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Book by May 1, and save $20 a night

2008 Summer Rates and Packages Announced

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, March 31, 2008
- Hotel Valley Ho, Scottsdale's urban resort and spa, has announced its summer rates for 2008, and they include special savings for bookings made by May 1. The Early Bird Booking Special offers Hotel Valley Ho's Signature guest rooms for $109 weekdays and $129 on weekends. These rates represent a $20 savings per night, and are offered for travel from June 1 to August 31, 2008.

Hotel Valley Ho also puts the sizzle in summer with two new packages for 2008:

The "So Summer" Special Package
$149 per night
Includes: Free drink upon arrival (one drink per registered guest), 10% off the first VH Spa visit, 20% off the first Trader Vic's restaurant visit, a free Cake n Shake dessert with entrée purchase in ZuZu (one per table) and a Westcor Shopping book with over $700 in discounts.

The 'Take It Off' Summer Special
$159 per night
Receive a $50 per night resort credit to use as you wish at the Valley Ho's VH Spa, ZuZu or Trader Vic's restaurants.

Summer rates at the mid-century modern landmark hotel have been set at $129 weekdays and $149 weekends.

To book The Early Bird Special or any of the 2008 summertime offers, please call Hotel Valley Ho reservations at 866-882-4484, or visit Summer rates are offered from June 1 to August 31, 2008, subject to availability, and do not include taxes.

About Hotel Valley Ho: Hotel Valley Ho is the legendary hip hotel in Scottsdale celebrating its 52nd year in business. Reopened in December 2005 following an $80 million rehabilitation, this 194 room urban resort + spa blends the old with the new: Classic mid-century modern architecture and modern conveniences like complimentary wireless Internet access throughout, flat screen televisions, a state-of-the-art exercise facility, the VH Spa for Vitality + Health, ZuZu restaurant and the legendary Trader Vic's. Long known for its connection to Hollywood glamour, the Hotel Valley Ho has been a resting stop for Bing Crosby, Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood, Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, Jaime Foxx, Jane Seymour and countless visitors. With the recent completion of The Tower at Hotel Valley Ho, you can now call the Valley Ho "home." The seven-story tower offers spectacular city and mountain views from two-story lofts, one- and two- bedroom condominiums, and exclusive penthouses.


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