If you're craving a desert getaway, head to Arizona and celebrate old Hollywood at two properties that exude modern charm and sophistication.
Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale | Paradise Valley, AZ
A desert icon, Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale is an upscale, LGBTQ-friendly, boutique resort with roots in 1950s modernism and history. Perfectly nestled below Camelback Mountain, the resort earned its namesake from the shadows cast by the iconic silhouettes each afternoon and was an instant success, catering to the likes of international travelers, visiting families, and Hollywood stars. The resort is home to The Short Course, Hearth '61, and The Citizens Club (think: golfing, swimming, and delicious food and beverage selections) and offers guests a perfect destination to enjoy outdoor hiking and biking with stunning desert scenery in Paradise Valley.
Hotel Valley Ho | Scottsdale, AZ
Hotel Valley Ho, a true Hollywood hideaway in its heyday, host to Bing Crosby, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, and Zsa Zsa Gabor, among others, has cool roots and combines the best of contemporary modernism with classic mid-century design details. Located in Downtown Scottsdale, the hotel is near some of the best spots in Scottsdale, from renowned restaurants to vintage boutiques and more. Hotel Valley Ho shines brighter than ever with notable additions including ZuZu, VH Spa, and the OH Pool, and is the place where your cool comes out to play.