Plus, according to the New York Daily News, Denver only has 600 hotel rooms that are smoker-friendly to begin with. Savvy smokers who want to avoid the $150 fine (which skyrockets to $5,000 in national parks) for smoking in public should check out the site, which, aside from connecting cannabis consumers with chill cribs, also provides locals an opportunity to cash in on the Kush trend. It's simple economics.
“We want people from around the world to have a legal and safe place to enjoy marijuana, and we want to help keep Colorado legal”, Conner said.
The company, which will be changing its name soon, has loftier goals too. According to the website, airTHC hopes that “by promoting legal, responsible marijuana use, the movement can take another step forward”.
Taking that step forward, however, would also entail stepping out into the world, not just hogging a whole bag of Funyuns.
Sophie-Claire Hoeller is Thrillist's über-efficient German associate travel editor, who's had frequent flyer status since her mother gave birth to her in a Lufthansa terminal. Follow her @Sohostyle