My Place Hotels of America opens 70th property

My Place Hotels of America has opened the My Place Hotels-Idaho Falls in Idaho Falls, Idaho. This marks the 70th open and operating My Place property nationally. Guard Hospitality manages the property, which is owned by MP Idaho Falls and was developed by Legacy Builders. 
The 64-key pet-friendly property has onsite laundry, a grilling station, and a 24-hour grab-and-go store stocked with food, beverages and other necessities. Each guestroom includes a full kitchen and coffee maker.

The property is near historic downtown Idaho Falls and is adjacent to the new Snake River Landing Development. Idaho Falls is the largest city east of Idaho’s capital, with an estimated population of approximately 64,000 people. The city serves as the commercial, cultural, and healthcare hub for Eastern Idaho, Western Wyoming, and Southern Montana. Idaho Falls’ location in the greater Bonneville County is often referred to as the “Gateway to Yellowstone Park” due to its proximity to one of the nation’s most popular national parks and its own recreational activities.

My Place Hotels-Idaho Falls is also the official hotel partner of the Idaho Falls Spud Kings, one of the newest franchises in the United States Premier Hockey League’s Tier 3 Mountain Division, and is minutes from Mountain America Center, where the Spud Kings play. 

"We were very excited to see My Place Hotels-Idaho Falls officially open its doors at the end of 2023," Ryan Rivett, co-founder and CEO of My Place Hotels, said in a statement. "This property boasts an incredible location, and we are confident that our robust offerings will distinguish us in this dynamic market. As we look forward to additional openings in 2024, we are eager to leverage our momentum to expand our presence with a focus on strategic growth."