Scottsdale, AZ -- Hotel Valley Ho, Scottsdale's urban resort and spa, has been selected for membership into Preferred Hotels & Resorts, an organization that recognizes independently owned luxury hotels and resorts that provide the highest standards of quality and extraordinary service.
"We are so excited to be selected by Preferred Hotels. We set out to provide the best quality and service for our guests, going above and beyond to meet their needs and desires," said Jesse Thompson, director of sales and marketing at Hotel Valley Ho. "This membership acknowledges our dedicated staff and the goal to continuously exceed our guests' expectations."
To qualify as a Preferred hotel or resort, each property must pass Preferred's award-winning "Standards of Excellence." This exhaustive quality assurance program, which includes an annual, unannounced inspection, ensures that only the best hotels are Preferred hotels.
Every detail encountered during a typical stay is meticulously checked during the inspection including the cleanliness of the guest rooms from corner to corner, the dedication of the concierge to meet special requests, and the commitment and care of the entire staff in anticipating guests' needs.
About Hotel Valley Ho
Hotel Valley Ho celebrated its 50th anniversary on December 20, 2006. Reopened in December 2005 following an $80 million renovation, this 194 room urban retreat has been a resting stop for Bing Crosby, Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood, Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, Jaime Foxx, Jane Seymour and countless weekday road warriors and weekend visitors.
Hotel Valley Ho is a marriage of moderns: classic mid-century modern architecture and modern amenities, like complimentary wireless internet access throughout the entire property, large flatscreen televisions in all guest rooms and spacious bright bathrooms with soaking tubs in the Studio rooms. The hotel also features the VH (Vitality and Health) Spa which has been recognized by the country's top travel magazines as one of the best new spas to open this year; Cafe Zuzu, serving all-American comfort food with a modern twist under the direction of Chef Charles Wiley; and the reintroduction to Scottsdale of Trader Vic's, the iconic home of mai tais and pupu platters, in a new location at the hotel.
Reservations can be made through the hotel at 480-248-2000, on the web at www.hotelvalleyho.com or through Preferred Hotels & Resorts at 800-323-7500 or through its website www.preferredhotels.com.
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