A H O T E L W I T H H I S T O RY. A H O L LY W O O D H I D E AWAY. Hotel Valley Ho was born as an escape for the Hollywood elite, a meeting place of Scottsdale society, and an oasis for travelers from around the country. It was the spot for poolside fashion shows, martinis in the Arabian Lounge, and celebrity sightings. As the first hotel in the Valley to blend Southwestern and mid-century modern architecture, it became an instant icon of the era. “one of the countr y’s bestpreser ved examples of mid-centur y modern architecture” Extensive renovations have brought the Valley Ho to a new standard of luxury, while honoring its classic design roots. During the restoration, Westroc Hospitality was careful to preserve the signature architectural elements designed by Edward Varney, a renowned Arizona architect of the Frank Lloyd Wright era. Hotel Valley Ho remains one of the country’s bestpreserved examples of mid-century modern architecture. And now, its future is as golden as its past.