La Siena Phoenix, AZ

Offers Assisted Living and Independent Living

24 Reviews
909 East Northern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85020
Call (800) 385-2527
La Siena (800) 385-2527

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Assisted Living Reviews for La Siena

October 10, 2016

By Joann780803

I visited this facility

My mother-in-law came up with La Siena. We really liked it, and we decided to go with it. We thought the people at this place were super friendly, and I mean the residents. It just made us feel like it was a community and it would be a fun place to live. This place felt like a friendly place to live. I recommended it to my girlfriend, and her mother is moving in also. My mother-in-law picked La Siena.

February 22, 2016

By Lori119372650

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We chose La Siena for my mom because we like the place. The staff was very nice and friendly, and the residents looked happy and friendly. Her room is very nice and includes a full kitchen, not just a microware in her room. Their dining room is outstanding. We tried the food, and it was very good. The whole place is really outstanding.

December 21, 2015

By Anonymous Reviewer1

I am a friend or relative of a resident

La Siena is a very nice community; everything at this facility is beautiful. They’ve got good food, and their service has been great. It’s the best that I have found so far.

November 29, 2014

By Caring65809850

I visited this facility

I have found what I was looking for in La Siena. We felt like it would be the best for me if I decided to move to Phoenix. They were very helpful in every question I asked. I like the way they offered their meals. Their apartments were lovely. I love where they’re located. I think they’re pretty full, too; I’m on a waiting list. All the staff that I met and particularly the marketing person have been very nice.

May 28, 2013

By Caring3203

I am/was a resident of this facility

I stayed at La Siena Senior Living for six days and I had to leave. I couldn't stay longer, the food was making me sick. I was promised that they will be able to provide the right diet for me. I am a disabled patient and my husband passed on two and a half years ago. I have a medical condition called acid oxidation genetic defect that I must be on a very, very low fat diet. When I first came in there with somebody from a placement company, we sat down with the manager and chef and we explained my diet. They made promises that they did not keep. They had decorators decorate the entrance and the hallway. But when you get into the apartments, their cupboards are way up high to the ceiling along with the microwave. The little ladies with osteoporosis, with their bent backs, are not able to reach all these. And when you need to get somebody to hand down whatever you need from your kitchen, you need to call somebody and pay $10.00 to hand down whatever you need because they don't want you climbing on ladders. They have very poor arrangement for people who are seniors with health problems. They're charging an enormous amount of money. I got the impression that the residents are in serious financial trouble, the place is not full and they have very, very young students wait on the table at dinner time. They have no idea on how to wait on tables and I don't think they're being paid much of anything. They certainly weren't professional table servers. When dishes needed to be cleared off the table, they will just walk away, past the table and not pick up anything. And when the main course is about to be served, for example, they'll completely forget and I'll have to bring it to their attention that they've forgotten to save the main course. I have a medical problem and I was hoping this arrangement would allow me to have the assistance that I do need. It's just terrible.

April 30, 2013

By carl.moss

I visited this facility

The La Seina had various floor plans from the studios to two-bedrooms, a bistro bar where you could go and get a cup of coffee, a nice dining facility, and all the amenities for assisted living, which I'm qualified for. The staff was outstanding.
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Independent Living Reviews for La Siena

January 31, 2018

By Richard

I visited this facility

La Siena was well taken care of. The food was excellent and high quality. The staff was very good and seemed to be attentive. The people seemed to be happy. The facilities were very good, and they had individual places for arts and crafts, swimming pool with activities, different clubs, a good movie theater, a nice chapel, a dancing area, major library, a pub, a computer area, educational programs, regular transportation to activities within Phoenix as well as to major stores, and etc. My wife loved it, but it was expensive. They had multiple elevators, wide halls, and the rooms were more like apartments than these typical living areas.

May 25, 2017

By sue736430

I visited this facility

My parents are currently in La Siena. The room is very pretty, they have a nice, full kitchen, with stainless steel and granite, and they have washer and dryer in the room. The food is amazing, and they have a beautiful chef. They can park outside on the first floor.

May 21, 2017

By bob-m-orrow

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Horrible management, No dietician on staff and won't work with the person needing special dietary needs.

November 08, 2016

By Jo572267

I visited this facility

La Siena was a beautiful place and has a lot of amenities and a lot of assistance available when I needed it, so that was good. I would feel like I was living in a hotel. It's just a big building, but I would like more of an individual place. The rooms are lovely, and there are several different units and apartment arrangements to pick from. The food was wonderful, and they had a lovely dining room that was like a nice restaurant, with white tablecloths and it was just really nice, but the food was outstanding. You have immediate assistance when you need it since there are all kinds of buttons to push and cords to pull. They have a gym, an art room, and all kinds of activities. It was a lovely place.

May 12, 2016

By RichardTBYNO

I visited this facility

I visited La Siena and thought it was very nice. I appreciated the fact that I didn't have to expend a lot of funds to get in there. They were a little more affordable. There were a lot of elderly people walking around during lunch and I felt like, "Whoa, geez, I don't see anybody here within five years of my age." I'm 72, but I'm very young for my age. However, it was very nice. I talked to the director who went through everything, was amiable, and knew everyone's names. I talked to some of the people who were happy.

May 10, 2016

By Visitor12345

I visited this facility

At La Siena, the rooms were very small. The community was very attractive and very nice, but I felt like I was in a hotel. It didn’t have a homey feeling to me. I mean, it’s very lovely. They didn’t have a very good parking availability. They did have an outdoor pool. I thought it was very expensive for what they were offering. Like I said, the rooms were very small. The rental was well over $3000 a month for 700 to 900 square feet.

March 04, 2016

By Caring daughter121306150

I visited this facility

La Siena is great, and a really nice facility. The staff is very friendly, outgoing, and helpful. The 2-bedroom, 2 bath apartment is a pretty good size. The food is very good.

June 18, 2015

By Caring107797350

I am/was a resident of this facility

La Siena is great. They got all kind of stuff going on. They got treadmills and exercise rooms. They got trips to theaters, but I have not yet participated in it. As for the staff, the ones that I have talked to are great. I have no complaints about the neighborhood.

January 31, 2014

By Cynthia19

I am a friend or relative of a resident

La Siena seemed to fit my father-in-law the best way. Their breakfast started earlier and he is an early person. Their meals lasted longer and it worked better that way for him. It's closer to all his kids; so location wise it's good. Compared to other facilities, they were in the middle and their prices were reasonable. The rooms are very clean and very nice. He does use a gym there and it seemed like it had adequate equipment. It's updated. They also have a theatre. The people there were nice.

November 11, 2011

By Emmyrose

I visited this facility

This is a nice center only 3 years old. There are 190 apartments. The buildings are positioned like a w with the large courtyard in the center.The buildings and grounds are well maintained.They are situated next to a man made lake area. They have suites,one and two bedroom apartments. All have a washer and dryer, full kitchens, dishwasher. and they provide cable.All are equipped as needed for handicapped and have an emergency system. They offer housekeeping and assistance as needed. They offer three meals and snacks a day in their nice restaurant style dining room and there is a variety of foods. The food is good. They have a fitness room, movie theater, library, computer room. and pub.There is a beauty salon and spa.The courtyard has greenery, flowers, and walking paths, and sitting areas. They have a nice pool. They have doctors close by and a nurse who comes in and on call.All caregivers are certified. The staff is very competent and friendly.They are very caring. They can get transport to appointments. There is a world of activities from bingo, card games, movies, entertainment, celebrations and more. They are close to the botanical gardens,shopping, and many stores. They are always busy. This is a great facility and staff.
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Services and Amenities of La Siena in Phoenix, Arizona


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  • Fee Structure Extra: Entry Fee Cost : $4500
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $5455/month
  • Independent Living Starting At: $4795/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments


  • Resident Capacity: 190
  • Minimum Age: 62
  • Pets: All Pets Allowed


  • State Licenses: AL9370C
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About La Siena in Phoenix, Arizona

La Siena is such a beautiful place with so many social activities going on, you may want to spend all your time at the community itself. But if you venture out, you can also take in all that the North Central Phoenix area offers. Attend a theater production, or tour the fabulous local museums. Enjoy some tunes at area music venues featuring big band to classical music. You can also spend plenty of time outdoors and never be bored. There are world-class golf courses and shopping areas around. And hiking buffs take note—Squaw Peak and the trails of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve are right nearby. After you hit the trails, perhaps some pampering at one of the top-rated local spas is in order.

Here are the amenities you will find at La Siena:

  • Dine Your Way™ at the Grand Canal Restaurant with VIP service, evolving menus and daily fresh specials, available 12 hours a day so you can enjoy meals how you want, and when you want
  • Bud’s Pub and bistro for casual bites and social hour
  • Genuine Hospitality energized and delivered by The Power of WE.
  • CARF-Accredited Assisted Living services for your peace of mind
  • Try a ZEST™ class in our fully-equipped fitness center to stay active and fit
  • High-speed Internet Café to keep connected
  • Landscaped courtyards, walking paths, and outdoor covered seating area to stroll and relax outdoors
  • Fully-equipped fitness center and group classes to stay active and fit, including indoor and aqua-aerobics
  • Heated swimming pool and spa for a refreshing swim or soak
  • Venetian Theater movie theater to catch a great flick
  • Dance studio to unleash your inner ballroom dancer
  • La Siena market for the ultimate convenience
  • Art room and crafting activities to bring out your creative side
  • Library with cozy nooks for enjoying a good book or a game of cards
  • Billiards table for a rousing game of pool with your pals
  • Shuffleboard court to have some active fun
  • Putting green to improve your handicap
  • Full-service beauty salon/barbershop to keep you looking your best
  • Chapel

La Siena’s beautiful and thoughtfully-designed one- and two-bedroom residences include the following:

  • Fully equipped kitchens with granite countertops Stainless steel appliances including dishwasher Personal washer and dryer Individual climate controls (heating & air conditioning) Safety assist grab bars in tub and showers Covered patio or balcony All floor and window coverings Walk-in closets Fire and smoke detectors and sprinkler system Independent Living at La Siena

As a resident at La Siena, you will find all kinds of opportunities for social connections, health and wellness activities, and the comforts and conveniences to help simplify life. Here are the included services for independent living:

  • Full breakfast, plus your choice of lunch or dinner daily
  • Weekly housekeeping and flat linen laundry services
  • Full calendar of social, cultural, educational, and recreational activities and programs
  • Health and fitness classes
  • 24-hour emergency call system and reception desk
  • Scheduled transportation services to doctors’ appointments, shopping, events and entertainment
  • Utilities (except phone) including expanded basic cable TV, heating, air conditioning,
  • High-speed Internet access
  • Interior and exterior care and maintenance of all residences, common areas and grounds

Assisted Living at La Siena:

La Siena’s assisted living services take a “whole-person” approach to wellness, and are tailored to meet your needs, now and in the future. Services can be dialed up, or back, at any time, so you are always getting the help you need. Residents choosing assisted living services enjoy all of the service amenities and common areas as listed above, as well as highly personalized care services as needed to support independence and wellness. Here are the additional services offered in assisted living:

  • Three meals daily, and snacks
  • Weekly housekeeping, personal and flat linen laundry service
  • Help with daily activities, including bathing, dressing and grooming
  • Assistance with managing medications
  • Licensed nurse on staff
  • A holistic personal wellness plan that supports the whole “you”—physical, spiritual, emotional, social and intellectual

What Makes Us Special

As a resident at La Siena, you will find a CARF-Accredited community with all kinds of lifestyle opportunities for social connections, health, and wellness activities through our ZEST™ Wellness, along with all the comforts and conveniences of care services to help simplify life.

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