4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Collier County, FL

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Vi at Bentley Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
850 Retreat Drive, Naples, FL 34110
"We visited Vi at Bentley Village assisted living facility as an option for my friend's mother in the Naples region. The lovely nearby lake really made the building look nice, like a high-end..." More

Moorings Park

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
120 Moorings Park Drive, Naples, FL 34105
"I thought Moorings Park was very nice, but very expensive. Staff was very impressive. All of them were very professional. They had just about everything you want. My friend who lived there was very..." More

Arbor Trace

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1000 Arbor Lake Dr, Naples, FL 34110
"The Arbor Trace was nice. They had lots of activities. " More

Glenview at Pelican Bay

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
100 Glenview Place, Naples, FL 34108
"very poor communication; confirmed availability was withdrawn without notice as the patient was being discharged from the hospital. VERY POOR TREATMENT!! Will not recommend to any. " More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Collier County

  • Review of Vi at Bentley Village

    Vi at Bentley Village is excellent and everything is very good. They have lots of entertainment, a golf course, and the meals look very good. I was given a remarkable tour when I went. Read more

    Isaura
  • Review of Arbor Trace

    My parents resided at Tower Pointe for over ten years. Arbor Glen cared for my father in his last illness and for my mother. My parents loved Arbor Trace and made many new friends there. They ha... Read more

    NCMB
  • Review of Arbor Trace

    We chose Arbor Trace because of the size, which houses about 300 people. We have three varieties of residences: villas, mid-rise five stories, and a tower with 17 stories. There are lots of choices... Read more

    anonymous700102

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