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 With Mother’s Day close by, many spas are offering promotions and deals that can be used by mom–or just about any women. One deal: VH Spa for Vitality + Health at Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale, Arizona is throwing a “Mother’s Day Spa Party”, on Sunday May 9.

The cost: $125, ($25 recommended gratuity not included).

What’s included:

  • A 60-minute treatment (offered between 8:00 am and 7:00 pm). Choose from Full Body Massage, Being TRUE Facial, and Ultimate Pedicure.
  • Up to 4 mini-treatments (offered between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm). Choose from Deep Six Lower Back Massage, Tibetan Yoginic Chair Massage, Eye Contour Treatment, Aromatherapy Hand Treatment, Fingernail Polish Change, Foot Scrub and Massage, Quantum Biofeedback Stress Buster, and more.
  • Complimentary yoga, belly dance, and hula dance classes (offered throughout the day)
  • Tea Forte cocktail infusion

 The mini treatments and the 60-minute service must be booked at time of reservation. All guests will be able to enjoy 4-mini treatments as long as they are pre-booked. To make a reservation, call 480.421-7777. Reservations are required.

Hotel Valley Ho originally opened in 1956 and reopened in 2005 after an $80 million rehabilitation, this 193-room urban retreat blends classic mid-century modern design with conveniences like wireless internet access throughout, flat screen televisions, and a state-of-the-art exercise facility. Known for its connection to Hollywood, the Valley Ho has been a resting stop for such film stars as Bing Crosby, Robert Wagner, Natalie Wood, Janet Leigh, Tony Curtis, Jaime Foxx, and Jane Seymour.

 Hotel Valley Ho, 6850 E. Main St., Scottsdale, at the intersection of Indian School Rd. and 68th Street.


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