Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) February 11, 2011
Hotel Valley Ho is offering a special spring training package for fans who want to see the San Francisco Giants, Oakland A's, and other great teams that come to play in the Cactus League.
Over the years, the hotel has been a resting stop for baseball players like Ted Williams and Bob Feller, and it continues to welcome players and fans alike. This season, fans will appreciate the Spring Training Package, which includes a Signature Guest Room, breakfast at ZuZu each morning of stay, VIP nightclub access, and a Westcor discount shopping book for Scottsdale Fashion Square – the largest mall in the Southwest. This package is valid for stays from February 27 to March 30, 2011, and rates start at $249 per night.
DETAILS: Cannot be combined with other offers, subject to availability, based on single or double occupancy, does not include gratuities, taxes, or service charges. VIP nightclub access excludes special events. Offer subject to change without notice.
Hotel Valley Ho is less than a mile from Scottsdale Stadium, the venue for the San Francisco Giants. To get to the stadium, fans can use the Downtown Scottsdale trolley, which stops near the hotel, and transfer to the Giants shuttle. Fans may also walk to one of the Giants shuttle stops, instead of transferring via the Downtown trolley. Hotel Valley Ho is also near the Phoenix Municipal Stadium, which is less than two miles away. Phoenix Municipal is the spring training home to the other big Bay Area team, the Oakland A’s. The Salt River Fields at Talking Stick stadium is the spring training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies, and is six miles from the hotel.
Trader Vic’s at Hotel Valley Ho is the perfect spot for after-the-game gatherings, walking distance from the stadium for the World Series champions. The restaurant recently re-designed its menu so that diners can get a lot more Tiki for a lot less clams, and features Polynesian fare and drinks like the Mai Tai and Scottsdale Cactus Bloom. Happy hour can be enjoyed right after the game, Monday to Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Sunday all evening long, starting at 4:00 p.m. There’s also live music every Friday and Saturday from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. that’s not to be missed. Trader Vic's began in Oakland in 1934, so fans visiting from the Bay Area will appreciate the Tiki connection.
Room reservations can be made at (866) 882-4484 and at http://www.hotelvalleyho.com.
About Hotel Valley Ho: Hotel Valley Ho is the hip hotel in Downtown Scottsdale. Originally opened in 1956 and reopened in 2005 after an $80 million rehabilitation, this 193-room urban retreat blends old with new: classic mid-century design with modern amenities like wireless internet access throughout, flat screen televisions in each room, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. There’s also VH Spa for Vitality + Health, ZuZu, the legendary Trader Vic's, and the Tower – the seven-story, artful, luxury hotel within a hotel. Long known for its connection to Hollywood, the Valley Ho has been a hideaway for Robert Wagner, Natalie Wood, Etta James, Jaime Foxx, Luke Wilson, and countless others.
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