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We went to Belleair Towers and we were accommodated and shown everything and they answered all our questions. Their independent living was rather small. I personally would rather have more people to be acquainted with and there were only 50 of them in the independent living, but it was a very nice facility and we enjoyed the visit. They had the pool, exercise room, activities, and transportation service.
We went to Belleair Towers. The rooms were very nice, but the food was terrible. I wasn't that impressed with the food staff at all. The laundry room is at the end of the hall. There were exposed pipes that had been worked on. It looked like they had been recently bought by another company. They have new carpeting, which is very nice. The rooms were very nice; I liked them. The location is out of the way, but it is very nice and is a park-like area. It is not a large community, but they seem to have adequate activities for those who are interested in what's going on. They have a nice pool and a hot tub outside. We saw several of the activity rooms around as well. The lady that met us was fine, but I got the impression that it was more of a sales thing, as opposed to introducing you to residents and helping you find a place.
Belleair Towers looked nice. It was good. The layout was very nice. The tour was good. The person who assisted us was very knowledgeable. They had a nice dining area, a library, and an exercise room.
The staff at Belleair Towers was very helpful. Brandon showed us around. He was extremely helpful and he laid out all the amenities and all the other aspects that we were interested in. We had a list of questions and he was able to answer all of them. The place was fine. The rooms were very nice, and much larger than most of the others. The overall grounds were fine. We didn't have any complaints. We're very pleased with the whole experience.
Hi John, thank you for providing us with such a wonderful review of your tour at Belleair Towers. We love hearing back from residents and guests. Please let us know if you have any additional questions. We hope to see you again soon!
Belleair Towers was our second choice. Their lobby turned my wife off. She felt it was dated and did not seem inviting. They had a good-sized two-bedroom apartment that would have been nice. The activities seemed good, but the location was farther away from the different things that we might want to go to.
We're moving in to Belleair Towers on the 30th. They met our needs because they take three dogs. It's a ground floor, 2-bedroom, 2-bath with sliders, which is important for dog people. The sliders open right out into the yard. You don't have to dress and walk your dogs down the hallway and out the door to let them do their natural processes. It'll be just like a little house for us. The apartment is on the backside of the building, and the yard opens into the enclosed area of the pool. Even as the dogs got loose, they can't go anywhere. The people were very nice and made the process very easy moving in. They have a nice dining room. It's not a big facility with only 50 units. It's more like a family. They have an enclosed swimming pool, which is outside, but it has a screen enclosure. It also has a Jacuzzi. Everything's very compact. If I walked out the back door of my apartment, I would be on the pool deck in about 50 steps. The activities are on the lower side because most of them are in-house like exercise programs and games. They clean the apartment and change the linens, and they provide 3 meals a day. We were invited to a Memorial Day barbecue, and the chef knew most of the people by name, asked them how their food was and if she could get them anything.
I saw one- and two-bedroom apartments at Belleair Towers, and they were both OK. Their dining area is large enough for what they needed. The staff seemed friendly.
Belleair Towers is old and could use some updating in the various sections of the building. The food is inconsistent; sometimes it's very good, sometimes it's very bad. The staff is extremely friendly, caring, goes above and beyond to make the residents feel comfortable. Overall, everybody who works there is top notch. I could honestly say that it's a perfect place, but the food is a little bit of an issue for my parents because they are picky eaters, and it's just inconsistent. They have a big variety of great activities for people who are wheelchair-bound and also have activities for the more active ones.
Belleair Towers was strictly independent living. They had a two-bedroom and two-bath, roughly 1,500-square-foot apartment priced at $2,450 per month, which is phenomenal. However, they didn't offer any assisted care for when the time comes, which was something that I would need to consider. It was too big and had a $3,500 one-time-only fee to get in. The place was lovely. It had a wraparound balcony, which was wonderful, and a lot of nice amenities and things to do. It had an office downstairs with an agency that would handle ALF problems should anybody need it, but that was a separate fee and had nothing to do with the facility itself. They had a pool with the temperature set to 91 degrees and a Jacuzzi that's 104 degrees, and an exercise room. However, they had wallpaper in the kitchen and bathroom that was a little outdated and needed to be upgraded, but other than that, it was perfect.
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