Painted in eye-popping tropical hues, this mountainside hotel doesn't take itself too seriously. Colorful murals of the eponymous bird brighten the open, airy lobby. The accommodations are a bit more subdued, though they continue the tropical theme. Most rooms have a balcony, but if you want to enjoy the view, ask for a room upstairs (note that there's no elevator). Room 301 is the most spacious and private, with a stunning view of the valley and the pool. The restaurant
serves excellent seafood dishes, and Mi Familia Pizzeria offers brick-oven pizzas along with cocktails and craft beer. You can browse through the "parrotphernalia" at the small gift shop.