Accommodation Options

Here are a few overnight accommodation options for the Walk to Mary:

St. Norbert Abbey
The Norbertine Center for Spirituality at St. Norbert Abbey (1016 N. Broadway, De Pere, WI 54115) has sleeping rooms available on a first come, first served basis.  The cost is $40 per single room and $50 per alcove room with a double bed.  Rooms can be reserved (at least one week in advance) by calling the Norbertine Center for Spirituality at (920) 337-4315.

Please note:
-  Each private room has a bed, desk, comfortable chair, and sink. The abbey provides soap, washcloth, hand towel, and bath towel in each room. All bedding (including pillows and blankets) is provided.
-  There are separate men's and women's community bathrooms and showers on each floor.
-  Meals are not provided. However, retreatants are welcome to provide their own food and use the Norbertine Center for Spirituality's first floor coffee room. There is also a refrigerator and a microwave in that room.

Holiday Inn Express Green Bay East
This contemporary hotel is a 6-minute drive from St. Norbert College and an 8-mile drive from Austin Straubel International Airport.  The modern rooms come with flat-screen TVs and desks, plus premium cable channels, coffeemakers and minifridges. Kids 19 and under stay free with an adult and there's free WiFi in every room, as well as a choice of hard and soft pillows. Suites add separate living spaces with whirlpool tubs and kitchenettes.Amenities include a free breakfast bar, an indoor pool, hot tub and a fitness center, as well as free parking.

Contact hotel at 920-593-4600 and mention Walk to Mary for group rates!

Comfort Suites - Green Bay
Comfort Suites in Green Bay has held the reputation of a premier area hotel destination since they opened their doors. From "The Rock Garden", a gorgeous 20,000 square foot convention and banquet facility to "Splash!", an exciting indoor water park:.  All of the suites include the following: Refrigerator, Microwave, Wet Bar, Sofa Sleeper, & Highspeed Wireless Internet.


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"As part of the New Evangelization, I invite all in our area who are able to join in this journey of faith. Participation in this pilgrimage is a wonderful way to engage the entire family, and especially our young people."

Bishop David L. Ricken
of the Diocese of Green Bay