Hotel Options

We are not blocking rooms in nearby hotels. But here are the closest hotels to Wilton center, listed from north to south.

Days Inn

296 Ethan Allen Highway Ridgefield, 1-203-438-3781

From $80 – Website

Simple 2-story hotel on Route 7. All rooms and suites include free WiFi, TVs, desks with ergonomic chairs, microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers; some add kitchens or whirlpool tubs. Kids 17 and under stay free with a paying adult. A free continental breakfast buffet is provided. There’s a restaurant/bar, a hot tub, an exercise room and a business center.

Hilton Garden Inn

560 Main Ave, Norwalk; Phone(203) 523-4000

Around $140 – Website

5 miles’ drive from the South Norwalk Train Station.  All rooms offer flat-screen TVs, microwaves, minifridges and free WiFi. Continental or cooked-to-order breakfast is available (fee), and there’s a restaurant serving American cuisine, as well as a low-key bar and a 24/7 market. There’s also a fitness center and a heated indoor pool with a hot tub.

Courtyard by Marriott, Norwalk

474 Main Ave, Norwalk: (203) 849-9111

Starting at $120 – Website

Rooms offer free WiFi, minifridges and coffeemakers. Suites and upgraded rooms add living areas with pull-out sofas, and some have microwaves. Social spaces include a living room-style lobby, a restaurant serving Starbucks coffee, an indoor pool, an exercise room, and a business center.

Even Hotel Norwalk

426 Main Avenue, US-7, Norwalk: (203) 846-9355

Starting at $142 – Website

EVEN Hotel rooms welcome wellness-minded travelers with a modern sanctuary designed to promote much-needed rest, productive work environments and energy-boosting workouts. Each room features an in-room fitness zone, spa-like showers to unwind and invigorate, and restful touches.

Hotel Zero Degrees

353 Main Ave, Norwalk: (203) 750-9800

Average $150 –Website

Boutique hotel in Norwalk, CT offers sophisticated style and delectable dining onsite for corporate travelers. Some rooms have river views, and a quiet lounge offers all-day complimentary coffee, tea, and morning breakfast.



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