Continuing Care Retirement Communities in San Rafael, California

Aldersly Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
326 Mission Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94901
"Aldersly Garden has lovely surroundings, and when you go out your door, there are gardens. I like the staff. They are very courteous. I visited a one-bedroom apartment, and it is nice and big --..." More

Villa Marin

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
100 Thorndale Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903
"Villa Marin was great but you need a buy in. It’s up on a hill. The staff seemed very nice. They have a lot of activities and they have a pool and a restaurant. " More


The Carlisle

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1450 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
"I loved everything about The Carlisle. The food was great. The people were wonderful, and the staff was lovely. I loved the condos; you have to buy one there. They were small, but very nice. " More

San Francisco Towers

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1661 Pine Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
"I visited friends at San Francisco Towers. I liked it, but the reason I didn’t choose them is that I didn’t think they had any openings and it was a bit expensive. It was an excellent, lovely..." More

The Sequoias

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1400 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94109
"I've had both clients and friends at The Sequoias (a continuing care retirement community), and I've found that they deal with all levels of care well. The staff is very good. There always seems to..." More

The Tamalpais

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
501 Via Casitas, Greenbrae, CA 94920
"I’ve been in The Tamalpais, and it’s like a beautiful hotel in the hills with a view of the bay. It’s very lush, but I don’t like the narrow hallways. They have a lot of activities and menus that..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in San Rafael
  • Review of The Carlisle

    The Carlisle is a continuing care retirement community -- actually a condominium tower -- centrally located on Post Street, on Cathedral Hill. I've had clients there over the years, though none at ... Read more

  • Review of The Carlisle

    The Carlisle is an extremely upscale condominium for seniors and is great for elders who still want all the fabulous amenities. It is located in Lower Pac Heights in a quiet, but convenient locati... Read more

  • Review of The Carlisle

    The Carlisle was very nice and had excellent food but is much too expensive. They answered whatever questions I gave them. The only thing that I really remember about the Carlisle, besides the peop... Read more

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