BudandBreakfast.com: A Portal For Marijuana Tourism
Looking for a wake and bake in a nice locale? Look no further: Website budandbreakfast.com is touted as the AirBnb of marijuana tourism.
With more states relaxing laws on the use and consumption of marijuana, the demand for enjoying the great ganja while traveling is likewise increasing. While Colorado and Washington are becoming more popular destinations for those in search of an idyllic holiday where toking is acceptable, there are actually many other destinations that can be explored.
Enter budandbreakfast.com, a one-stop portal where homeowners can provide safe and legal accommodations for guests to enjoy smoking pot provided that they live in a state or city where medicinal or recreational pot has been legalized in one form or another. This is a much safer alternative for tourists who visit dispensaries and light up on the streets, in Colorado forexample; which isn’t legal.
Host locations are now international, and discerning cannabis enthusiasts can choose from a wide array of weed-friendly holidays in Spain, Holland, Uruguay, Jamaica, and Canada. In the United States, current destinations on the site include California, Colorado, D.C., Washington, Alaska, and Oregon. Hosts on the site can be anyone with a rental property that they would like to lease out to cannabis tourists on holiday; it could be someone who already enjoys awh toke on a regular basis or just a businessperson who is looking to be more competitive by offering marijuana-friendly accommodations. However, budandbreakfast.com requires property owners to be experts in some way about pot in their location - they should be knowledgeable about dispenasaries and even the best strains. Hosts who put their properties on the site can choose their own rules about about getting lit in their homes. Some properties permit smoking only outside, while others will allow it inside the premises.
The website also provides guidelines on Responsible Hosting, which aren’t really rocket science when you think about it. Some of these rules include “Orientate your guests”, “Keep the space clean”, “Deliver on your promises”, and “Offer guests security”.
Adding a property to the site is pretty easy - all you need to do is create an account with budandbreakfast.com. There are no upfront fees so you don’t need to worry about paying anything even if you have no bookings, which is how other accommodation portals usually work.
Hosts only pay a 3% commission with bookings which is used to cover credit card payments, while guests pay an additional 8% fee which the company uses to process costs associated with running the business.
Hosts also have the option of creating certain additional fees depending on how they operate the property rental. According to the website, these fees include cleaning fee, extra guest fee, pet fee, refundable damage deposit, and service fee.
Easy Booking System
Booking a cannabis holiday has never been this easy. Guests simply need to go to the budandbreakfast.com website, enter a destination or view all properties to make a decision where to go, enter check in and check out dates, and then book it. Once a booking has been confirmed this is the only time that a guest can get in touch directly with the host for any questions that they have. Many different properties are available on the site; guests can even choose from dorm style or private accommodations.
Cancellation policies will vary depending on the host, who also chooses how much the rentals are priced. Upon check in, budandbreakfast.com sends the payment to the host so there is no need for a guest to bring out cash. Time to light up and enjoy the holiday! When the guest checks out they also have the option to write a review - or rather, they are encouraged.
Feedback from previous guests is a useful way let the rest of the community know if you really have a cool host who makes you feel comfortable and safe for your cannabis holiday or not - and we all know how important that is!
From colonial homes in Jamaica to teepees in Colorado, there’s just so much to explore in the world of marijuana tourism through budandbreakfast.com !
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