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A small group of people celebrate the cutting of a white ribbon outside the newly-opened hotel in Nampa, Idaho.

My Place celebrates being part of the Idaho family at Nampa grand opening

The weather didn’t rain on our parade as Nampa, ID celebrated the opening of its newest hotel.

The 85-room My Place Hotel opened its doors in August of this year, and the attendance at its grand opening event was a testament to its highly anticipated addition to the Treasure Valley. Despite the cold rain and blustery winds, over 100 individuals attended the event, underscoring the community’s interest and enthusiasm. Remarkably, representatives from four area Chambers of Commerce were present, a show of support that was both unexpected and humbling.

The sense of excitement and community was palpable as guests congregated in the lobby, enjoying the melodies of a live guitarist, and gathered around the delectable farm-to-table appetizers in the shelter of the outdoor tent. The turnout was impressive, and the prevailing sentiment among neighboring businesses, residents of surrounding communities, and enthusiastic citizens alike was that “we’re all family here.”

Terry Kline, EVP of Franchise Development

There’s been a lot of talk about family, and that’s a pretty key word for My Place Hotels. We’re Midwestern-based — out of Aberdeen, South Dakota. Family values and relationship-building are the main keys to a lot of our success. So we’re just really thankful as we look around here and see all the folks representing the various communities.

EVP of Franchise Development, Terry Kline, gestures with his hands while talking in the hotel lobby.
Gift basket containing Idaho items from the area Chamber of Commerce

Attendees of the event utilized their My Place Passports to explore various features within the Generation 2-designed hotel, including the spacious guest rooms. Each room is well appointed with a full-sized refrigerator, two-burner cooktop, coffee maker, and microwave. In addition, the hotel offers on-site laundry, a 24-hour grab-and-go store, an expansive business lounge, and more.

Beyond the homelike amenities, this new property enjoys a prime location just steps away from the Ford Idaho Center, the leading multi-event complex in the Pacific Northwest. Guests at My Place will find themselves in the epicenter of major concerts, sporting events, horse races, and more.

Dignitaries from Rimrock Companies (ownership), Johnson Hospitality (hotel management), and My Place Hotels Corporate were all in attendance to mark this momentous occasion. This follows on the heels of MPHOA’s recent announcement of a significant, two-phase franchise and development agreement with Rimrock Companies to establish 10 extended-stay hotels throughout the South over the next six years.

Graphic showing new My Place hotel exterior, with Grand Opening in the top right corner.

About My Place Hotels of America, LLC
My Place Hotels of America, LLC (“My Place Hotels”) is a hotel franchisor focusing on franchising clean and comfortable hotels with modern rooms, amenities, and excellent customer service, all at an affordable price. The company is based in Aberdeen, SD, and offers two hotel brand options to potential and current franchisees. There are nearly 70 My Place Hotels open across 29 states with over 120 hotels in the pipeline. For more information on franchising with My Place or to book your next stay, please visit myplacehotels.com/franchising or contact Terry Kline at (605) 725-5685.

About Rimrock Companies
Rimrock is a leading national commercial real estate developer with experience in the development of a broad range of commercial real estate projects across multiple industry sectors. The company is based in Jacksonville, Florida, and has a hospitality division that is specifically focused on extended-stay hotel development. Rimrock currently has multiple extended-stay hotels in development in Idaho, and Montana, as well as in the Southeast and Florida

About Johnson Hospitality
Ron and Randy Johnson founded Johnson Hospitality in 1999. Leveraging Ron’s decades of executive and management experience, including his 14-year career with Marriott, and Randy’s experience in hotel feasibility and valuations, they obtained a Courtyard by Marriott franchise. They successfully developed and built the Courtyard Palo Alto-Los Altos, a hotel they still own and operate to this day. Today, Johnson Hospitality has interests in twelve hotel properties across California and Idaho with My Place, Marriott, and Hilton brands.
For more information, visit: www.johnsonhospitality.com.