The rooms could do with updating but this hotel is more than adequate for singles or young couples on a budget who intend to spend more time enjoying Napa's fine beaches and local bars and restaurants, than expecting a 4/5 star experience.
There is a 24/7 mini-market directly opposite which will meet the needs of those in need of late night snacks, smokes etc. Walking distance to the central area of Napa, which has plenty of bars and restaurants that will satisfy the food needs of most. For those that need their staple junk food, there is a Pizza Hut, KFC Maccy D's etc in the same area. Sadly, a lot of the places have closed in the 15+ years since I last visited Napa, but the atmosphere is still pleasant, made so by the accommodating and friendly Cypriot (and other European) service staff. The team at the Florea are happy to let you get on with enjoying your stay without being intrusive (thank you Dio). The pool, although I didn't make use of it, appeared beautifully clear and it's nice that you can sit by it on return from an evening out, and take in the usually clear (Summer/Autumn time) star lit skies.
This is not a hotel one books for the balcony views. As said before, it's a hotel setup for self-caterers. I visited during the tail end of the season - early/mid October - and it was appropriately quiet, but still with a few British and Scandinavian residents. I would visit again precisely because it is comfortable enough for the money and I think overall, good value.