put our suitcases, other than on the floor.
In short, our small three-star hotel in Paris was more comfortable than this "four star" hotel, although the staff was just as nice. less