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Berlin Hotel feedback

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I am looking at two hotels for our Sat-Tues stay in Berlin. We arrive and depart from the main train station. We want to see the recommended sites such as Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, the wall, ride bikes, train to Potsdam, eat good food (still researching our itinerary) Please weigh in on ease of walking/public transport to the sites and restaurants from these hotels. Also is there construction going on near either of these hotels. Other suggestions in the 400E for two rooms range is welcome. Last post like this led me to a great choice in Munich,

I started with Traveller1959's nice list of hotels from different neighborhoods, but the only one that came close to being reasonable w/ our need for two separate rooms was one he/she has not stayed in. I realize these two hotels are very different in price points. neighborhoods and lodging experiences. And I am leaning toward the less expensive Courtyard because we will be out so much. I want a good night's sleep....and ya'll know the things that ruin that.......early morn construction noise, noise from other rooms, lousy mattress, etc. I am the worst sleeper on these European trips!

Courtyard Berlin City Center/Axel Springer Strasse 55 (Picked because of a discount w/ marriott)

Waldorf Astoria Berlin/Hardenbergstr.28

ApartHotel recs are welcome.

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