Holiday Retirement - Virginia
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Holiday Retirement provides seniors in Virginia with unique and affordable independent retirement living. Our dedicated and genuinely devoted staff are as much a part of our welcoming communities as our residents are. It’s an unparalleled combination that serves to make life at our Holiday Retirement Virginia communities so enjoyable. It is all part of our signature service, The Holiday Touch, which is just one of the ways we provide wonderful opportunities for enviable senior living.
The Fairmont was definitely warm and welcoming. The gentleman there had a name on a welcoming sign for us, gave us a tour, answered all our questions, and was outstanding. In fact, it was so good that my sister-in-law, who is 60, said now she knows what's out there for her, so it was a very good experience. Had my mother been able, we would have definitely considered. Everything was a 10, no question.
The Fairmont was nice and clean. The directors were very helpful and nice. The apartments were nice and clean. They had a salon, a library, a computer room, and a little cafeteria. They had a bunch of activities on a daily basis, like interactions and current events. One thing that kind of turned me off was there was a smell of urine on the terrace.
The managers that run The Fairmont were very friendly and involved. It was very clean, and I got to see a couple of the rooms. Everything was good. It was old but very nice. There were lots of activities and plans for the residents, who looked friendly.
We liked Colonial Harbor so much, we didn't go anywhere else. It is $2,400 a month, which, I think, is pretty affordable. The staff member we met was quite nice. The dining area was very nice and a restaurant-style setting with orders sent right to the kitchen. It seemed like the security was very good. It was in a nice area, very clean, and updated. The rooms were nice. Everything about it was good. They had a chapel and play cards and different games.
The Fairmont seemed like a nice place. It was more of an independent living location. If you needed more, you have to contract that yourself. I was inquiring for my father, but I no longer need a place for him. Nevertheless, they were very helpful and informative, followed up with me, answered all my questions, and were just generally good people. They have a very busy calendar. I would recommend a family member to check them out.
We love living at The Fairmont! The managers Chris and Kellie are so nice and really care. The activities are fun and we go on exciting trips. Meals and housekeeping included. I recommend to all my friends. I feel I am alive again.