3 Cannabis-Friendly Hotels To Check Out In Seattle

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3 Cannabis-Friendly Hotels To Check Out In Seattle

It’s 4/20! And if you’re planning to celebrate in Seattle, here are three cannabis-friendly hotels you should definitely stay in.

Recreational use of marijuana is legal in the Emerald City and all of Washington State, except in Federal spaces. Dispensaries will require you to have a valid ID and be over 21 years old, yes, even if you’re just visiting. Remember you can’t consume in public view or in public parks, streets or sidewalks.

Although many hotels and lodgings don’t mention in their social media and websites that they are cannabis friendly, just make a quick phone call and ask them what their rules are. We’re sure they’ve gotten the same question many times before!

1. Mountain Views Treehouse B&B

Where: Reiner Rd, Monroe

This is the perfect place if you’re a nature lover. There are 4 original treehouses you can choose from for a glamping experience; The Pot Leaf, The Hashtag, The Trippy Treehouse and the 420. Your retreat will include some animal pals including a horse, a donkey, two dogs, a grey parrot and a mini pig.

Make a reservation, absorb the sunlight, hang out, get in the exterior hot tub and enjoy the surroundings.

The bong and breakfast assure they are VERY marijuana friendly.

2. The Green Tortoise Hostel

Where: 105 Pike St


Traveling alone? The Green Tortoise is ideal to indulge your sense of adventure. Its location in central Seattle is unbeatable. With a central location, you’ll be walking distance from amazing restaurants and iconic spots like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and the aquarium! Although indoor smoking is not allowed in Seattle, the hostel does have a smoking lounge that is very welcoming for everyone.

A great perk of staying in the Green Tortoise is that the staff offers free pub crawls and walking tours on a daily basis.


3. Bacon Mansion

Where: 959 Broadway E

Bacon Mansion is just a short distance  from Capitol Hill and downtown Seattle commercial districts. A great spot for history lovers, the building is over a century old and most of the original floor plan and exterior has been retained. The inside of the hotel is smoke-free, but you’re welcome to smoke on one of the many outside spots as long as there is no doors or windows open nearby. If you’re not seeing this on their site, don’t worry. We’ve reached out and have been assured they welcome all guests!

Featured image by Phil Donley from Mountain Views Treehouse.