My Place Hotels | Billings, Montana

IMG_4593.jpgAfter visiting Montana for the first time, I truly understood the meaning of “Big Sky Country.” I was so excited to be returning to this great state, this time staying in the city of Billings with My Place Hotels.

After another long drive (isn’t that what road trips are all about?) we arrived in Billings ready to explore. At this point, we were nearly three weeks into our road trip, and our pets were more than ready to get out of the car and to hang out with us in the hotel room.

Our Yorkies were greeted by another friendly dog in the hallway and I swear it made their day. I loved being able to interact with other pet owners during our time staying with My Place!


When we got into the room, we were so excited to see our little welcome package from the Billings location! We love working with such an amazing brand, and it is the little things that make this a truly amazing hotel chain.

We only had a few hours to drive the next day, so we were ready to stay up late and get some work done in our room.

One of the things that I love about my place is the fact that there is always a small table with two chairs available. This couldn’t be any more perfect for a couple of people looking to work on their laptops.

There is also always the option of using the business center area. I love knowing that there is a computer available, just in case we were to need it! To make things better, the delicious coffee that is available 24 hours is a welcome add on when you are working late (or if you are just a coffee lover!)

After getting a good nights sleep and realizing how much I have grown to love the throw blankets they put on the end of the beds, we woke up to enjoy our breakfast in bed. Let’s be honest, eating in bed is the best way to eat!

Even though our visit was short, I definitely hope to return one day soon because Montana is one beautiful state and this location sure has some friendly staff!







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