Explore Cannabis Travel- Hotels & Bud and Breakfasts

I love to travel. I can’t help it. There is something so freeing and fun about leaving behind your usual everyday surroundings for a fresh scenery and a change of routine. Waking up in a beautiful city (or deserted island) with amazing local cuisine and culture is definitely good for the soul. I love a trip to Sonoma, Sedona or Manhattan all the same. It doesn’t matter to me, as long as I’m surrounded by beauty, creature comforts and great friends.

Coddington Design & Sungrown Studio team in Sonoma

Ever think of packing up the squad and heading out for a long weekend adventure? What’s your mood? Where are you dreaming of jetting off to this week?

Let’s peek at some great destinations that are canna-friendly and check all the boxes for great design.

The Dream Hotel, Hollywood

Close to the Hollywood Hills & downtown LA, Dream Hollywood is a great choice for a quick getaway. The HIghlight Room lounge has some of the best city views with its retractable roof. Each room is sophisticated and has a definite Mid Century vibe. There is no smoking in any of the rooms, but PAX vaporizers can be purchased in your room. Enjoy contactless concierge services and some amazing views.

Hefty restrictions still remain when it comes to consumption on hotel property or in the privacy of your own room. (Big fines remain for smoking inside or on patios.) Hotels in legal states like New York, California, Oregon and Arizona are significantly less restricted, especially hotels selling cbd or cannabis consumption accessories. Traveling through an airport? The TSA put out a catchy statement “Products that contain hemp-derived CBD oil or are FDA-approved are generally legal & can fly” and “We’re Cool And We’re Not Looking For Your Weed.” Just keep in mind, TSA generally doesn’t seem cool with much these days, and so, travelers beware.

Love Portland? Looking for some kitsch? The Jupiter hotel is really more of a refurb motor lodge that has been turned into an MCM (Mid-century modern) boutique hotel. Bonus: They offer an “everything but the weed kit” which includes pens, goodies and a pack of coupons to local dispensaries. (You can also sign up for a BridgeTown Weed Tour.) The Jupiter also has a fun restaurant, live music and other events throughout the year.

If you’re looking to stay somewhere more unusual, there are plenty of interesting, whimsical backyard cottages available on Airbnb. If it’s available, check out the Saul Zaik treehouse, which Condé Nast Traveler deemed “ the coolest treehouse in the world.”

So, how about a VRBO or and Airbnb? A quick search in the location of your dreams is a great start. Plenty of listings are cannabis friendly, but be aware that most have restrictions. (Indoor smoking & additional guests are usually prohibited and come with hefty fines.). Make sure you’re aware of the house rules before you book and plan accordingly.

Through a special partnership between The Standard and Lord Jones, you can hit the mini bar full of CBD edibles. The Standard High Line is located in the meatpacking district, one of NYC’s most energizing, fun and vibrant neighborhoods. The Standard, High Line is a monument to modern luxury and style. All 337 rooms and suites on its 18 floors feature 300-thread-count Italian linens, iPod-ready sound systems, and organic bath amenities. Top floor suites have exceptional city views and a shorter walk to Le Bain, the rooftop club.

Whether you’re looking for a zen like retreat or a party packed getaway, there are cannabis friendly, luxury places to explore. Our go-to favorites span the east coast to west and include amenities that are undeniably special.