Description of Peninsula Del Rey
Peninsula Del Ray is a senior community in Daly City, California, that offers assisted and independent living accommodations. It features a reception desk and a 24-hour emergency call system. Weekly housekeeping and linen services are available, as are various meal packages.
Residents can take part in social, recreational, educational and cultural activities, plus health and fitness classes. Scheduled transportation services are available to take residents to doctors' appointments and shopping and entertainment destinations. Peninsula Del Ray's amenities include walking paths, landscaped gardens, a gift and sundries shop, a library and a heated outdoor spa. Its one- and two-bedroom residences have features such as well-equipped kitchens and private balconies.
The community's staff can provide assistance with medication management and grooming, dressing and bathing. Residents receiving assisted living services are provided with personal holistic wellness plans, which help meet the physical, emotional, spiritual, social and intellectual needs of residents.
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Reviews of Peninsula Del Rey
Peninsula Del Rey
165 Pierce Street
I Visited This Facility
Peninsula Del Rey is a very beautiful community, but they have very little assisted living, and they're more geared for independent living. They have a full beauty salon, exercise room, and an inner court that was very nice and very sheltered. You walk in it's very impressive, there's a two-level high ceiling, and a beautiful staircase that's two stories up. The public rooms are beautiful, it's a fairly new community so everything was nice. Some of the bedrooms they offer include 1-bedrooms, and some are studios; they all have functional kitchens so people can do what they want. There are lots of activities and transportation is provided. It seems geared more toward independent living. The assisted living was quite expensive because you get points for all the assistance you get, and they actually have a limit as to how much assistance a person can get as well. It's not a fit for someone who really needs assistance, but it's a very nice place.