Make Yourself at Home at the Hotel Valley Ho

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Originally built in 1956, and designed by Edward Varney, the historic Hotel Valley Ho has a definitive 1950s, old Hollywood design about it, with stylish interiors and iconic furnishings. And added in 2005, the landmark resort’s luxurious seven-story Residential Tower can offer patrons a chance to call these beautiful accommodations home. The tower’s third through top floors are divided into spacious penthouses, two-story lofts, and one- and two-bedroom condominiums overlooking the bustling Old Town Scottsdale landscape, the scenic McDowell Mountains, the famous Camelback Mountain, and the Valley Ho pool.

There’s no doubt about it, these spaces are an affluent city dweller’s dream. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls, panoramic views, state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures, private terraces and brightly colored retro furnishings are just some of the features installed by Hayes Architecture/Interiors that you can enjoy in your new living space. Imagine entertaining dinner guests in the seventh-floor, nearly 1,800-square-foot penthouse, which includes 11-foot-high ceilings, two master bedrooms, a long balcony, and breathtaking views of Northeast Scottsdale.

And with its history of serving so many members of old Hollywood royalty, it’s no wonder the Valley Ho knows how to treat its Tower residents to the best of the best, offering such services as housekeeping, room service, a concierge, valet service, and many more excellent perks. Contact the sales office for more information on how to come home to stay at the Hotel Valley Ho.

Prices start in the $700s. The Hotel Valley Ho is located at 6850 E. Main St. in Downtown Scottsdale 602.502.3958

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