Finding you the best rates...
10 expert recommendations
Hotel Valley Ho nails it on many levels: It's within walking distance of Old Town Scottsdale, and it has quality service, decor, and food.Choose between Cafe ZuZu, a comfort-food diner, and the legendary Trader Vic's, a Polynesian restaurant.
Restored to its original splendor, rooms are retro-chic but never twee. Lounge by the pool – just like when it was a desert paradise for top stars of the time – or stroll about in walk-able Scottsdale. Full review →
This Scottsdale hot-spot hotel was recently restored to its former '50s fabulousness, and the rooms don't disappoint with retro furnishings and styling. Full review →
The Valley Ho is one of my favorite Scottsdale hotels; it's hip and convenient, and has loads of outdoor space for soaking up the sun. Full review →
The hotel's location, within walking distance to downtown's galleries and shops, makes it a nice departure from the area's many desert resorts. Full review →
Historic midcentury modern hotel with a party-centric pool scene and splurge-worthy spa. Full review →
Everything's swell at the Valley Ho, where midcentury modern gets a 21st-century twist. Full review →
An institution in Scottsdale since it opened in 1956, the Valley Ho exudes a retro charm that draws the young and the hip. Full review →
In 2004, Westroc Hotels & Resorts saved this old motor inn from the wrecking ball, and today the vibe is Rat Pack for the 21st century. Full review →Hang poolside with some piped-in Sinatra and the bar’s superb Cosmo, or take a historic walking tour of the property.
Dating back to the 1950s, this "trendy" Downtown/Old Town Scottsdale "landmark" is a "hip and swank" "midcentury gem" featuring a "cordial" staff and "attractive" guestrooms.
With more sunshine and more wide-open space than Phoenicians know what to do with, Arizona has long been a treasure chest full of sparkling resorts eager to accommodate. The experts can help you find the best. Read more →