Most Colorado hotels say 'no' to pot

9:51 AM, Jan 5, 2014   |    comments
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KUSA - Like it or not, people are traveling from all over the world for Colorado's legal cannabis.

Since smoking in public is outlawed, will hotels be where people go to smoke? And could that impact other travelers?

Under state law, hotels can make up to a quarter of their rooms smoking rooms. But most hotels are completely smoke free.

9NEWS was able to find just one place that says it's marijuana friendly: The Cliff House Lodge in Morrison.

The manager said what they're doing is uncharted territory, but she thinks that it will change, especially in locally-owned hotels.

Some marijuana travelers are smoking in their hotels rooms, even when hotels don't allow it. Some hotels charge a cleaning fee of up to $250 if a guest smokes in their room.

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