Chateau de Boise


7250 W Poplar St , Boise, ID 83704

(855) 840-7257

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Chateau de Boise is not a place where I would want to live. It was kind of old and I wasn't comfortable there. The staff was friendly enough, but the interview wasn't all that great. He seemed to be encouraging me more to eat there and the only people that were in the dining area had walkers and wheelchairs. The food wasn't that good. The place seemed to be dark, dingy, and it had an old feeling. It was like being in a nursing home. The staff member was cordial, but the interview was very short. I had to wait 15 minutes for him to become available and yet I had an appointment with him. I just was not impressed.

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I'm currently living at Chateau de Boise, and it's great. I really like it here, the price is fair, the manager and staff are friendly, and the people are all friendly. The food is good, it's just that it gets old after a while. They have more activities than you can do in a day. They have Bingo, horse races, dominoes, bean bag baseball, coloring, and we usually go to movies on Tuesdays. They have fire side reading, they have bible study classes, and they have people coming in every week who do stuff.

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I liked everything I saw in Chateau de Boise, everybody seemed happy. The apartments looked fine, and the dining room looked clean. Everybody was getting ready for activities, and they were taking the residents on a bus trip to Jackpot. The staff that I met seemed friendly, and everything looked clean and nice.

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Chateau de Boise was an awesome place. The staff was very nice, friendly, and helpful. We ate lunch there, and a couple of residents who sat at the table with us were very nice. It was a very nice place. They got back in touch with me and tried to help me a little bit. The studio apartment was clean and nice. They had a couple of different sizes and layouts. The food and service were good. In the game room, they had a long board on a table with horses on it simulating horse racing, and they were all laughing and had a lot of fun with it. They also had several puzzles set up on different tables. They had a library, room with some exercise equipment in it, a special dining room area to the side if you wanted to have a guest or a birthday party, and a laundry room with ironing boards.

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I toured Chateau de Boise and I liked it. I liked the apartments, but they had no openings at that time. They had a lot of activities. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

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Chateau de Boise was very good. The dining area was really clean and easy to get to. The rooms were really nice, good, and clean. They're doing maintenance and taking carpet out of some other rooms, which is good because that means they're keeping them up. Everybody was really nice, and the cleaning ladies know everybody by name and not by room number, which was good. The only thing was that when you first walk in the lobby, it had a funky smell which kind of put me off, but I liked everything else. The grounds were well-maintained, they'll take you to the bank, and there's a bus that'll take you to trips every morning. There were a lot of people sitting and being social in the open areas. There were quite a few women in alcoves playing cards and different places where different people were doing different things.

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My friend is in Chateau de Boise. I like the living accommodations and the fact that she will have meals, so I do not have to worry about her not eating. I checked many of them before I put her in there, and I liked that one the best. The food is great. She does not have any complaints. She really likes it there.

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I am living in Chateau de Boise, and I love it. I’m one happy camper. It’s a beautiful place, the food is outstanding, and everybody is friendly. The surroundings are very pleasant, and there are a lot of big trees. I have a one-bedroom apartment and a patio with a view of a nice lawn and big trees. All in all, I'm happy where I am.

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Costs for Chateau de Boise

Independent Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 2,000

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Chateau de Boise

Property Info

Emergency Services: Less than 2 Miles

Shopping: Less than 1 Mile

Recreation: Less than 1 Mile

Minimum Age: 55

Private Units

Studio Apartments

1-Bedroom Units

Cottage-Style Homes


Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Parking Provided

Fitness Room/Gym

Billiards Lounge

Game Room

TV & Media Room


Full-Time Activity Director

LDS Bible Study

Friday Fun Bus

Music Therapy

Wii Team Bowling


Outside Patio/Gardens

Cable/Satellite TV

Pet Policy: Small pets allowed

Private Dining Room Available

Restaurant-Style Dining


Other Transportation Provided

Private Laundry


Linen Service

Travel Program

Live-In Managers

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Description of Chateau de Boise


Residents at the Chateau de Boise will find numerous dining, shopping and healthcare facilities within minutes of our home. They can also easily reach top attractions such as the Shoshone Falls, the Lucky Peak Reservoir and the superb wineries in nearby Marsing.

Chateau de Boise is owned and operated by Holiday Retirement, a company in the business of providing comfort, value and security to seniors. Since 1971, Holiday has been creating cheerful communities for individuals who want to enjoy an independent and enriching retirement.

Featured Amenities

To help our residents maintain optimal health, we offer them three nutritious meals every day that are prepared by our professional chefs to meet the special dietary requirements of seniors. We also provide an exercise center and guided classes to help seniors stay as fit as possible.

To ensure that our residents never get bored, we offer a wealth of amenities. Residents can spend their days hanging out in our media room watching television or playing on our Nintendo Wii®. They can also relax in our game room while enjoying a game of pool or putting together a challenging puzzle.

Available Services

When residents want to travel, they may take advantage of our signature travel program, which allows them to vacation at any of the 300 Holiday Retirement communities across North America and enjoy the same level of service they receive at their home community for no additional charge.

At Chateau de Boise, we understand that each individual is unique and that needs may change over time. Holiday does not provide any health care services. However, residents are welcome to receive services from any outside home health care provider of their choice to help them continue enjoying life at our community.

While moving into a new home can be a challenge, the wonderful combination of services, amenities and senior care make the Chateau de Boise a superb choice for those seeking an independent living home.