My Place Hotels announces five new openings by 2017

My Place Hotel-West Valley City, Utah

My Place Hotels announced a spate of hotel openings planned through January 2017. 

Each of the hotels are pet friendly and include a kitchen with a two-burner cooktop, a microwave and a full refrigerator. Guests will have access to on-site laundry facilities, free high-speed Internet and a 24-hour marketplace.

1. My Place Hotel-West Valley City, Utah

Opened this month. The hotel is the brand's 23rd property, and its first in Utah. The hotel is independently owned by MP WVC, and managed by Legacy Management.

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2. My Place Hotel-Loveland, Colo.

Coming soon, it will open late June. Construction is nearly completed on the 64-room hotel, which is independently owned by RS Loveland and operated by Legacy Management.

3. My Place Lubbock, Texas

Currently in development with plans to open in August 2016. This will be the second My Place hotel in Texas, and the property is independently owned by KAMP Hotels and managed by Legacy Management.

4. My Place Hotel Kansas City/Independence, Mo.

The hotel is expected to open in fall 2016. Construction on the hotel is underway, and it will be independently owned by Independence MP and operated by Legacy Management. Independence MP has over 40 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

5. My Place Hotels Marquette, Mich.

The 63-room hotel is slated to open in January 2017. The hotel will replace an existing Perkins Restaurant, which closed its doors Sunday, April 24. The hotel is independently owned by Westwood of Marquette, and a management company for the property has yet to be revealed.

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