I was favorably impressed on my admittedly short visit. My husband liked it too. I like the multicultural aspect. My husband gobbled down the Korean food, and I assured him he will like the Iranian food and Spanish food too. We were greeted personally and warmly by the director, the nurse, the social worker, the cook, and at least two other lovely people whose titles I forget. My husband was assured that he may bring his own weights to lift (he said the ones there are too light for him), and he is game to take a yoga class. I promised him a new bathing suit for swimming days. I left after about an hour, and he stayed for another hour. They brought him home. He told me about the shopping trips they told him about.
There is indeed one large room, and there are actually several smaller rooms around the perimeter. There is also a walking path, marked off with tape, and I was told the attendees are encouraged to walk around the room, during an organized walk. The nurse is on-site every day, and the social worker is there 3 days/week, I think she said.
We will give this a try. I am optimistic that this place will be a good fit.