My Place Hotels debuts 48th, 49th hotels

Stepping Stones Development owns and developed the My Place Hotel in Hurricane, Utah. Photo credit: My Place Hotels of America

My Place Hotels of America is drawing near its 50th open hotel. The company recently opened its 48th and 49th hotels: the 64-room My Place Hotel-Mount Pleasant in Wisconsin and the 46-unit My Place Hotel-Hurricane in Utah.

My Place Hotel-Mount Pleasant, located less than 45 minutes south of Milwaukee, marks the company’s first hotel in Wisconsin. Nearby attractions include Petrifying Springs Park and Ives Grove Golf Course. VMP Holdings owns the hotel and True Hospitality manages it.

Its fourth in the state, the My Place Hotel-Hurricane is located in southwestern Utah less than 45 minutes from Zion National Park. Hurricane, Utah-based Stepping Stones Development owns and developed the hotel.


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My Place Hotels is a franchise company focused on extended-stay hotels. It now has 49 hotels open across 22 states, with more than 120 in the pipeline.

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