As a Motor Hotel


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As a Motor Hotel
Scottsdale Public Library

The architecture of the Hotel Valley Ho reflected both the optimism of mid-century America, including the clean horizontal lines and angles that characterized what became known as "mid-century modern" architecture. Architect Edward Varney also designed the hotel with the era's automobile culture in mind. An early "motel," the Valley Ho featured a drive-up entrance at the intersection of Main Street (later Indian School Road) and 68th Street.


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