Aviram takes charge at Hotel Valley Ho as new general manager

The iconic Hotel Valley Ho in downtown Scottsdale is welcoming a new member to its team, General Manager Ronen Aviram.

Ronan Aviram

Ronan Aviram

He will oversee all aspects of operations at this true icon of 1950s modernism, according to a press release.

Ronen assumed his new position on Aug. 1, returning to the hotel after serving as its pre-opening director of guest operations from 2005 to 2008. He has 18 years of hospitality management experience, most recently serving as the Hotel Manager for Swissotel Chicago.

Mr. Aviram has also held management positions at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Beverly Wilshire, Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole, and several other properties, the release states.

With experience overseeing front office, rooms, communications, and guest operations, as well as a master’s degree in hotel and food service management, he has the well-rounded knowledge needed to create an exceptional guest experience.

“I am delighted to rejoin the outstanding team at Hotel Valley Ho,” Mr. Aviram said in a prepared statement.

“It is truly a one-of-a-kind property for both guests and colleagues. I look forward to working with my fellow “Ambassadors of Love” who will truly show each guest and colleague how grateful we are to have them at Hotel Valley Ho.”

Originally opened in 1956 and recently restored to its former splendor, Hotel Valley Ho aspires to be an urban retreat with a mid-century style and modern amenities.

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