0.13km from Vana Viru PubWhen we asked about a transfer from the train station we were told Cru Hotel didn't do them because it's so close - we could walk. It might be OK for somebody with only 10kg of luggage (it's about 1km as the crow flies) but we were a party of three with a lot of luggage and it was raining; we had to get taxis to the pedestrianised street, then walk 50m to the door. Booking.com says they do hotel transfers - obviously this should be changed. On the flip-side, we were there for a long weekend and the central location was great for walking the old city, visiting art galleries etc. We ate at the pretty upmarket Cru restaurant first night - it was modern "gastronomic" menu. I was more pleased with my meal than the others. Prices for food and wine were moderate for northern Europe. We ate elsewhere the other 2 nights. My husband and I were upgraded to a suite at the top of the (historic) building, which meant going up 3 STEEP staircases. The hotel provided help with the luggage going up, but not when we checked out. Our friend's bag was damaged being pulled upstairs by the staff. Without doubt the rooms had character but our friend's room was a single and small. She couldn't sit up straight in bed because of ceiling beams over the bed. She asked to be moved. Our suite was spacious but there was an intermittent sewerage smell during our stay - and it wasn't coming from OUR bathroom. Our suite looked on to the street and we did get reveller noise on the first night. We also got noise/vibration from a nearby room - we think it was the hotel laundry. The breakfast was very good - served in the restaurant - and staff generally friendly. It's a reasonable moderately-priced mid-range option; maybe I'd stay again.