Ronald McDonald House Room Becomes Valley Ho Cool

Hotel updates guest room from Disney themed to mid-century modern

Hotel Valley Ho recently partnered with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix to update an outdated guest room. Ronald McDonald House Charities provides a home away from home for children and their families who travel to Phoenix to receive treatment for serious illnesses and injuries.

The room had some wear and tear and a Mickey Mouse theme. Adult guests generally spend much more time in the rooms than children, so the Hotel Valley Ho team wanted to update the style to something more fitting for adults, yet still colorful and welcoming to children. After some demolition and ceiling repair, a new paint job was completed and new tile added throughout the room. New décor, including a wall-mounted TV, completed the mid-century modern look. The finished room is similar to the guest rooms found at the downtown Scottsdale hotel.

Hotel Valley Ho employees also provided donated items to the Ronald McDonald House, and visit the house four times per year to cook dinner for all the residents as part of the “Meals That Heal” program.

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