For toking tourists who subscribe to the “wake and bake” philosophy, but find themselves inconvenienced by the bureaucratic reefer restrictions of major hotel chains, there are some pot-friendly lodging options in the Mile High city.

The Adagio Bed and Breakfast, located in the Wyman Historic District, was recently purchased by The MaryJane Group, with plans to re-open the time-honored establishment as "the first all-inclusive Bud and Breakfast” for stoned vacationers on a quest for high times.

"The guest package will include unlimited food, drink and, of course, the best marijuana and edibles Colorado has to offer," according to a press release. "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."

Joel C. Schneider, President and CEO of The MaryJane Group, says the company is using the Adagio as sort of a pilot program in the realm of the marijuana-friendly lodging industry. “If our concept is successful, we intend to expand through the leasing or acquisition of additional inns and Bed and Breakfast establishments,” he said.

In addition to the Adagio Bed and Breakfast, there have been several other weed-welcoming accommodations open their doors in the Denver area. Dale Dyke and his wife, Chastity Osbourne recently transformed their home in Bel Mar into a clothing optional Bed and Breakfast called Get High Getaways. This unique lodging option caters to the epitome of high society with a wealth of enmities, including complimentary marijuana edibles served by naked hosts. Yes, we said naked.

However, if reefer and romance is more your style, The Cliff House, which claims to be a Red Rocks favorite since 1864, offers eight historic cottages near Morrison, Colorado. “Even with the legalization of “Mary Jane” though, finding a friendly hotel environment might not be as easy as you think. It may take some time before others join in, but until then, we have no problem being the leader in this movement,” according to a statement on their website.

It is important we mention that some of Denver’s pot-friendly accommodations still do not allow indoor smoking.

Mike Adams writes for stoners and smut enthusiasts in HIGH TIMES Playboy’s The Smoking Jacket and Hustler Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter @adamssoup and on Facebook/mikeadams73.