I visited Villa De San Antonio. It was our second choice, and I got that recommended through a friend. I liked it very much. They had a beautiful chapel. We ate there, and the food was very good. The options were very good, and the activities as well. It's just the layout of it. Their apartment wasn't quite as nice as where my father is for the same price, and there weren't as many open spaces. It was a very nice, and very welcoming community. He would've liked it there, but the one we chose offered a little bit more. It felt like you were in among apartment complexes; a lot more congested, and less open. The staff really went out of their way. Any person that was associated with them would stop, introduce themselves, shake your hand, and tell you, "this is the role I play in this community." They went over, and beyond what you would expect. Something unique was when you entered the community, there was a sign at the front desk that says welcome, and then your name. There was a very personal touch there. The woman that took us around had complete empathy for my dad, and his situation moving away from his home state. She even gave me the name of a lawyer that focuses on older clients. In many ways, they were better in that sense, in the welcoming they seemed to convey, "We want to focus on your dad's emotional state, and we have to be very delicate because this is a difficult time." They seemed more focused on the psychological, and the emotional aspect; which I really had to appreciate. It really helped me to make the transition a little bit better for my dad. I would recommend them.