A look inside America's first weed-inspired bed and breakfast

Jan. 5, 2018

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In 2014, America's first weed-focused bed and breakfast, Adagio, opened its doors in Denver.

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People over 21 from all over the world — including Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, the U.K. and Australia — have come to stay at Adagio.

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The six-room B&B, which calls itself a "bud and breakfast," goes for $299 a night. It's set in a Victorian home on a residential street.

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Inside, it's a marijuana mecca. In the living room, a glass china cabinet holds a massive water pipe and a table showcases many other smoking options.

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A chef preps breakfast, and at 4:20 p.m. there’s a happy hour with munchies like chips. Guests can enjoy free beer and wine, and snacks are always available.

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Every bedroom at the bud and breakfast is different, and, somehow, none of them smell like weed.

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Because of distribution laws, Adagio doesn't actually carry weed for its guests. But it does supply coupons for nearby dispensaries.

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Hosts at Adagio can help guests decide which strains to purchase or which edibles to choose. They can also arrange pot tours and weed-infused massages.

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Once guests get some pot, they can use any of the smoking devices supplied at the B&B. No need to worry about hygiene: All of the equipment is cleaned daily.

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