Myrtle Beach Senior Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Myrtle Beach Senior Living Options

Brightwater

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Brightwater was the first facility I went to and was not really impressed. The staff who accommodated me took me to someone else’s room, which I thought he should have not done due to privacy. The room I saw was nice and higher class. He mainly talked about finances, and I could not afford it...

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Brightwater

Review by Arthur

Consumer

I thought Brightwater was very nice. The rooms were very nice. I had a very good friend who was a patient there one time after his heart surgery. They had a larger and more skilled care. They were known for having very good medical care. I thought the staff was excellent...

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Eagle Crest

Review by Disappointed Son

Consumer

Eagle Crest has just announced that managers will no longer be living on the premises of this facility. As a substitute, residents will be given a special phone to call if there is an emergency at night. Eagle Crest is an "independent living" facility, but it accepts many residents that are compromised...

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Eagle Crest

Review by CaringReviewer141959

Consumer

The staff at Eagle Crest is doing a good job with my parents. They're very accommodating and care about their residents. There's a pool table and some exercise machines. The dining area is very nice, neat, clean, and comfortable. The food is OK. Their price is right in the same range as everybody else.

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