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Hotel Valley Ho Scottsdale, Arizona


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6850 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Sales: 888.262.2235 Director of Sales & Marketing: Jesse Thompson www.hotelvalleyho.com


QUICK FACTS Affiliation


Accommodations Singles/Doubles/Suites


Max Group Size (rooms/people) Room Rates


Preferred Hotels & Resorts Historic Hotels of America


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152/78/24 230/550


High $199 - $359 Low $99 - $199


Resort Fee: 0 Room Tax: 14.92% Sales Tax: incl.


High Season n Low Season n Shoulder Season Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec


MEETING SPACE Largest Meeting Room


Total Indoor


Total Indoor/Outdoor AMENITIES


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4,000 Sq. Ft. 12,000 Sq. Ft. 25,000 Sq. Ft.


Business: Business center; event planner and production offices; in-house audiovisual and state- of-the-art lighting; media wall; and high-speed wired and wireless Internet access with upgraded bandwidth.


Recreation: Full-service spa, fitness facility, movement studio, pool, Jacuzzis, and bike rentals.


Nearby: The shops and galleries of Old Town Scottsdale, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Waterfront, Fashion Square Mall, Desert Botanical Gardens, Phoenix Zoo, Heard Museum, Taliesen West, and nine golf courses just minutes away.


AIRPORT PROXIMITY Phoenix Sky Harbor International


Airport (PHX) Scottsdale Airport (SCF)


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“I just wanted to express how truly impressed we were with your entire staff—extremely attentive and competent from top to bottom.”


In 1957, Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood held their wedding reception at the Hotel Valley Ho, recognized as the height of mid-century modern design at the time. The hotel’s 50-year-plus history brims with names like Bing Crosby, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, and Zsa Zsa Gabor. In 2002 it joined the historic register of Scottsdale, Arizona, and three years later reopened with its mid-century glory restored, expanded, and updated at a cost of $80 million. One admiring critic raved about the recaptured Jetsons-in-the-desert flavor. Another called it one of the best examples of preserved mid- century hotels in the country. Set on nearly nine acres at the western edge


—Aries Massaro National Football League (NFL)


of Old Town Scottsdale, today’s Valley Ho offers 230 four-diamond guest rooms and suites. All have glass walls opening to private balconies or patios.


The 39 rooms and suites in the Tower heighten the sense of pampering with amenities like curbside check-in and twice-daily maid service. Groups of up to 550 meet in 12,000 square feet of indoor conference space plus another 13,000 square feet outdoors, including the Main Place Courtyard, Palm Court, and exclusive Sky Line Rooftop Terrace overlooking the Valley of the Sun.


Guests lounge at the sparkling martini-glass-and-olive–shaped pool and 7 miles 8 miles


cabanas, and revitalize at the VH Spa and fitness center with workouts, yoga, belly dance classes, and indulgent body services. Culinary offerings include ZuZu, serving classic American comfort food with a modern twist; Oh Pool Bar, featuring light poolside fare; and around-the-clock service from in-room dining.


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