The Humboldt area is quickly becoming a cannabis tourism mecca
Cannabis tourism in the state of California is becoming increasingly common. The area known as the Emerald Triangle in Northern California, for example, is where the largest amount of marijuana is produced in the country and is finally embracing its literal and figurative roots. With this, different companies have wanted to prioritize cannabis tourism in the area. Such is the case of the Scotia Lodge, a hotel-themed on everything related to the plant.
Located right at the entrance of the Humboldt Redwoods, this complex is doing everything possible to attract all marijuana enthusiasts in the region, since its reopening has been based on a plant-friendly hotel. Anyone who enjoys a good stay while having the possibility to smoke a good marijuana joint can do it without any problem in this place. It will offer on-site cannabis delivery and consumption areas. It will feature special room menus for all those who are lovers of cannabis-based products, including candy, gummies, oils, chocolates and pre-rolled joints.
It has been nearly a century since the historic hotel was built. It was initially known as The Mowatoc Hotel; however, over the years and in an effort to normalize cannabis and hospitality in the Emerald Triangle, it has been remodeled by Humboldt Social. “We are excited to reopen Scotia Lodge after the hard work our team has put in to carefully renovate the building to its former glory,” said Aaron Sweat, co-founder of Humboldt Social. “We have created an environment that celebrates the culture and community of Humboldt County and welcomes legal and responsible adult-use cannabis consumption in a setting where they can relax, eat and socialize with friends and family.”
More than 20 hotel rooms and Main + Mill Kitchen and Bar are part of the amenities found at the Scotia Lodge. This offers a unique experience for visitors, based entirely on its historic setting.