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A Weed-Centric 'Bud and Breakfast' Is Opening in Denver

Site of the future Bud and Breakfast
Site of the future Bud and Breakfast
Photo: The Adagio Bed & Breakfast

Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado, an enterprising company is setting up a weed-centric play on a bed and breakfast — a "bud and breakfast"— in Denver. According to a press release, a company that will soon be known as "The MaryJane Group, Inc." has signed a one-year lease with the owners of the Adagio Bed and Breakfast, which it plans to transform into its "pilot project in the marijuana-friendly lodging industry."

Guests who stay at this take on a B&B will be given a package that includes "unlimited food, drink and, of course, the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer." There will also be an "on-site chef available to prepare gourmet foods cooked to order" and they will "provide unlimited luxury transportation within the Denver city limits with 24-hour security."

The Denver Business Journal reports that the soon-to-be MaryJane Group, Inc. also currently provides debt financing to marijuana growers and has many other "marijuana-related" business. The company's website notes that they offer cannabis tours and are also involved with a weed-friendly radio station.

This isn't the first time Coloradans have attempted to mix weed and food since it was legalized on January 1. Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar, which has locations in Denver and Boulder, introduced weed-and-sushi pairing menus at the beginning of this year. There is no word yet on when the bud and breakfast will open. See the press release:

Pladeo Corp. Leases the Adagio Bed and Breakfast in Denver for One Year to Establish the First "Bud and Breakfast" Inn

Pladeo Corp., soon to be known as The MaryJane Group, Inc. (OTCQB: PLAD) ("Pladeo," the "Company," or "The MaryJane Group"), announced today that it has signed a one-year lease with the owner of the Adagio Bed and Breakfast located at 1430 Race Street, Denver, Colorado (the "Adagio"). The Company's plan is to transform the Adagio from a traditional bed and breakfast to the first all-inclusive "Bud and Breakfast" in what management believes to be the first of its kind. The guest package will include unlimited food, drink and, of course, the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer. 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 Chief Executive Officer of Pladeo, stated, "We are excited about this opportunity to take over the Adagio, a beautiful Victorian mansion located in downtown Denver. Our concept is to provide our guests with a complete all-inclusive package where they can enjoy the marijuana lifestyle without having a care in the world. The Adagio is our pilot project in 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."

Helen Strader, owner of the Adagio, stated, "We are pleased to be involved with The MaryJane Group and applaud their innovative plan to transform our Adagio Bed and Breakfast to a Bud and Breakfast."

· Pladeo Corp. to Establish the First "Bud and Breakfast" [BusinessWire]
· Denver Gets a Pot-Friendly All-Inclusive Inn [Denver Business Journal]
· All Marijuana Coverage on Eater [-E-]

The Adagio Bed and Breakfast

1430 Race St, Denver, CO 80206

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