Las Vegas Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Las Vegas Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Las Vegas for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,925/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Las Vegas Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Acacia Springs $3,620/month
Heritage Springs $2,700/month
Pacifica Senior Living San Martin $3,025/month
Desert Springs Senior Living $1,800/month
Pacifica Senior Living Regency $1,595/month
Oakey Assisted Living $2,595/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Prestige Assisted Living at Henderson Henderson $2,810/month
Prestige Senior Living at Mira Loma Henderson $2,050/month
Sunrise of Henderson Henderson $4,000/month
Merrill Gardens at Green Valley Ranch Henderson $4,200/month
Pacifica Senior Living Green Valley Henderson $2,495/month
Coronado Heights Senior Living Henderson $2,400/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Las Vegas Assisted Living Facilities

Las Ventanas

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Las Ventanas is a top-notch community in Las Vegas. I am very impressed with their Director of Nursing, Darcy. She truly has the resident's best interest in mind. The staff from the sales team to the Director all want to make sure that their residents are happy and healthy.

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Las Ventanas

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Noted as the only Continuing Care Retirement Community in Nevada, Las Ventanas offers a rich array of amenities throughout it's nearly 18 acre campus...

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Brookdale Las Vegas

Review by Richard Gilbreath

Consumer

The facility was dirty, there was no staff except house keeping and kitchen help on Sunday when I went to Vegas to see my Mother. Since my last visit she had been moved to a different room and I could not find anyone to assist me...

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Brookdale Las Vegas

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I thought Brookdale Las Vegas was very nice and well kept. However, I thought it was more senior care and not assisted living. The rooms were very nice. The residents were all women with maybe one or two men, and most of them were in wheelchairs. They had activities available.

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Brookdale Las Vegas

Review by Visitor

Consumer

My visit to Brookdale was OK. I wasn’t impressed, and I know for sure that I won't be going there. I didn’t like it because it looked like a prison to me and the dining area looked like a big buffet. Everybody was friendly, but I just didn’t like the whole setup.

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Brookdale Las Vegas

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I was impressed with Brookdale; it was very nice and was all on one level, which I liked. The atmosphere was friendly. I liked the lady who helped us.

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Map of Las Vegas Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Las Vegas

Las Vegas, known to many as the "Entertainment Capital of the World," is the largest city in the state of Nevada. The most recent population estimate for this bustling city was 1,865,746. Las Vegas is famous for being a major resort city that caters to those interested in fine dining, shopping and gambling. Seniors interested in assisted living in Las Vegas will be surprised when they learn that this metropolitan city is less than 100 years old. It was established in 1905 as a popular railroad town and stopover on pioneer trails to the west, and became a city in 1911.

Las Vegas Attractions

An internationally known city, Las Vegas has a huge assortment of attractions and activities to choose from. Residents of assisted living in Las Vegas can visit the unique Atomic Testing Museum, which is the first museum of its kind in the nation. This 8,000-square-foot exhibit hall includes artifacts from the Smithsonian Institute, as well as pieces from the Berlin Wall and the World Trade Centers. It provides multiple viewpoints on the work conducted at the Nevada Test Site. Visitors will enjoy a highly interactive experience. The Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, which is part of the Flamingo resort, is home to Chilean Flamingos. Other species of wildlife include swans, turtles, koi and ducks whose habitats are surrounded by sparkling waterfalls and beautiful green foliage.

Las Vegas Senior Activities

There are eight senior centers located throughout the city of Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Senior Center facility has classrooms, a kitchen, multi-purpose room and a television room. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Las Vegas can choose from an assortment of classes and workshops, such as aerobics, Bridge, dance, Japanese embroidery, needlepoint, music and voice lessons. Other programs and events include card games, craft sales, health screenings, library services and excursions.

Las Vegas Medical Facilities

Residents of assisted living in Las Vegas will receive excellent medical care at Spring Valley Hospital, a four-story facility with 319,000 square feet of space. It was built in 2003 and has 231 beds. The campus is also host to 20 professional suites with physicians that specialize in urology, general surgery and gynecology. Spring Valley Hospital is committed to providing patients with medical care in a comfortable and convenient environment and recently received certification from the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services to perform open-heart surgeries.

Las Vegas Transportation

Seniors can travel throughout the city on RTC Transit, a public transportation bus system that provides service throughout Las Vegas, Henderson and the surrounding suburbs. Due to an increasing demand for mobility, RTC established the Silver STAR service with seniors in mind. This service stops at senior centers, popular retail outlets and communities of assisted living in Las Vegas connecting with regular fixed routes to provide a wide range of destinations for passengers. Seniors can also use the Flexible Demand Response curb-to-curb transit service and are eligible for reduced fares on all public transport. Las Vegas is a popular retirement location due to the opportunities it provides to enjoy fine dining, shopping and relaxing leisure activities. To view a list of local senior housing, visit our Las Vegas Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top