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Denver 420 Friendly Hotels

If you’re traveling to Denver from out of state and planning to take a marijuana tour of Colorado, chances are you’ll want to book a stay at a Denver 420 friendly hotel. While possessing and buying weed are legal for everyone here as long as you’re at least 21, public consumption of marijuana is restricted throughout the state. If you mess up and stay at a hotel that isn’t 420 friendly, you might find yourself hard pressed to find a safe place to smoke your weed. One of the highlights that draws tourists to Colorado is the promise of legal weed, but if you don’t have a good place to kick back and enjoy it, buying the weed is pretty much pointless. Fortunately, you don’t have to face that predicament, because they’re plenty of 420 friendly hotels in Downtown Denver from the 16th Street Mall hotel to the Convention Center hotel that will be happy to accommodate you. These hotels still only allow vaping indoors, but some have outdoor smoking areas where guests are welcome to spark one up.

Best Value 420 Friendly Hotel in Denver

If you’re looking for the lowest price on a 420 friendly hotel in Denver, Denver East hotel is the way to go. Located only 10 minutes from Denver and 15 minutes from DIA, Denver East boasts free parking, free internet, an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free breakfast. You’ll also get free use of a Silver Surfer cannabis vaporizer to enjoy throughout your stay. Denver East is a new hotel that’s clean and welcoming, and best of all, you can score a room for as little as $129 a night.

Cherry Creek 420 Friendly Hotel Near Shopping

For those who like to shop, then get high, then shop some more, Cherry Creek hotel is an option worth looking into. Priced at $139 a night and up, Cherry Creek hotel is located near the Cherry Creek Mall and only a few minutes drive away from downtown Denver. Included in the price of your stay is the use of a vaporizer and other bonuses such as coupons for local dispensary deals. They have an indoor pool and the rooms are well-kept and appealing.

Pet friendly 420 Friendly Hotel in Denver

If you need a pet friendly hotel for your non-service animal, check out Uptown Suites hotel. Priced at just $179 a night and up, Uptown Suites is a pet friendly and 420 friendly hotel in Denver that’s located in a historic building. Your stay includes the use of a vaporizer, and there is no additional fee required for pets. Another pet-friendly and 420 friendly hotel in Denver is City Center hotel. As the name implies, City Center hotel is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Denver. Special features include not only an open pet policy (with a $75 additional fee), but also an outdoor patio complete with a barbeque, fire pit, and amazing views of the sights and sounds of downtown Denver. There are also in-room kitchenettes, which could come in handy if you happen to get the munchies in the middle of the night and don’t want to have to go out to one of the nearby restaurants. City Center hotel is priced a little higher than the previous options at $239 a night, but the great location, patio views, and kitchenettes make it an excellent value.

Best Way to Book a 420 Friendly Hotel

If you’re interested in booking one of these 420 friendly hotels for your trip to Denver the best way to do it is to go through My 420 Tours. They can find you discounts, handle all the arrangements, and also help out with any other details needed to complete your Colorado marijuana tour experience. They’ll even assign you your own marijuana travel agent of sorts who will be delighted to help you settle all the finer points of your visit to Denver and if you want a 420 friendly hotel at the airport, theres the Denver International Airport Hotel, which is less than 10 miles from DIA.

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We hope you enjoy your 420 tour of Denver! Happy travels!

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420 Friendly Hotels in Colorado

Posted by CANNASaver on Tuesday, 08 March 2016 in Canna Blog

With a dozen or so dispensaries and counting and a vibrant arts culture and music scene, Pueblo is quickly becoming a hub for creative-minded individuals with an enthusiasm for the ganja. If you're looking for 420 friendly accommodations in Pueblo, you have many options to choose from, each having their own advantages. Be aware that outdoor smoking is typically prohibited, so if you're hoping to toke up out on the patio, you'll have to do so at your own risk. Several motels do allow adults to toke up the legal weed in their own hotel rooms, as long as it is a smoking room. Which 420 friendly motel in Pueblo, Colorado to choose depends on your priorities but you must go to Starbuds Pueblo and buy some weed and you can also find their money saving coupons on cannasaver.com and other great dispensary deals in Pueblo.

The Santa Fe Inn and Suites, located near the Union Avenue Historic District, offers rooms with a queen-sized bed for just under $80 a night, and they offer a business center as well as a seasonal outdoor pool. Pets are allowed, but you'll have to pay an additional fee.

The Motel 6 allows pets to stay free of charge, and a room with a queen-sized bed and a mini-kitchen to boot are only around $56 a night. They have an outdoor pool as well, and the Pueblo mall is just about a mile away.

If you're looking for something that's a little more upscale, try the Days Inn, which offers a heated indoor pool and hot tub, free breakfast, and free wi-fi for around $90 per night.

The Microtel Inn is also a nice choice. Located close to downtown and Lake Pueblo State Park, the inn offers free wi-fi and free breakfast for around $150 per night.

If cost-cutting is your main concern, consider the Kozy Motel or the Bramble Tree Inn, both smoker-friendly motels offering affordable, basic accommodations.

It's a good idea to check motel reviews online before you book your stay. That way, you're more likely to end up with a room that satisfies your needs and priorities. Check for hotel discounts online or book your 420 friendly travel with My 420 Tours and before you visit, don't forget to look for the latest discounts and coupons from Pueblo dispensaries on CannaSaver. 

As a potential location for the 2016 High Times Cannabis Cup, Pueblo, Colorado is gaining attention from marijuana enthusiasts nationwide. If you're in Colorado Springs or Denver, it's just a short drive away. Why not check it out and see for yourself why Pueblo weed culture is in full bloom?

 

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420 Friendly Colorado

Posted by CANNASaver on Wednesday, 14 April 2021 in Canna Blog - Latest News

April is here and weed lovers everywhere are getting ready for 420, which is arguably every stoner's favorite time of day, and/or year. 

The phrase “420” has become synonymous with cannabis culture and with marijuana users all over the world. Cannabis enthusiasts usually like to smoke at the time of 4:20 or they use the term to refer to April 20th, the time of year cannabis-centered events and celebrations take place globally. April 20th is also known as “marijuana’s biggest holiday.”

420 is celebrated all over the world, but it is especially loved here in Colorado. With 420 just around the corner, locals and visitors are getting ready to celebrate marijuana for all its euphoric and therapeutic properties. 

It’s important to note current health and social distancing protocols, as 420 celebrations might look a little different this year. Remember to be mindful of your surroundings and the safety protocols that are set in place, so everyone can have a safe 420. 

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Colorado, The 420 Epicenter

When thinking about 420-friendly places, you can’t help automatically think about Colorado. The state, being the first in America to legalize medical and recreational cannabis, is one of the largest cannabis hubs in the country, making it a great place for marijuana tourism and 420 events.

Colorado has been the home base for 420 celebrations and activities since 2014. Every April you’ll find numerous events that cater specifically to the cannabis community. This year, cannabis lovers are forced to celebrate a little differently but you can still expect there to be celebrations all over the state and in Denver. 

In pre-pandemic times, dozens of festivals and major events take place in Denver and all over Colorado. The Mile High 420 Festival is one of the most popular and brings approximately 50,000 people to Civic Center Park. The festival includes vendors, music, and entertainment. Big-name artists like Lil Jon and Jermain Dupri have even made appearances. The festival is gearing up to return in 2022.

420 is not just limited to festivals, there is an endless list of cannabis cantered activities to partake in. Denver and Colorado are home to over 500 types of dispensaries and grow-ops.

Additionally, cannabis-centered tours are a great way to immerse yourself in all things cannabis, you can even learn more about your favorite strains and how they’re grown and cultivated while offering a safe and socially distanced experience.

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What Does 420-Friendly Mean?

Generally, if a place or business is 420-friendly - it means that the person or place is accepting of marijuana users. It’s important to distinguish 420-friendly spots in Colorado from others because there’s still a slight taboo around marijuana consumption, so it’s best to be mindful of the places and people you encounter and the rules surrounding marijuana. 

With progressive marijuana laws continuing to roll out, 420-friendly places are emerging all over the state and country - allowing cannabis users to consume their beloved plant with minimal discretion.

If you are someone with a medical marijuana card, the circumstances are a little different. It’s important to check in with your hotel or accommodation to see if they can provide you with a smoking room or a designated smoking area. 

420-Friendly Accommodations in Colorado

In Colorado, marijuana laws allow hotels and private rental properties such as Airbnbs to individually decide if guests are allowed to consume marijuana on the property. 

Many chain hotels are smoke-free, which means any type of smoking, whether tobacco or marijuana. Additionally, smoking/vaping cannabis is not permitted anywhere smoking is banned.

If you find a smoke-friendly hotel, they can accommodate your smoking needs with designated smoking areas or outdoor amenities such as patios and balconies.

Bud and Breakfasts is another option for those looking for 420-friendly accommodations. These are safe and legal accommodations for travelers who also happen to enjoy marijuana and want to do so openly on their trip. Some 420-friendly bnb’s even offering activities centered around cannabis, such as paint nights or cooking with cannabis classes.

Other accommodations allow you to smoke openly with minimal discretion like 420-friendly hotels. These accommodations allow visitors to consume marijuana openly.

Check out this list for some 420-friendly accommodations in Colorado.

If you want to smoke and be more discreet, it’s recommended to stick to vaping as they produce less odor than smoking from a joint, pipe, or bong.

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420 Must Go On in Colorado

Despite roadblocks caused by COVID-19 this year and last, stoners all over the world are going to find their ways of celebrating. In Colorado, the options of activities and events to choose from are far from limited for both locals and visitors alike. 

Maybe there's not much sharing of joints, pipes, etc, but no pandemic is stopping cannabis lovers all over the country from lighting up in celebration of the beloved plant.

Don’t forget to check out our latest deals on Cannasaver.

Happy 420!

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What 420 Friendly Means

Posted by CANNASaver on Thursday, 15 April 2021 in Canna Blog

You may not realize it, but next week there is a stoner holiday.

On April 20th every year, marijuana lovers around the world gather to celebrate the beautiful, majestic cannabis plant in their favorite ways. 

You may have heard the term used in many different ways, but whether it connotes a time of day, a day of the year, or an entire lifestyle for you, 420 is what binds the cannabis community together. 

The story of the roots of 420 friendliness in the United States, much like many things involving cannabis, is pretty hazy (get it?). However, there are some commonly believed theories that can help us understand what the term 420 means in a historical context. 

If you are not familiar with the term “420” as it is used in the marijuana culture, here’s a look at its origins and its meaning. Before examining the type of 420 friendly services available across America, let’s briefly discuss where the term 420 came from, the history behind it and why it is embedded in America Culture. 

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What 420 Means

If you’re passing the pipe of that sweet Mary Jane, 420 is all you’ve got to say to let people know that you partake as well. The term "420" was first associated with marijuana use in 1971 and has been very much used since. 

With marijuana being illegal, consumers had to partake in secret, shop in dark alleys, and speak in code. Though it originally spread as an internal clock for a single group of smokers, the term now refers to the ongoing fight for nationwide legalization and the spread of accessible information within both the medical and recreational communities. 

Today, the term 420 and references to marijuana are all over the social media, games, music, and websites that people are using every day.

Origin Story of 420 

Cannabis is a plant of many names: weed, ganja, marijuana, kush, etc. In today’s legalization of marijuana in Colorado, we can call cannabis whatever we would like without the worry of police interference. But things were not always so rosy. 

In the early 1970s, weed was still highly illegal. The term 420 originated with a group of high school kids at San Rafael High School in California. The group who called themselves “The Waldos” started using 4:20 as the time of day they would meet to go seek out a secret stash they would leave in various places. Rather than announce they were going to get high, they used the code 420. 

The ritual spread, and soon 420 became code for smoking marijuana. Eventually, 420 was converted into 4/20 for calendar purposes, and the day of celebration was born. 

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What Being 420 Friendly Means 

You will ultimately need to ask the person if they themselves smoke, though it is usually implied that they do if they have this in their profile. 

Since its origins back in the 70s, 420 has stuck as a pretense for cannabis culture. 4:20 is the hour to partake, and April 20th has become the international stoner holiday to celebrate cannabis culture and progress. The term 420 and its usefulness as a discrete codeword lives on today, particularly on different sites. How will you know if your future girlfriend, roommate, or houseguest is down to smoke? Drop a 420 friendly in there. 

The term 420 friendly essentially means that the person smokes marijuana or is open to smoking it. This term can also mean that the person doesn’t smoke themselves, but they are okay with those who do.

420 friendly is seen quite often with advertisements for housemates, tenants, or dating apps. It simply means that the person or place is accepting of people who smoke weed and probably do it themselves. 

In the past, 420 friendly has meant that a business or hotel won’t call the police on you if you spark up. However, given the shaky legal status of pot in the past, the term was only as reliable as the person in charge of wherever you were staying. 

That said, with the rapidly changing weed laws that are currently rocking the country the definition of what is 420 friendly is changing pretty rapidly. Now the possibility of finding places with actual legal policies in place to ensure that you are able to smoke undisturbed. 

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Why is Colorado Known for Being 420 Friendly? 

People have always used pot to socialize throughout the centuries. With marijuana legalization popping up everywhere, stoners around the country now have lots of options when it comes to herbal socializing (though slowed due to COVID). 

Being the first to blaze the trail, Colorado is well known for being 420 friendly. Colorado was afterall one of the first states to legalize. Safe to assume we have some cannabis consumers in this state. Also, Colorado is slowly unveiling pot coffee shops, smoking lounges, and hotels coming in the future.

Colorado is very 420 friendly.

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