A Denver company is transforming a local guest house into what it calls an all-inclusive "bud and breakfast," offering marijuana and cannabis-infused edibles to guests.
Pladeo Corp. announced that it has signed a one-year lease for Adagio Bed and Breakfast, at 1430 Race St. in Denver.
"The guest package will include unlimited food, drink and, of course, the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer," Pladeo’s announcement said. "Guests will also have access to an on-site chef available to prepare gourmet food cooked to order. Furthermore, the Bud and Breakfast will provide unlimited luxury transportation within the Denver city limits with 24-hour security."
And Pladeo said it is changing its name to The MaryJane Group Inc. The company also provides debt financing to marijuana growers and dispensaries through a subsidiary, among various other marijuana-related businesses.
Joel C. Schneider, company president and CEO, said the Adagio conversion is a “pilot project in the marijuana-friendly lodging industry” following Colorado’s legalization of recreational sale and use of marijuana.
“If our concept is successful, we intend to expand through the leasing or acquisition of additional inns and bed and breakfast establishments,” he said.
Schneider did not disclose the rates he intends to charge or when the transformation of the bed and breakfast will take place.
Currently, the Adagio -- a Victorian house converted into a bed and breakfast -- does not allow any smoking indoors. But according to various marijuana-related websites, the management permits pot smoking on the outdoor patio. The website So Mile High calls it "the best marijuana-friendly B&B in Denver."
"We are pleased to be involved with The MaryJane Group and applaud their innovative plan to transform our Adagio Bed and Breakfast to a Bud and Breakfast," Adagio owner Helen Strader said in a statement.