From the Provider
Merrill Gardens at Queen Anne is located in Lower Queen Anne in Seattle, Washington, and is near shopping, restaurants, art venues, and medical services. Our apartment-style independent living community offers all of the amenities of a home without the work. Imagine a life without household chores, yard work or home maintenance.
Merrill Gardens at Queen Anne Location
- Close to medical services, shopping and restaurants - Outdoor walking paths and garden areas - Extensive landscaped courtyard with fountains and greenhouse
- Independent living and assisted living - 24-hour staff - Anytime-dining served restaurant style - Weekly housekeeping and linen service - Full activity program - Scheduled transportation - On-site maintenance
- Library, comfortable living rooms and social meeting rooms - Private dining room available for special events - Onsite wellness center - Complimentary internet access with personal e-mail account - Concierge services - Wine bar and bistro - Rooftop patio - Salon and barbershop - Garage parking for residents - Small pets welcome - Modern electronic security key system - State of the art resident call system in every apartment
- Month-to-month rental, no buy-in required - Moderate Income apartments available - All utilities included, except telephone
Reviews of Merrill Gardens at Queen Anne
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of resident
Very disappointing. The staff turnover is extraordinarily high, and the CNAs seem poorly trained and overworked. When my mother lived here, we were extremely disappointed in the quality of service, food, lodgings and activity....definitely didn't live up to its promise and its high price.
I visited this facility
The location is excellent for older people who want access to culture. Seattle Center is nearby, as are multiple coffee shops, groceries, and playhouses. Lower Queen Anne is in a fairly low crime area. One drawback is that the facility is on a slope, so more active adults may need assistance walking in the nearby area. The building is spacious, with good visibility to the outside for those unicorn-like sunny Seattle days. The socialization areas and outdoor gardens are well kept. The dining room is open to walk-in parties until 7 p.m. so adults are not forced into a regimented schedule. My only negative comment is that my dad is a walker, so the steep sidewalks, combined with Seattle rain, make for a fairly dangerous combination. The location is very close to a cultural hub, but the terrain can be treacherous. Parking is not easily available as many local residents appear to park on the sidewalks.