No, this particular hotel takes special care og their guests, and provides a fresh,nearly revolutionary experience of one of Europe's finest cities.
Soft drugs as cannabis in all its forms (weed, hashish, hash oil) and hallucinogenic mushrooms (so called magic mushrooms or paddos – from Dutch: paddestoel - mushroom) are legal under condition of so called "personal use".
As a result smoking of cannabis even in public, is not prosecuted as well as selling it although technically illegal under still valid Opium Act (dating from 1919, cannabis added as drug in 1950), is widely tolerated provided that it happens in a limited, controlled way (in a coffee shop, small portions, 5 grams maximum transaction, not many portions on stock, sale only to adults, no minors on the premises, no advertisement of drugs, the local municipality did not give the order to close the coffee shop).
Although this is also possible in Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and some parts of the US.
Another idea which guides Dutch laws in their drug policy is a conviction that hiding social negative phenomena does not make them to disappear - on the contrary makes them worse, because when concealed, they become far more difficult to influence and control.
Even the name of the street confirms this, as the title ‘Queensway’ derives from our former Queen Emma, who used to live in this very street a long time ago.