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DALY CITY, CA - APRIL 18: Leaves of a mature marijuana plant are seenin a display at The International Cannabis and Hemp Expo April 18, 2010 at the Cow Palace in Daly City, California. The two day Cannabis and Hemp Expo features speakers, retailers selling medical marijuana smoking paraphernalia and a special tent available for medical marijuana card holders to smoke their medicine. Voters in California will consider a measure on the November general election ballot that could make the State the first in the nation to legalize the growing of a limited amount of marijuana for private use. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

As more and more states open back up for travel, a new cannabis hotel is leading the way for what Forbes calls “marijuana travel.” This term comes from the fact that since more and more states are legalizing marijuana, a new attraction in traveling is marijuana. And one place called Scotia Lodge seems to be making headway.

In North California, Scotia Lodge sits right in the middle of Humboldt Bay’s 12,000 cannabis farms. It’s located at the entrance of the “Avenue of Giants” at Humboldt Redwoods State Park. For a long time, it drew in people interested in exploring the world’s largest trees! But now the hotel is adding a new flair to its brand…

Scotia Lodge reopened earlier this month and has 22 rooms and suites plus the Main + Mill Kitchen and Bar. Starting in September, the hotel will offer onsite cannabis delivery and consumption. Guests can scan a QR code and get cannabis products delivered to their room or within the hotel’s main areas. And delivery takes 30 minutes or less! It’s a pretty sweet deal.

Available products will include gummies, candies, chocolates, pre-rolled joints, oils, and more.

With the Senate looking at legalizing cannabis on a federal level, do you think marijuana will become the nation’s number one cash crop?

Source: Forbes

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