It looked very clean, but it was significantly more institutional looking than the other places. It was nice, clean, and comfortable, but it was minimal in terms of size. The staff were helpful. They had a very basic menu that didn't look very appetizing, and they didn't seem to have much snack in between except like a bowl of fruits. For activities, they did have a church service on Sunday.
I went into a two-bedroom, and it looked quite spacious. It had an entry area that is like a waiting room and two pretty large bedrooms. I would recommend Whittier Place if you don't want to eat gourmet food and because it's got a nice price range. The dining area had a nice big glass wall, so it had a lot of light, but it was on the smaller side. It was pretty, but the chairs were a little more industrial and hard, so they didn't look comfortable.