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Can you smoke weed in Seattle hotels?

Feb 06th | categories: Local, News, Politics

The answer is.... kinda? It's not really clear. Pretty much all hotels in Seattle are smoke-free. Though most of them do offer smoking rooms for people who smoke cigarettes. So, if you happen to find a smoking hotel room... you should be able to smoke weed in your room, right? Technically yes, but if another guest complains of the smell, the hotel is obligated to tell you to put it out. Our new marijuana laws really don't make a lot of sense, do they? Just stay home and smoke! (source)

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Can you smoke weed in Seattle hotels?
| February 06, 2014 at 10:48AM
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| February 06, 2014 at 9:01PM
As Colorado reaps the benefits of their new found revenue in an expedited way, Washington law makers continue to fumble and legislate their way out of money....

David George DeLancey
| February 07, 2014 at 8:07AM
Iv'e smell't the marijuana weed before. And I must say that the smell is better then tobacco. My assuming suspense ethic of thinking would be that maybe in time those that couldn't get to sleep due to the tempting ability of knowing on someone else's door. Would want not to smell it. And than of course yes others would rather not smell it all. How was that. My suggestion, respectfully would be get a room that as an exhaust fan in the bathroom, that would definitely work. 11:06 A.M. E.S.T. Whoops check out time. 2/7/2014

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