Courtyard Towers Senior Living

Offers Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Memory Care

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22 North Robson Street, Mesa, AZ 85201
Call (800) 385-2527
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Assisted Living Reviews for Courtyard Towers Senior Living

March 18, 2016

By Rhonda29

I visited this facility

Courtyard Towers has apartment-type living and closer to our home. They have activities and stuff. We had lunch, and the food was pretty good. We saw one room with a nice view. The staff was wonderful. They have trips and card games.

Provider Response

Hi Rhonda29, Thank you for taking the time to write a review about Courtyard Towers! We offer a wide-array of apartment selections within our assisted living and memory care lifestyle options to accommodate the needs of every resident. We are glad you enjoyed lunch and thought our staff were wonderful! The talent, skill and dedication of our team members impress us on a daily basis, and providing the best resident care is always a top priority here at Courtyard Towers.

July 04, 2015

By Caring110512150

I visited this facility

Courtyard Towers was nice. They were helpful. The staff was great. The rooms were nice. They had locked memory units and open units. It was a busy active place with lots of people coming and going and interactions. It was pleasant. We had lunch there, and it was great. The food was delicious. The dining room was like a nice restaurant. It was good. It was quite secure. My mom called it a senior apartment, and it was a pretty active social place. The lobby, the room, and everything was a little smaller, but it was nice.

June 29, 2015

By Anonymous109207450

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The assisted living facility of Courtyard Towers is a 14-story building. We have three meals a day that are very good. They have some activities going on like deep breathing yoga class. Unfortunately, we have one of the most expensive apartments, but we do have separate baths and separate bedrooms. I think the staff has been excellent. They are very pleasant, and they are pretty well trained to understand and to serve without expecting a tip.

May 15, 2015

By Anne106188850

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Courtyards Towers is good. My mother has private room, which is very nice with plenty of room. I have not eaten there, but the food seems to be OK. The dining area is clean. They have some entertainment and things. I like that they are friendly.

May 08, 2015

By Reelay

I visited this facility

I have visited the facility and spoken with residents on several occasions because I live in townhomes behind the building. They do NOT have transportation 5 days a week; they have transportation to doctor's appts. on Tuesday and Thursday only, and only IF it's within 7 miles. They may also have an RN or someone who sees residents, but I can tell you because of my profession and having been there to see patients that they never ever check the ears of the residents for impacted wax, to make sure the ears are being cleaned, to make sure wax has not cemented itself to their hearing aids, etc....That is despicable to me.

March 31, 2015

By Diana39

I visited this facility

We visited Courtyard Towers for my husband's mom. I liked the location and the price. The atmosphere was nice. The lady staff was very nice. They had a nice lunchroom, and there was a calendar of the events. I thought the room for her would have been fine and spacious enough. It looked well maintained, and it kind of felt like a hotel.

February 11, 2015

By Norman7

I visited this facility

The rooms were clean, but too small. They were adequate for a single person, but not for a couple. The grounds were very well taken care of, and the staff was very attentive. We had a meal, and that was very good. Courtyard Towers looked like an old hotel that's just converted. I would much rather see a smaller building where people could mingle easier inside and outside. When you get them in a high rise, they have a tendency to stay in their rooms, and the only time the interaction with other people was on the elevator going down to eat. The nature of the building limits interaction except during the dining time.

January 12, 2015

By Pat100628850

I am a friend or relative of a resident

From what I have seen in the Courtyard Towers, they have a good rapport with the tenants, and they are very accommodating to their needs in terms of making changes to the apartments and trying to make it affordable for them. They have a chef on staff that prepares all the meals, and they have a large menu. Everything that my parents need is right there. There is a hair salon, and they hold church services in the building. They also have lots of activities. The staff that assisted us during the tour was very helpful, accommodating, and friendly. We had a very good visit. I would recommend this to other seniors who are looking for an assisted living facility.

December 22, 2014

By Caring99069550

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Courtyard Towers is beautiful. The rooms are alright, but they are small. They have a refrigerator but no stove. However, the service my mother gets stinks. They don't come in and do what is expected like make the bed, help her when she has an accident, and get cleaned up. The activities are OK. They play bingo, and they have a theater in there. Regarding the food, some of it is good, and some of it isn't. The dining area is great. However, as with the staff, they just don't do their job very well.

December 02, 2014

By Kenneth14

I visited this facility

Courtyard Towers was actually a nice facility, but it didn’t feel right for me. It was kind of a hotel situation, and it did kind of have an old-folk smell. I was only there for 10 minutes, and I was not able to neither meet any staff nor check out an apartment.

Provider Response

I am so sorry you had this experience. I would be happy to meet with you personally and show you our community. --Ginni Ryan Executive Director 480-649-3000

October 02, 2014

By Caring99787550

I visited this facility

The Towers (Courtyard Towers) was beautiful. Their rooms were really nice. Everything about them was nice. They were just not in my mother's price range. Their dining room was very nice. Their menu was very nice; everything looked very nice. I like The Towers because they had more activities. I spoke with their recreation director and they had a lot going on. They had activities outside of the facility, and they had exercise activities. They could play games. However, the facility was just kind of dated. It looked older.

June 26, 2014

By Caring88000350

I visited this facility

I think the rooms at Courtyard Towers are very nice. The staff were very nice, and it seems like they cover everything.

June 25, 2014

By Diana32

I visited this facility

Everyone was very nice and very helpful at Courtyard Towers. They took us on a tour, and the visit was fine, but it wasn't what I wanted. It was clean and nice, but it was too big and impersonal for what I felt that my mother needed. It was a better facility for assisted living than an Alzheimer's care unit. Also, it was out of our price range. I just wasn't happy with their Alzheimer's area. When I walked on the lockdown floor, people there were walking around like zombies.

November 27, 2013

By Caring73355950

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I liked it! The facility is good. I have a friend who was at Courtyard. I like their food choices. You have a choice of three meals and it was good. The last time I had chicken and it was good. In fact, I even told the chef that the food was good. I felt like I was almost in a resort, that's how nice it was.

November 20, 2012

By mturk1

I visited this facility

Courtyard Towers is in the heart of Downtown Mesa. It is near a great yoga and coffee shop called Inside the Bungalow. The towers look clean and the people look well taken care of. There are a few benches outside where some residents go to smoke and talk to each other. There is handicap parking and visitor parking on the street near the benches. I didn't think it was particularly great that some of the residents smoke but it seems like there is that kind of freedom that is offered to them. The building is nice and for any resident who needs assistance they offer many amenities. Since it's in a convenient location I think it would be easy to visit a relative living there. The rooms at Courtyard Towers are nice. There are a lot of different floor plans available. I felt like the carpet was a bit ugly but everything seemed clean.

September 13, 2012


I visited this facility

I was the one, who helped my grandparents move into this retirement community, they were not sure if this was a good idea for them, but after being there 7 months now I visit them once in a while and they absolutely love it!

November 17, 2011

By EmilyNicoll

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother suffers from a severe form of dementia known as Alzheimer's. Consequently, taking care of her at home became really difficult seeing as she needed constant babysitting. After hearing about courtyard from my neighbor we decided to tour the facility and were truly impressed by the on hands staff they have. After reading a number of reviews and talking to others who were familiar with courtyard we took a leap of faith and sent my mother there to live and I don't regret it at all! They're so accommodating and do everything in the power to make sure her illness doesn't dictate her life. They have daily activities t keep her occupied and challenge her brain as well as 24 hr supervision and security on the grounds surrounding the living towers. She even had a nurse who consults with me every week, letting me know how my mom is doing. The best part is that the nurse is all inclusive with the rent. I only wish they didn't have as many rules and stipulations regarding guests and curfew but I suppose it's there for a reason. Overall I can't complain!

August 29, 2011

By JackieRN

I am a friend or relative of a resident

If your parents/grandparents are looking for a vibrant, lively community for seniors, then this is the place for them. Delicious 3 meals a day are prepared in a dining room with cloth table covers, cloth napkins; friendly wait staff and a great variety of choices. This 14 story building sits in downtown Mesa and offers views of some of Mesa's beautiful green tree lined roads. Activities abound from movie nights in the theater to hangman, bingo, talent shows and other live entertainment. Warm and caring staff provide independent, assisted living and memory care services so one would not have to move as they progress through declining phases of life. Studio apartments to 2 bedroom apartments are reasonable in price with additional costs based on care needed. One would be pleased to see their parent/grandparent flourish in this environment where they would be meeting others and enjoying activities to keep them feeling healthy and vibrant.

July 27, 2011

By Emmyrose


This is a 14-story building. It's the tallest building in Mesa. It's an older building, but it's really well kept up "“ it looks brand new. The director there is a very sweet person. They have 175 apartments, and they offer studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments. They have a memory care unit as well. All the apartments have kitchens. They have their own doctors who come in. They provide transportation 5 days a week, and they have an LPN and an RN 7 days a week, plus assistants. The main dining room is downstairs and is fixed up like a regular restaurant. The interior of the facility is very nice as well. They have marble floors in some places and indoor/outdoor carpeting in other places. They have elevators. The staff here is wonderful and very sweet. Everyone who works here likes working here. The food is good too. They have several cooks. They have activities all the time. They do bingo and things like that, and they'll also take the mobile people out to restaurants and places like that.

June 07, 2011

By leezee

Visited this facility

The first thing I noticed upon entering this facility was its lush green grass and benches situated throughout. I also liked how staff seemed to be available at every turn. I learned, while touring, this facility handled memory care and extended care, which at this point, my mother doesn't require but if she did in the future, it made me feel secure. I did like the planned activities as well, though I didn't see many residents participating. Perhaps it was the time of day I visited. There were definitely staff around and most smiled and appeared friendly and helpful. I appreciate the fact they offer exercise, including strengthening, as I think that is vital for a woman. Seemed like a nice place, well organized and efficient.
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Independent Living Reviews for Courtyard Towers Senior Living

October 27, 2015

By Anonymous105328350

I visited this facility

They were very polite and very helpful. Courtyard Towers seemed like a very clean facility. The rooms, most of them though, were kind of small; otherwise, the facility seemed very nice.

June 19, 2014

By Caring87724150

I visited this facility

What turned me off immediately when I went to Courtyard Towers is that it's definitely aged. It's worn out, and I think it's time for the place to be upgraded. Most of the rooms do not have a balcony, and if you do have one it's $100 more a month. The facility's location is in a grand location on downtown Mesa, where there are a lot of art activities and cultural events. They have activities for the people, and they have buses for them.
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Services and Amenities of Courtyard Towers Senior Living


  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: Entry Fee Cost : $1500
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $2185/month
  • Independent Living Starting At: $1685/month
  • Memory Care Starting At: $3025/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: Yes
  • Studio Apartments


  • Resident Capacity: 175
  • Respite Care
  • Minimum Age: 60
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed Only


  • State Licenses: AL7223
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About Courtyard Towers Senior Living

Located in the heart of historic downtown Mesa, Courtyard Towers is a senior living community designed to provide exceptional, personally-tailored care to residents.

We offer exceptional independent living services for older adults who are capable of living on their own but enjoy the company of other older adults. Upon moving in, you'll have access to an excellent community of other seniors and caregivers who provide everything necessary for a fun, immersive experience.

Assisted living is one of the levels of care many retirement communities and nursing homes across the country offer. It’s an excellent fit for many senior citizens and mature adults who require a little extra help with their day-to-day activities. Access to care staff is where the value truly lies in assisted living. Residents living in assisted living facilities live in their own private rooms while receiving extra help with many different medical services from specialized care providers. These hospitality and healthcare staff members monitor residents’ well-being and help keep them healthy.

Memory Care is a specialized level of care that focuses specifically on older adults with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or other memory-related illnesses. Residents live onsite in an assisted living community where they have 24-hour access to a wide range of care options. Whether they need routine access to healthcare professionals, help to complete day-to-day activities like bathing and transferring, or both, they are taken care of in a memory care community.

Access to caring staff is where the value truly lies in senior living. Residents living in memory care units receive extra help with many different tasks from specialized caregivers. These hospitality and healthcare staff members monitor residents’ well-being and help keep them healthy.

Whether it’s Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory Care services, our facilities are among the best in the business. Our success in this field (and the reason residents and family members love our communities) is due to our award-winning SPARK care program and the wonderful caregivers who embody it.

What Makes Us Special

Most importantly, our staff focuses on increasing and maintaining quality of life as much as possible. We’re 100% committed to this. Our staff ensures each resident receives round-the-clock attention and hands-on continuing care as well as routine access to vibrant social events.

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