My Place Hotels opens Idaho hotel

My Place Hotels of America has opened My Place Hotel Boise/Nampa, ID-Idaho Center in Nampa, ID. The property, owned by Rimrock Companies and managed by Johnson Hospitality, has 85 keys and is located in the Boise-Meridian-Nampa metropolitan corridor.

“As we establish our presence in Boise/Nampa, we’re immersing ourselves in a community celebrated for its green parks, premier golf courses and venues that light up with iconic concerts and thrilling horse races,” said Ryan Rivett, cofounder/CEO, My Place Hotels. “At My Place, it’s more than just opening a hotel; it’s about integrating into a community’s lively rhythm and enhancing its offerings. We’re excited to support and grow alongside this vibrant community.”

Each room has a full-sized refrigerator, a two-burner cooktop, a coffee maker and a microwave, in addition to a pillow-top mattress, microfiber bedding and free WiFi. The property is also pet-friendly and amenities include onsite laundry and a 24-hour grab-and-go store.

From a design perspective, the incorporates the My Place Hotels standard Gen2 design.

“The growth of My Place goes beyond just numbers,” Rivett said. “It’s about consistently delivering unparalleled hospitality. As we expand, our commitment to the local communities where our hotels reside deepens. It’s truly inspiring to see how our core values seamlessly integrate and uplift each new area we become a part of.”

The property is adjacent to the Ford Idaho Center, a multi-event complex that includes an arena, an amphitheater and a horse park. Nearby attractions include the Warhawk Air Museum and Roaring Springs Waterpark. Lake Lowell, Bogus Basin, Nampa Greenbelt and the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation are also nearby.