Holiday Retirement - Michigan
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Holiday Retirement has been providing seniors across America with exceptional standards of independent retirement living since 1971. The devoted staff, live-in managers and friendly neighbors at our Holiday Retirement Michigan communities make us an attractive option for enjoyable senior living. It’s an enviable combination that makes life at our Michigan communities so effortlessly special. It’s all part of our signature service, The Holiday Touch, and it’s just one of the reasons why seniors love to call us home.
We chose Sterling Place for mom. She gets three meals a day and they help her with her medication as well as with her showers. It’s a nice and clean environment and they do a lot of interactive activities with the seniors. She is very comfortable there. The staff is very knowledgeable and they have physician on site. Everything exceeded our expectations.
I had a good tour at Ashford Court, but it wasn't what I was looking for. The room was more of a studio. The staff was very friendly, but it did not have a homey feeling. It's more like you're on vacation. It's very spread out, and we did a lot of walking. The location was by a busy road. Their price was comparable.
The Inn at Cass Lake was a lovely facility, but it was surrounded by apartment complexes, so it didn’t give any feeling of openness. The facility, the apartments, and the people were nice. You have to drive in right past a whole bunch of apartment complexes, so that wasn’t for me.
We loved Wescourt. We didn't have any problems with it. The rooms were very nice and adequate for what my mother-in-law is going to need for space. My husband and I thought it was fine. The man that helped us out was very friendly and nice. They had a laundry room. My husband and I both said we'd live there.
Genesee Gardens is beautiful with excellent staff. They acknowledge and greet you every time you walk in, tell you about whoever is there, and are very informative. I can’t say enough about them. The dining area is awesome. You can go there any time, any day of the week and dine with them for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The food is very good. The rooms are excellent and very clean; they do an awesome job in taking care of them. Their amenities are super. I like the hair salon and the little convenient store inside for any little necessities. They have a lot of outings residents sign up to do and go somewhere every week. It’s just wonderful.
We chose The Marquette because I like the entertainment that they offer to their residents. The building is very open and based on a cruise ship where the whole center of the building is open with the apartments along the outside. The staff is very good except for the chef because the food is terrible. They don’t listen to the residents, and I think that is just the way it is. For activities, they have an area with gym equipment, a little library area, movie room, pool table, and beautiful garden area.
I visited Genesee Gardens for my mother. The facility was well laid out, wide, and cheerful. For our needs, what I really liked about the community was that they had full nursing services available on-site and that they had contractors on-site that the residents could turn to if they needed that level of service. Another thing that I liked about it is that their goal is once you become a member of the community, all efforts will be made to have you reside there for the remainder of your life. Their managers were on-site. It's a little more expensive but still in a price range that my mother could afford.