Huntington Beach Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Huntington Beach Assisted Living Facilities

Huntington Terrace

Review by John's Wife

Consumer

My husband was an Alzheimer's resident in Memory Care until he passed away. I can't say enough wonderful things about Huntington Terrace and its staff. The compassion the caregivers showed him was amazing. He would tell me "This is a really nice place" when I visited.

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Huntington Terrace

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We visited Huntington Terrace, and it was very good. The staff and the man that took us to the apartment were excellent. We had lunch there, and it was excellent as well. I just fell in love with the place. The rooms were very good. They wer eplaying bingo when I was there. I was impressed with the location.

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Huntington Terrace

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Huntington Terrace was very nice. I considered going there, but it was bigger than the place I would be going to, and I liked the smaller ones. They showed me the rooms. The studios were very nice and large for a studio, but I wanted a one-bedroom, and I really could not afford the one-bedroom there.

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Huntington Terrace

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We chose Huntington Terrace because Mom and Dad could be together. The staff is excellent. The room is nice, the food is great, the staff is wonderful, and the place is very clean.

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Sea Cliff Assisted Living

Review by Maria

Consumer

Sea Cliff is not a place you would like to send a loved one to. The food is not good and the staff r unfriendly. The new activity director does not no what she is doing and the staff and Director lie to you about things getting done...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach was once a sleepy seaside town before experiencing two distinctive growth spurts: the oil boom of the 1920's and the surf craze of the 1950's. Huntington Beach is the official home of the USA Surf Team, but the good weather and high quality of life has encouraged both surfers and landlubbers alike to award this city with a title of "The Best Place to Live in Orange County." Surf City's party atmosphere in no way overrides the city’s commitment to public safety, and it has consistently ranked as one of the top 25 safest places to live in the United States. Assisted living in Huntington Beach is an attractive option for active seniors looking for fun in the sun.

Huntington Beach Recreation

There is no need to hunt for a beach in Huntington Beach, as the 8.5 mile-long coastline provides plenty of excellent spots to soak up the sun. Simply choose from one of the city's four world-renowned recreation areas: Huntington City Beach, Bolsa Chica State Beach, Dog Beach, Huntington State Beach. For residents of assisted living in Huntington Beach who are tired of dumping sand out of their shoes, the city also provides many quality inland options, such as the grand Huntington Central Park. Offering over 350 acres of natural beauty, Central Park contains an amphitheater, equestrian center, disc golf course, sports complex, nature center, restaurants and hosts a variety of local events throughout the year.

Huntington Beach Activities

When residents of assisted living in Huntington Beach are ready to move in from the waterfront, they can find entertainment at the Central library, which contains a 300-seat theatre used by Huntington Beach Playhouse. The Huntington Beach Art Center hosts both visual art exhibits and regularly scheduled jazz and blues concerts. A wide variety of services, classes and events are offered at the Rodgers Seniors' Center, where the elderly citizens of Huntington Beach are encouraged to become engaged in their community.

Huntington Beach Medical Facilities

Huntington Beach Hospital has proudly served the community for over 40 years, providing the services of a large regional medical center in a more intimate, personalized setting. The hospital invites seniors enjoying assisted living in Huntington Beach to join their "Circle of Friends" program, which offers a range of healthy living benefits and services specially designed for individuals age 50 and older.  

Huntington Beach Transportation

The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) bus system is the primary means for residents of assisted living in Huntington Beach to travel around the city. Along with reduced fares for regular fixed-route schedules, OCTA also offers a paratransit service, ACCESS, for eligible riders. For travel to Los Angeles, Disneyland or beyond, Orange County Metrolink trains connect with other Metrolink train systems throughout Southern California.

Find Assisted Living in Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach is an ideal residence for the active senior who is young at heart. To browse a directory of communities in this area, visit our Huntington Beach Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top