New My Place hotel planned near Nashville

My Place Hotels of America signed a franchise agreement to open its first hotel in the Nashville area. The new four-story, 63-room My Place Hotel-Nashville/Lebanon is set to begin construction early December, shooting for an opening date in Q2 2017.

Lebanon’s newest hotel will be located at 1004 Cumberland Center Boulevard off Exit 238 of I-40, and will be located near dining and retail options, as well as downtown Nashville.

The hotel is owned by MP Lebanon and operated by Legacy Management.

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“Newly constructed economy extended stay hotels are hard to find,” MP Lebanon representative Eric Myers said in a statement. “That’s why we think a My Place Hotel is perfect for a busy interstate and construction market like Lebanon, Tenn. Couple that with easy access to Nashville and a My Place Hotel was the logical decision.”

All My Place Hotels guestrooms offer a My Kitchen complete with a two-burner cooktop, a microwave and a full refrigerator. The property is pet friendly and will also include on-site laundry facilities, complimentary high-speed internet service and a 24-hour My Store, located in the hotel lobby and stocked with supplies.

My Place Hotels of America currently has 28 hotels open and operating with a near-term pipeline of over 18 additional hotels and midterm commitments for upwards of 40 more hotels to follow, planned in more than a dozen states.

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