From the Provider
The Harrison Regent is located in Ogden, UT, providing a vibrant backdrop for your new life as a valued member of our caring community.
Our live-in managers are available to assist with any event or emergency 24/7. They take pleasure in getting to know each of our residents and look out for their comfort and happiness. Our chefs prepare three delicious meals from scratch each day, served in our beautiful dining room. We provide housekeeping, linen services, fun and stimulating activities, off-site excursions, transportation to your personal appointments and a variety of classes and programs. Our warm, comfortable community and our friendly staff and residents are waiting to welcome you.
So come to The Harrison Regent for a visit...and stay!
*We understand that each individual is unique and that needs may change over time. Holiday Retirement 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.
Reviews of The Harrison Regent
Average Rating: based on 3 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of resident
My mother was not there long enough for me to rate the services. I don't know what you would get for $1800 but it must be a closet. The rent they asked from my mother was $2795 for a small one bedroom apartment. If she had moved in with a husband it would have been $3295 a month. This was supposed to be some kind of move in special! This just shows that my mother was no longer thinking clearly. Although I was trying to take her to see assisted living communities, while I was at work, the Harrison Regent was calling my mother at least three times a day. Before I knew what had happened she told me she had signed the papers. I was not happy. They hooked her up with a mover and everything. She was moving her furniture over there so quick I was dumbfounded. She gave them a check for around $4200 dollars to move in. She moved some of her furniture over there on March 6th. Two days after partially moving in she had a heart attack. She was in the hospital for 2 weeks before passing away. She never regained conciousness in those two weeks. She passed away on March 23rd. When I went to turn in the keys I was informed that I owed the company $758 because there is a 30 day notice that begins on the date of death! She had paid $1395 for an activity fee that they said was non-refundable although she wasn't there long enough to have participated in any activities and she had paid a full months rent and lived there two days. I was livid. I had several things to take care of, since my mother had just passed away, and had decided that the company was going to be greedy and keep all the money. I didn't have the energy to deal with this at this time. When I actually got a check that said it was a refund of the activity fee. I was quite surprised and thought that this company wasn't quite so bad after all! Wrong. While they were giving with one hand they were taking with the other. They took $931 out of my bank account 18 days after my mother died. This account had transferred to me upon my mother's death. I did not know about it until the statement came in May. Now they were saying that the $931, not $758 even, is what my mother still owed. They withdrew this money after her death from an account that was no longer in her name. If you are keeping up with the count, this is about $3730 they have collected for my mother living and eating there for 2 days. That is with the refund of the activity fee which she never had time to use any of. They lead my mother to believe that, even though they were listed as an independent living facility, they were for all intents and purposes an assisted living facility. They are even listed under assisted living accommodations on the internet. This is not accurate.
I visited this facility
The Harrison Regent seemed to be a very comfortable facility with a home-like appeal. As a visitor, I noticed that the residents all seemed to be in generally good spirits and were quite contented. The atmosphere was welcoming and very calming. As I spent time with the residents of the facility I noticed that they seemed quite happy with the rooms at the Harrison Regent, as well as with the food at the facility. I know that it can be difficult to find an assisted-living facility with good meals but this facility seemed to have high-quality food. In addition to having good food, the facility also ensures that there are plenty of activities to be engaged in, from participating in sports-type activities (such as using a Wii system) to volunteer activities. There are also a lot of amenities for the residents, such as available transportation to various places (e.g. for a doctor's appointment), game rooms, and free laundry services. The staff at the facility were also very welcoming and accommodating, and seemed to care deeply for the residents
I visited this facility
I was very impressed, friendly, out going caregivers, great greeters, sweet tenants and very smart small condo's. Not all condo's were given walk-in tubs or wheelchair showers. Other than how far away it is from my home, I feel it was better then the more expensive Emeritus Estates, located in North Ogden, Utah.
Location of The Harrison Regent
Features of The Harrison Regent
- Lowest monthly rate: 1,795
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- 2-bedroom apartments
- Studio apartments
- Some residents have in-room kitchenettes
- Meals delivered to residents' rooms
- Meals in a shared dining roon
- Private dining room
- Beauty/Barber shop
- Computer room
- Hiking trails
- TV room
- Parking for residents
- Transportation for residents (shuttle bus or similar)
- Laundry service for linens
- Private services
Technology and entertainment
- Cable TV in resident's rooms
- Organized offsite activities (outings, etc)
- Lectures and discussions
- Wii sports competition
- Guests can attend meals
- Guests can stay overnight
- Ample parking for guests
- All Pets