Throw away your preconceived notions of a cheap, unreliable Bed and Breakfast (B&B) style getaway. Denver, at the forefront of all things cannabis, has a new vacation spot available for both tourists and locals who just want to get away and relax with a bit of the herb at their side.
Located in an old Victorian home, built in the 1880s, the Adagio Bed and Breakfast is a tastefully decorated escape that prides itself with comfort, peace and quiet. The place offers secluded privacy for guests, but is also conveniently located a short distance from attractions such as the Denver Convention Center, local art galleries and museums, as well as hiking and biking paths. Four rooms in the home are named after a classical composers, Holst, Vivaldi, Handel and DeBussy, along with two suites, named Brahms and Copland.
The B&B is everything a guest could want, a space with charisma and a personal touch, rather than a generic hotel room. However, The Adagio has one thing over any local B&Bs—cannabis-infused taste. The B&B welcomes the consumption of recreational cannabis (although smoking is not permitted) and strives to incorporate the city’s newfound tourism draw as its main attraction. The typical room accommodation includes continental or made-to-order breakfast, a “Wake-n-Bake cannabis sampler, a mid-day mimosa brunch with top-shelf cannabis selection, nightly cannabis with cookies and milk, and a 4:20 p.m.-6:20 p.m. Happy Hour time frame that offers an open bar, cannabis treats and appetizers.
Both the inside and outside setting of this B&B makes for the perfect place to relax and enjoy Colorado’s best high-quality cannabis culture.
“Bud+Breakfast” at The Adagio Bed and Breakfast, 1430 Race St., Denver, (303) 370-6911; www.adagiobb.com.