The Norwalk Inn & Conference Center

The Norwalk Inn & Conference Center

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Norwalk, Connecticut  ·  The Norwalk Inn and Conference Center features 77 guest rooms and suites and 4,000 sq feet of event space. Call us at (203) 838-2000.
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