As the name suggests, this small hotel's grounds hold plenty of flowers, as well as trees, a few boulders, and a nature path. The most pleasant area is behind the rooms, along the Río Palo Alto, where a gazebo bar overlooks the swift-running waters and forest beyond. Guests gather here nightly for cocktail hour at 6—the first beer or wine is on the house. Rooms, named after flowers, are decorated with exotic local art and have small windows (set in bare stucco walls)
that give a glimpse of the surrounding greenery. They have kitchenettes in a corner, humidifiers, and most have a double bed plus a single or a bunk bed.
Right at first Y north of town, 1½ km (1 mi) north of bridge over Río Caldera, Boquete, Panama