Cannabis Hotels Lists Canada’s First Openly Cannabis-Friendly Resort

A historic Canadian inn is jumping into the cannabis tourism industry by becoming the country’s first publicly cannabis-friendly resort.

The Cannabis Hotels online travel advisory recently announced a partnership with the Sir Sam’s Inn & Spa in Eagle Lake, Ontario to list the resort on their site which connects travelers with 420-friendly destinations, experiences, and accommodations in Canada and the United States.

“Sir Sam’s Inn & Spa is taking a leadership role in developing Ontario as a premium cannabis tourism destination, which will open opportunities for others across the province and build Canada’s brand internationally,” says Cannabis Hotels founder and CEO, Wendy Forwell. “We are so pleased to be partnered with this resort as they take this important step for the industry.”

Located in the Haliburton Highlands area of Central Ontario, the 100-year-old resort offers a variety of outdoor activities year-round including hiking, sailing, kayaking, dog sledding, downhill skiing, and snowmobiling.

While smoking cannabis is not permitted inside the suites, guests will be able to partake of their favorite strain from atop balconies overlooking Eagle Lake as in well as other designated smoking areas around the resort.

Director of Business Development, Jon Massey says that Sir Sam’s strives to stay proactive in the hospitality industry and provide upscale experiences that are unique to the area and culture for their all of their guests, whether they use cannabis or not.