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Renaissance Luxury Retirement Living

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Overall Rating 4.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Rae Vulcano
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    I got lost there tonight delivering an order for the company I work for and was stressed and nearly in tears.. Shannon (an aid or med tech ..honestly im not sure) stayed on the phone until she found me and walked me out.. Im so thankful for her kindness! Also the facility is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! I would recommend to my own family.

  • Diane Jones
    ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    The resident suites are clean and versatile. The staff has been very supportive and helpful during my mom's move. There are so many activities to keep you busy. The food has always been great in the dining area and the waitstaff very courteous

  • Andres Montoya
    ★★★★★ 12 months ago

    I love the Renaissance. The residents are super cool. The Servers at the Bistro are also very friendly and attentive. The chef is amazing! They do this special event every 1st Wednesday of the Month called "A Meal in the Life" where the Executive Chef does a live cooking demonstration in the middle of the dining room for all of the guests to see and taste. Every month is food from a different country.. he just did Meatballs from Italy and the month before it was Lamb Kabobs from Morocco!

  • Gabrielle Platero
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    Very unprofessional management team. Say they'll work with you, but when you do everything they say, you still manage to mess up and they give you a final write up. No warnings or no chances like other jobs as a new hire. My advice if you get sick badly, this isn't a good place for employment because they never understand and their system of a doctor's note is ridiculous. Then if there are issues, they take forever to get things fixed for you or they say "oh... I forgot". They try to make this a good family oriented, I got your back, we'll work with you and the training they want to say we will work at your pace make you feel comfortable. Need another week of training then that's fine no pressure. I call BS. Not true at all.. I feel like I was getting pressured to do things I was not even ready for yet. Management is the main one at blame. Trying to get me into their uniform before I was even finished with my training. Again I could go on forever about how unprofessional this place is. Not to mention how filthy the place is in the kitchen and poor cleaning they do each night. The food is so basic and a total rip off. My mom cooks better food then that stuff they serve in the smallest portions I have ever seen in my life.

  • ANDRES MONTOYA
    ★★★★★ 12 months ago

    The Renaissance is awesome! The best part of the Renaissance is the Dining Services department. That team rocks! Such a great, friendly and fun loving team. The two managers, Ansel and Dan are very responsive and passionate about what they do

 

Other Information

Facility TypeAssisted Living Center-Personal
Facility Type Code1J2
License NumberAL8555C
License Effective Date2014-12-01
License Expiration Date2015-11-30
Medicaid CertifiedNo




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