The first marijuana-friendly hotel opens in Arizona
Written by Redacción Mota Radio on 27 July, 2021
In Arizona, recreational marijuana has been legal for a few months now, so a hotel in downtown Phoenix declares itself 420 and admits the use of cannabis among its guests.
That’s right, the Clarendon Hotel and Spa is proclaiming itself to be Arizona’s first marijuana-friendly hotel.
Individuals (adults 21 and older) wishing to stay at this venue will have the opportunity to reserve cannabis-friendly rooms.
The cannabis rooms at the Claredon Hotel are located on the west side property and are equipped with “purifiers” to freshen the air. Individuals may enjoy edibles, flowers, and vaporizers purchased from a local dispensary.
The use of flowers is only authorized in designated areas, and cigarette smoking is not permitted in any hotel rooms.
If you want to buy weed, the hotel provides a car service to transport guests to a dispensary where they can rent pipes and bongs.
Likewise, this venue is also promoting marijuana-infused dining experiences.
“We are a cannabis-friendly hotel and have a cannabis-friendly event company that is elevating and educating the community about cannabis,” said Daron Brotherton, the hotel’s vice president of operations, in a news release.