My Place opens its first Colorado hotel

Colorado’s first My Place Hotel is now open for business. The company's 25th My Place Hotel is open in Loveland, Colo., at 3975 Peralta Drive, central to developments taking place in Northern Colorado.

The brand new three-story, 64-room hotel is independently owned by RS Loveland and operated by Legacy Management. Part of the owner group is Colorado native John Segelke, who shares his experience in real estate and development in Denver and the Northern Colorado Front Range with the property.

“We are thrilled to deliver the first My Place Hotel to Colorado and the City of Loveland,” Segelke said. “We believe that this competitively-priced extended-stay concept will offer travelers an outstanding alternative to other lodging options in the area. We look forward to serving our guests and becoming a part of the Loveland community.”


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All My Place Hotels offer modern amenities such as My Kitchens in all guestrooms, 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.

My Place Hotels of America currently has 25 hotels open and operating with a near-term pipeline of over 18 additional hotels and mid-term commitments for upwards of 40 more hotels to follow, planned in more than a dozen states.

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