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The legalization of marijuana in many states is becoming an increasingly perplexing challenge for one key part of the travel industry: hotels.
With more and more states legalizing recreational and medical marijuana, what are the rules when it comes to taking a flight?
Travelers at either of Chicago’s airports may have noticed something new while passing through security after the holidays.
The U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) are a tropical paradise in the Caribbean, known for their luxurious resorts, gorgeous natural landscapes, turquoise water… and perhaps, soon, legal marijuana to accompany it all.
"To ensure safe travel for all residents and visitors, we're encouraging all travelers not to bring cannabis through Chicago's airports as it still remains illegal under federal law," said Chicago Police Commander William Mullane.
Since recreational marijuana sales began in Massachusetts a year ago, some inns are attracting new visitors by permitting pot use on the premises.
While traveling with cannabis is still technically illegal -- even when you’re going to or coming from a legal state, products like smell-proof containers and luxe leather cases are essential for travelers willing to risk transporting their stash with subtlety.
As US states continue to legalise cannabis for medical and recreational use, an awkward tangle of conflicting state and federal laws is proving confusing for airport passengers.
A wellness-focused Coachill Inn Resort in Desert Hot Springs is slated to bow in December 2020, while The Grape House luxe smoking lounge-dispensary-boutique hotel in Palm Springs is set to open in 2021.
For starters, don’t be a jerk in public. Follow social rules and be mindful of people around you before puffing.
People will soon be allowed to smoke marijuana in Illinois. The law was passed in May and will take effect in January 2020. That could spark a whole new type of "weed tourism," where Wisconsinites travel south to use the drug.
Sin City is hoping to cash in on pot tourism.
Cannabis tourism has become huge in states where the substance is now legal for recreational use.
Cannabis tourism may soon take over Massachusetts, and 420 Suites says it wants to be on the front lines of pot trips in Boston.
Next April Bhang Travel will host its first annual Bhang Caribbean Cruise, featuring experts and professionals across the spectrum of the cannabis business.
Both Daniel and his father have a positive relationship with cannabis, and the Czech Republic has a long history with the plant.