- high times April 15
The "wake and bake" routine is about to undergo a four-star revamp. A Denver hospitality chain is opening the first "bud and breakfast" hotel as marijuana-friendly accommodations proliferate in the wake of Colorado relaxing its pot laws in January.
The appropriately titled MaryJane Group said it's taking over an old bed and breakfast and relaunching it in May as an all-inclusive property that will be infused with weed-themed attractions, like a "humidor smoking room." Guest lodgings will undergo a themed renovation, too. Although the previous owner allowed pot to be smoked outside, the new owners will let the smoke waft freely inside.
Guests will have access to "unlimited food, drink, and, of course, the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer," according to a release. There will also be an on-site chef and 24-hour security. The bud-and-breakfast is a market test; if successful, it will expand around the state.- - Jordan Valinsky
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