There are still plenty of places where lighting up is not allowed, but there are ways to beat the system
Hiding the smell of smoke can be difficult. And if you find yourself in a hotel where cannabis consumption is prohibited, it can be even more difficult. Smoke tends to cling to any material it touches, giving off an obvious and unpleasant odor. However, there are a few ways you can try to hide the smell of smoke and still enjoy smoking indoors.
First, start by booking a smoking room if there is one. If you want to smoke in a hotel room, this is by far the easiest way to do it. Even if it is generally only allowed for nicotine cigarettes, you will at least be able to allude to any complaints regarding the smoke.
If you are stuck in a non-smoking room, install a window fan in your room. These types of fans can be installed in both directions, which means you can blow the smoke directly into the fan so it can be evacuated quickly.
Don’t act dubious when you bring the goods inside. Nosy neighbors will notice if you look sideways before entering your hotel room. If it helps, get yourself a smart weed container that keeps things super discreet. Just don’t act like a suspicious person.
It’s much harder to identify the smell of marijuana smoke when there are other competing odors in the area. That’s why a candle with a very strong scent is often a great companion for those who enjoy smoking cannabis inside hotel rooms.
Also, don’t use incense in a hotel room. Incense is much, much more likely to set off the smoke detector than a scented candle. If the smoke alarm goes off, all your effort will go down the drain.