Desert Springs Senior Living

Offers Assisted Living and Independent Living

76 Reviews
6650 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Call (702) 732-2800
Desert Springs Senior Living (702) 732-2800

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Assisted Living Reviews for Desert Springs Senior Living

March 17, 2021

By Michael

I visited this facility

I visited Desert Springs Senior Living in Las Vegas. It didn't have any of the sparkle of the other facilities that we saw. It was certainly below average compared to the ones that we like. It was old, it was not in great repair, and it was just not comfortable. The staff that accommodated us was very nice though, she seemed capable.

September 16, 2020


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

My mother-in-law stayed at Desert Springs Senior Living. The care was quite subpar. I don't feel that they paid attention to her declining state or notified the nurse-in-charge that she was unresponsive. I called and said, "Would you please go up and see her and put your eyes on her." She was immediately taken to the hospital with a bad infection and low sodium. It was not a good scene at all. We went to collect her belongings the day after she died, and she had been gone from Desert Springs for over a week. They charged me for another week of time there to "clean the room," but the room wasn't clean when we got there. Nobody had been in to do anything except strip the bed. There was actually feces on the floor from when they transferred her to the hospital. Nobody had been in to clean that room in over a week, but then I had to pay more money for them to go in and clean the room for the next person to move in. I felt like they had a bad attitude about taking care of her and they never got over it. She had a studio apartment with a relatively small bathroom. It had a cut-out in the tub area. She was there before she was transferred to the hospital, and we weren't allowed to visit. We were there when we moved her stuff in and when we moved her stuff out. We didn't have assistance with that; we did it ourselves. The marketing person was really nice, really cooperative, and seemed appreciative of my efforts to get her all the paperwork, until I asked her to go to the room and check on my mother-in-law, which she did, and her exact words were, "I've put the phone in her hand, now I'm going to leave so you can talk." At that point, that marketing person should've said, this woman is unresponsive, I'm going to go tell the nurse, but she didn't. But up to that point she was great. During the move out I really didn't have any contact with anyone until the one woman said, "Hey, you're gonna have to pay us $660 for her to move out." Her figures were actually wrong. I had to do the math for her and still I had to pay $463. It was pretty awful. It's old and outdated. If you're an active person and interact with other residents it might be friendly among the residents. I didn't hear anybody yelling or anything like that. She was in bed from the day she got there until the day she left. No one got her up. You get what you pay for and apparently we didn't pay enough. I think it was supbar.

July 13, 2020

By Steven

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

My parents moved into Desert Springs Senior Living. They were really helpful. I am very pleased; they have a one-bedroom, queen-sized bed, they have a television, a walk-in shower, and it's a nice setup. They offer three meals a day, assistance with bathing, and medications. They have activites, but it's limited right now as far as social gatherings go.

November 29, 2019

By Darla

I visited this facility

I was not crazy about Desert Springs Senior Living. It needed some upgrades. The place was nice but the rooms need updating. They had activities. They took the residents to places, which was nice. I looked at the companion suite but I did not like it at all.

November 28, 2019

By Debra

I visited this facility

We went to Desert Springs Senior Living. It's a bit dated, it's older, and needs a revamp. We saw a couple of the rooms, the dining room, activity rooms, and it looked like an old hotel at one point. The hallways were not really wide for wheelchairs, and I didn't feel it was quite ADA compliant. We saw the outside area, it's nice, it's an OK location in Vegas, and it's not scary to walk outside.

August 05, 2019

By Janet

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

Desert Springs Senior Living is very good and clean. My mom is satisfied and I'm OK with the place too. It's very nice. My mom plays bingo, but they offer several activities. My mom's room is clean and very nice. They're short of help at night at the moment, but other than that it's very pleasant.

January 07, 2019

By Brad

I visited this facility

Desert Springs seemed like a nice community. The staff members seemed very helpful and friendly. They showed me the activities, which were more than adequate. The grounds were well-kept and nice. It was a professional and well-kept facility.

August 07, 2018

By Jackie

I visited this facility

My husband will be moving into assisted living at Desert Springs. Their activities keep everybody involved and that's the main reason my husband is going there since he needs stuff to do. Everybody seemed really friendly and the residents seemed like they were zipping around, either on motor scooters or walkers. Everybody's got something to do and they're always going someplace. My husband will have a pretty big 1-bedroom with a huge walk-in closet. It's It's a nice-sized apartment so I think it's going to work out good. The dining area looked good and is open all day lon,g so it's not a set time, which is nice. The place is older, but they're keeping it up.

August 01, 2018

By Katherine

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

My cousin seems happy at Desert Springs Senior Living. They play bingo, he said they have things going on, and he enjoys them. He's not crazy about the food. He complains about it. Other than that, he's happy. It's mostly assisted living more than independent living. He loves the apartment that he has. The staff is very good to him. It's an old building, but they keep it up.

March 28, 2018

By Linda

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

We chose Desert Springs Senior Living for Mom because the staff was bright and cheery when we walked in. They were extremely helpful. They accommodated us so quickly because we had to make a fast move. We just felt at home when we walked in. It has such a homey atmosphere and everyone was so kind. I saw the residents walking in the hallway or being rolled around in their wheelchairs or their walkers, and they were all smiling and so pleasant. I had a chance to chat with a few of them, how they like living here, and everyone I talked to said they loved it. Some residents had been there six years, some ten, and some six months.

February 01, 2018

By Paul

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

My client has moved into Desert Springs Senior Living. It's beautiful and very well maintained. The location is fantastic because it is very accessible to all kinds of shopping. The place is clean, friendly, and open. The food is good, and there's a great selection. As for the staff members, everyone that we have met has been more than helpful so far. Desert Springs is an active community. They have bingo, music, exercise, puzzle nights, and several different outings from time to time. There are plenty of activities depending upon what the person's interests are. Overall, my client is extremely pleased with it. It took him a while to get used to it because he was in a group home before that, which is a much smaller community; however, once he got used to it, he is very happy with it.

August 23, 2017

By John

I visited this facility

I saw a studio and one-bedroom at Desert Springs, and they were fine and adequate. They had all kinds of things going on, like shopping trips and live entertainment. The staff was nice. They had a little hair salon, outdoor area, a movie room and a little gym. It was a pretty nice place.

March 06, 2017

By Sheri225224

I visited this facility

Desert Springs was OK. The community was just too far away for my needs really more than anything. However, it seemed like a nice place, and everybody who was there seemed very happy.

January 30, 2017

By Heartbroken sister

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

My sister was there for 18 days then she died. The coroner did an autopsy and said she died from an overdose of paxil" I had difficulty communicating with the staff since they spoke very little English. There didn't seem to be activities other than tv.

January 29, 2017

By Chris506061

I visited this facility

We visited Desert Springs Senior Living. The outside smelled excellent because there was a steakhouse right next door. It was a very nice, well-set-up place. They had a very well-kept yard. It was Christmas time, so there was a Christmas tree in the middle area. It was very nicely done and clean. They were getting ready for lunch, so nobody was in the dining area. We did a cursory peek through the door and saw that it was set up really nicely.

January 06, 2017

By Susan135377

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

My loved one is in Desert Springs. It's a little dated, but it's homey and smells fine. The layout is easy to navigate. We're not too sure about the food because it's not served hot enough for her, so we're not happy with the food right now. She goes to bingo, church, and does crafts and some exercises. She has a pretty nice, spacious room that's adequate for her. The staff seemed very friendly.

January 05, 2017

By KH073070

I visited this facility

We looked at Desert Springs Senior Living, and they were nice. They were just out of my aunt’s price range. It was an older facility, but it was clean and well-maintained. The rooms were roomy and nice, but we didn’t get a warm reception there at all from the people. The gal didn’t make me feel that she wanted to show us the place. The one thing they need to improve on is the bathrooms for these patients. They have quite a high lift for the residents to get into the showers, and my aunt would have never been able to get in. These rooms should have total walk-in ease for people that live there.

January 02, 2017

By Georgia

I am/was a resident of this facility

My relative is living at Desert Springs, and we just put her on the assisted side from the independent side before. They give her a lot of attention, even on the independent side. They treat their residents with respect. There are a lot of activities for them. The food is decent, and the price is more reasonable than most of them in town.

November 26, 2016

By Joe235031

I visited this facility

The staff at Infinite Care was very nice and attentive. It's an affordable, group home, but there weren't any activities. Their menu and feeding of the residents were very limited.

November 20, 2016

By Kirk020752

I visited this facility

We looked at Desert Springs, and that seemed OK, but there's something about the surroundings that didn't seem OK. It wasn't clean, and I didn't have a very good feeling about it because of the area. It was a little bit cheaper in price, but it was not quite high quality.

November 01, 2016

By Joe430411

I visited this facility

Desert Springs is very nice, and the lady who assisted me was a wonderful person. They have activities, and one time they had a game, they were going around, everybody was laughing and having a good time, and it seems like a nice place. We were recommended to the place by someone who had his father in there for the last 12 years, and he's very satisfied with it.

October 27, 2016

By Sonja771771

I visited this facility

We liked Desert Springs, and I think that’s the one we’re actually going with. The rooms were nice, bigger, and had a lot more to offer. The staff was very nice, very helpful, very knowledgeable, and very thorough. She obviously knew the area and her job. There was always something going on there. They have a calendar, they’re going places, there’s Bingo, and there were events. When you walk through the door, you can feel a very inviting environment. The location is much more convenient.

October 21, 2016

By Dorothy188542

I visited this facility

I selected Desert Springs; the rooms are roomy, the price is fantastic, I had lunch there, the food is good, and the personnel was very nice. It's further from the area that I wanted, but it's affordable. What really struck my attention was the walk-in closet that had lots of storage space. There's something going on all the time, they're getting ready to have a prom, and they have something extra special every month. All the residents seemed happy.

October 05, 2016

By Caring Nephew

I visited this facility

I toured Desert Springs early in the morning, and there was just activities going on all over the place. There’s buses that come and go. They really keep the people going. The only thing I did not like about that facility was the rooms seemed to be a little too small for what I wanted. Otherwise, it was in a very nice location.

September 30, 2016

By Les535630

I visited this facility

Desert Springs Senior Living was a very nice facility, but it didn’t have a vacancy at the time. It was nice, bright, and open. They showed us the room; it was very good. They had a very good menu. If you ask a question, the staff would be able to answer. We spoke to a couple of the residents, which was nice.

September 30, 2016

By Arthur614817

I visited this facility

We were impressed with Desert Springs Senior Living. It’s very neat, and it’s a rather large building. There are a lot of rooms to it. The staff was very personable, met us right away, took us around to various places, and explained many things. She did a very good job. We were a little bit disappointed in looking at the menu. I didn’t think that the entrees in their menu looked great.

August 16, 2016

By Don286251

I visited this facility

Desert Springs was very nice, and I liked everything about it. The dining area, the rec room, the view, and the people were nice.

May 10, 2016

By Barb40

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Our doctor recommended Desert Springs Senior Living and it is everything he said. I have nothing but extremely positive things to say, mom is very happy with that place. They have everything going on there, it is just amazing. Everybody is friendly and very helpful at all times. They take care of her and she can do everything that she wants. She has her dog in there, too. They have a cafeteria and they have their own waiters and waitresses, bus boys, they have a main menu and a special everyday for every meal. They can also have as many snacks as they want.

May 10, 2016

By MichelleSMINV

I visited this facility

I think Desert Springs Senior Living is the one my mom likes. My mom likes the people that were there. My mom is in a wheelchair and there was this lady in a scooter. They started talking about the food; my mom really likes her. She thought she would be a good friend. The lady who gave us a tour was really wonderful and she was very knowledgeable. The prices were reasonable. The community was clean and it was friendly. It was just really nice.

February 26, 2016

By Danny11

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom is happy at Desert Springs; she loves her room, and all her stuff is there. The food is very good, although my mom doesn’t eat much, and only in portions. The services and amenities are available, but my mom doesn’t use all of them. The security was good, and they lock the doors at 7:00 PM.

January 26, 2016


I visited this facility

I visited Desert Springs for my father. It was nice. The staff was wonderful. I didn’t meet the lady I had talked to on the phone, but a staff member who was there at the time showed me around, and she was very personable. Then, the lady I had spoken to on the phone called me right away and got me all the paperwork. That was very good. This facility was one of our choices. The rooms were nice. The dining area was very nice, too. It was like what my father is used to, so it was very nice.

January 01, 2016

By Chuck C.

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We have moved my mom into Desert Springs. They're doing very well. She is very happy with them. They clean her apartment and wash her bed linens and towels. They also cook three meals a day for her. She is very happy there.

December 30, 2015

By Visitor39

I visited this facility

Dessert Springs was a very nice facility. They're not as expensive because they're in an entirely different area. Everybody has been very nice. It's totally different from the other place we visited but still very nice.

December 29, 2015

By Annie19

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Very friendly and informative staff. Clean and supportive facility. Food seems to be nutritious s and tasty and the rooms are spacious and comfortable.

December 29, 2015

By David117781950

I visited this facility

Desert Springs was very nice. The consultant, Cristina, was very helpful, and everything was good. If we would put my father there, he would go to the assisted living.

December 15, 2015


I am a friend or relative of a resident

My husband is at Desert Springs. The staff is great. Eveyrthing is just fine. He has meals three times a day, and they clean his house. It is excellent. The social recreations are good, too. The dining room is excellent and has a menu that you can order off of, plus daily specials. They also have a little snack room where coffee and snacks are always available. It is really nice.

December 10, 2015

By Keith22

I visited this facility

Desert Springs looked like a retirement community in an old hotel and was not as well kept or well maintained as the others I’ve seen. The person I talked to was quite nice, but we decided that that place was not what my wife needed. I didn’t think the neighborhood was proper, and there wasn’t as many activities offered as the other places.

November 22, 2015

By Gloria H.

I visited this facility

Desert Springs was very nice. The person we spoke to was very nice and gave us a very nice tour. Everything was neat, clean, and had a fresh feeling. I saw a very nice area for residents to socialize and do activities. If I had to recommend a place, this is the place I would recommend to anybody. When your condition gets to that point, I feel really assured that they would handle it better than where Dad is now. My sister was with me, and we both felt comfortable in Desert Springs. They have very nice rooms, too.

November 09, 2015

By Claryene

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My friend loves Desert Springs. She is so happy there in her apartment. They take very good care of her. We like the location because it is convenient to the church. My aunt doesn't need a whole lot of care assistance, but they're there and check on her every day. They are making sure that she is eating each meal, which is important to us. When we first put her in, she was in a one-bedroom, but they recently let her move into a two-bedroom, which gives her a little more space. I think it is perfect for her. It is not too big, and she doesn't feel claustrophobic or closed in. There is enough room for her belongings that are meaningful to her. She has her cat with her, too. Some of the residents have dogs and some of them have cats. The staff is friendly about the pets. If a resident is sick or goes into the hospital, they take their pets and care for them while they're away.

October 11, 2015

By Cyndi13

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Mom is at Desert Springs Senior Living, and it is very nice. It is wonderful. It is a very joyful place. It is a happy place. It doesn't smell like a nursing home. The staff is absolutely outstanding, and that's one of the main reasons we came. Their apartments are like little normal apartments without the kitchen. They just have a refrigerator and a little sink. Their food is good. They have three meals a day, and they're very good.

September 07, 2015

By Caring113045450

I visited this facility

We visited Desert Springs, and it seemed nice. They had a lot of different services for the residents. We looked at a studio and a one-bedroom, and they looked nice and clean. They seemed to have what you would need. The studio was smaller, but it had a nice floor plan. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. They were able to answer any questions we had. It was lunchtime, and people were eating; some were in an activity area having a discussion. The dining room was fine, and they had a nice menu. What's nice was the staff would read the menu to anyone who has eye or vision issues.

August 30, 2015

By Ziumarylasvegas

I am a friend or relative of resident

I just moved my mom into Desert Springs a few weeks ago. She was living in an apartment community where she didn't have any friends. At first my mother was resistant to moving to an assisted living facility, but the staff helped her to get acclimated from the moment she initially visited to the time she moved in. Sometimes I get texts from the staff telling me that she was joining the activities and that she has made some friends. I am so glad mom is enjoying her stay. I would recommend Desert Springs to anyone looking for a place for their mom or dad in assisted living. The staff really does care!

August 27, 2015

By Caring112266450

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We haven't been completely satisfied with Desert Springs Senior Living. Overall they're good, but basically there is one caretaker there that was probably burned out. We had made a complaint about her, and they said, 'We'll take care of it." My mom had fallen, and she was not compassionate enough, at least in our eyes, as she should have been. Otherwise, the administrator of the place is good and caring, but one of the caretakers wasn't very good. The food is satisfactory. I would recommend this facility, but I would be careful. I would be careful that you keep an eye on your family member to make sure that they're getting the care that they want and not have to worry. However, I thought Desert Springs was the best because it was closer to where we were. Also the lady in charge of the facility is Filipino also, so that helps a little bit. My mom speaks that language, so that the lady would be able to talk to her and communicate faster, so that's an advantage.

August 22, 2015

By William105472750

I visited this facility

The staff at Desert Springs Senior Living is very informative, polite, and very likeable.

August 20, 2015

By Anonymous111412750

I visited this facility

The rooms were really small at Desert Springs Senior Living, but they were nice. The eating area was also very nice, and they served things off of a menu instead of a buffet, which I thought was really nice. They had games and movies. They also took residents out if they needed to go somewhere. They allowed pets.

Provider Response

Thanks for saying all these nice things! In regards to the size of the rooms, assisted living apartments are generally smaller in size in comparison to a regular multi-family apartment complex. The assisted living concept is to downsize into a smaller apartment to minimize up-keep for seniors. Desert Springs apartments are above the average size apartments in comparison to most competitors in the Las Vegas area. We hope you enjoyed your visit with us!

August 13, 2015

By Caring111982050

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother is in Desert Springs. It is an assisted living. I think that it is very good. My mom is very happy there. Usually, she doesn't socialize or anything, but since she's been there, she's learning to socialize and talk to people. She really likes it there.

July 31, 2015

By Krystal1

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The people at Desert Springs Senior Living are very caring. The other residents there were friendly as we were moving in; everybody said hi and talked to us. It is a little older facility, but it’s clean, nice, and extremely affordable for what they offer. She’s in a very spacious 1-bedroom, and the closet is huge and beautiful. I would recommend it.

Provider Response

Thank you for taking the time to share your positive experience with us and also with others looking to find a quality place for their loved ones!

June 25, 2015

By Bert5

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Desert Springs Senior Living is near my mother's house, so it is a familiar area. She has a little bit of Dementia, so she needs things to be simple. She has been there for a week. The staff is very congenial and very easy to work with. They are very nice, very accommodating, very efficient, and very friendly. The rooms are nice, but I think they are little on the small side. Otherwise they are nice. They have all kinds of activities that fall on a daily basis. They have various artists that come and entertain on a weekly basis. So it is a very nice community. When we were in the place, there were a lot of old folks that were saying that they loved it. There was a lot of word of mouth that was very positive.

Provider Response

Thank you for your wonderful review! We are happy that you chose us to accommodate your mother and that you are satisfied with Desert Springs. Thanks again!

May 30, 2015

By Animallover555

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mother has lived here for over three years. She absolutely loves the activity program. She enjoys the trivia, bingo, black jack, poker. The activity director is an amazing lady and cares so much about the seniors. My mother has made great friends. I am So thankful she is able to be active and enjoy her golden years with such nice friends and staff. She loves the nursing staff they are helpful and caring. Only minor complaint would be the food.It is edible, nothing too special. They serve the same items over and over. I wish there was more of a variety.

Provider Response

We appreciate you taking the time to leave this wonderful review! We are so glad your mother is enjoying her stay here with us and that she has made great friends. We have added more items to the lunch and dinner specials since you left this review. I hope it adds a little more variety. Thanks again!

May 06, 2015

By Tino1

I visited this facility

I was able to visit Desert Springs Senior Living, and it was good. The staff was great, and that's the best thing about them. Everybody was great. Their rooms are small. I was able to eat there; the food was fine, and their dining area is nice. Compared to others, they don’t have many activities.

January 23, 2015

By Alphatrigon

I visited this facility

I’m a CNA that visits several different facilities throughout Las Vegas and I just wanted to take a minute to say how wonderful I think Desert Springs is. As soon as you walk in, you are always greeted by the receptionist. The caregivers always smile and greet you in passing and most importantly, the residents seem really well taken care of. If I were to put my parent in a facility, Desert Springs would be it!

January 20, 2015

By PeakorGirl

I am a friend or relative of resident

I was trying to find a place for my father who was having a hard time living alone after my mom passed away. I went to look at a few places but everything that was in our budget was on the east part of town and I wanted to stay on the west. What I really loved about Desert Springs was how caring the staff seemed. Its an older building but the apartments are bigger and more affordable. Don't judge a book by its cover. My dad is so happy where he's at and I couldn't have made a better decision.

October 16, 2014

By Patrick12

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I was able to place my dad in Desert Springs. It is a very nice place, and they go from no assistance to full assistance. I would highly recommend the place. The food is excellent. They have two dinner specials everyday plus a full menu. It is very affordable, very clean, very friendly, and I have absolutely no complaints. There are at least two activities every day of the week. They have scheduled outings that vary depending on what each person's ability is. They go from studio to two-bedroom units.

September 22, 2014

By Kathleen39

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The room that I moved my dad into at Desert Springs was a single unit, but then everything that they have is a one room apartment, and it is much more convenient for him. The only thing that I can see would be a negative is that the room faces the west sun in Las Vegas, so it is going to be mighty warm in his apartment. He likes it a little warm, but I don't know if he is going to like it that hot. The food was okay; I ate with him the first four meals he was there, and I enjoyed it. He attends the exercise program they have in the morning. They do have a van that takes them out shopping on Wednesdays and they have some other activities that one lady was talking about going out to Lake Mead and she said that it was something they do. So there are activities and they do have church services, both Catholic and Christian. They have several opportunities to get out and be involved. He has to go to the dining room to eat and miingle with other residents because otherwise it is going to cost him $4 out of his pocket to have a meal delivered to his room. I would recommend this place to those needing an economical place for their loved ones. Maybe they should have a buddy system for the residents that have been living there for a while like getting to know the new resident, and showing them the ins and outs of the place. It has a clean environment.

January 03, 2014

By pjsdtr

I am a friend or relative of resident

We looked at what seemed to be EVERY assisted living place in Las Vegas! My mother has a limited income to spend. She was coming from a pretty large home and sadly we were forced to looking at a small studio in most places (because she also needed someone to give her medications to her) I had almost given up until someone at my church said that I should look at Desert Springs. I am so glad they did! Yes it is quite a bit older then the other places I looked at. BUT they were able to get my mom in a one bedroom with the medication assistance for a price that she could afford. We were thrilled! She loves her apartment, the residents are friendly and she likes the food! (Although no one can cook as good as my mom!) It is such a relief that she can be safe and happy in a place that we could afford.

October 30, 2013

By Caring71951450

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Desert Springs is an older place but it is nice. They have studios and one-bedroom apartments. They have usually seven or eight different things plan every day.

October 23, 2013

By Bob42

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My parents chose Desert Springs because of the price which was the main concern. There are some places where the facility does show some age but it was a very clean and well kept community and everybody is very friendly there. The staff is great and the rooms are okay. They have a regular stove in the room which thrilled my mom so that she could cook her biscuits and gravy. We ate there a few times. It's not a 5-star restaurant but the food is good. My mom is 85 and my dad is 90 and they don't partake in too many of the activities. They don't get around that well but mom goes out for bingo and they go down to socialize. They have a theater room where they show movies every night and in Sundays they have church services. They don't have transportation on Fridays. They want at least $40 advance notice if it's a special trip to a doctor's appointment so we usually take them.

July 12, 2013

By Diana14

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Dessert Spring Senior Living is a little bit better. My concern is that they want a lot of money. It's supposed to be assisted living, but right now they are not living up to some of their potentials, so I'm not too happy at this particular point. But, the living facility is cleaner and a lot better than the previous facility that my mom was in. If they are going to say that they are an assisted living place and they are there to monitor these people, at least to look at on them every hour just to go and knock on their rooms and see if they're okay. That's what they need to do. We are paying a lot of money for these people to take care of them and they're not doing it, they're just doing it for the paycheck and that makes me mad. I would recommend the place, but not highly. As far as being a senior living place, they're fine.

May 02, 2012

By markie05

I visited this facility

The Grand Court is a relatively nice place for people to stay. I recently made a tour about a month ago as a prospective employee. From the outside, the building is clean, with well maintained landscaping. Although somewhat of an older building, the facility is very clean and well kept. As with typical assisted living facilities, the interior was made to feel like a home environment. From a library, courtyard, to a little movie theater, there were plenty of amenities for the guests. The staff was also very friendly and helpful for the short time I was there. I did not see anything out of place or alarming.

August 02, 2011

By nka4406coupon

I visited this facility

I went on a tour at this facility and it seemed great! It was good to find an option for my mother-in-law where the facility had so many different amenities available. It is definitely some place that we would consider for our mom.
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Independent Living Reviews for Desert Springs Senior Living

May 06, 2018

By Michael

I visited this facility

Desert Springs Senior Living is expensive. There was a 1-bedroom place, and the staff was good, but the place kind of smelled like cat urine. The cost went from $1,500 to $1,800 a month with a 3% raise every year, which priced it out of my ballpark. They have a TV room. The staff was good, informative, and well-versed in their industry.

August 21, 2017

By Cheryl

I visited this facility

The rooms at Desert Springs Senior Living were very plain, but adequate and a little outdated. They had great amenities and a lot of activities going on for the seniors. The staff was all very pleasant and helpful. They had Bingo, arts and crafts, movie nights, workouts, and a bus to different supermarkets or doctors' offices.

December 13, 2016

By Tina823231

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

We chose Desert Springs Senior Living as soon as we saw it. The place is fine, and it is a better fit for him. It has everything. The activities are nice, and the rooms are very nice and very clean. The staff is very friendly and very accommodating. There were activities going on when we were there, and it was very lively. They have live music, and the residents were all sitting around on the lobby, listening. They have poker, and Dad is looking forward to that. The place is near an outdoor mall shop.

October 05, 2016

By Bedub

I visited this facility

I toured Desert Springs, and it was my first choice. It’s an older place, but I can get a 2-bedroom, which I would like to have an apartment. They gave me a sample of their monthly calendar, and it sounded like they have wide variety of activities and some that would be participating in. It’s clean and organized. They have all the amenities, meals included, laundry, housekeeping, barber and beauty shops, libraries, game rooms, and a poker table. They have Trader Joe’s store and scheduled transportation on your own like doctor’s appointment. Cristina gave us a very nice tour, and everybody seemed to be happy. That was a good feeling.

September 15, 2016

By Katie768051

I visited this facility

Desert Springs was the one I liked the best. This place was fantastic. The reason I liked this one was because it was so small, and it felt like you were safe and secure every step of the way because you never got so far away from people that anything could really happen to you. It was very small and very cozy that it felt like they would be able to pay attention to the clientele a lot better. It also felt, to me, like people would be safer there.

April 14, 2016

By Cheryl123149850

I visited this facility

I liked Desert Springs Senior Living a lot. It was very nice and clean. The staff was friendly, and the people living there were content and pleasant. What they offer is reasonable for the cost. I liked the size of the apartments for two people, which is a one-bedroom in the independent living part.

October 13, 2013

By Valerie10

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My uncle is in Desert Springs Senior Living and he is paying $1,600 a month in a top of the line facility with complete care that includes transportation. The payment is base on services. The more services you want the more you'll pay. They have medicare. They clean the room. They do the laundry and change the beddings. They have three meals a day. They have live entertainment from all the casinos three or four nights a week. They have a slot machine in the living room. Its fun because it doesn't pay them in money. It is in token. It is more like an arcade and they give them tickets, which can redeem for candy bars. They are not allowed to be a gambling facility. But it keeps them busy. They have a big music room. My uncle is a retired musician and there are a lot of retired musicians there. So, they always have music nights and they play. They have a fabulous food service like a five star restaurant on the floor and they are open all the time. He is in a big full living room apartment with kitchen, bedroom, a walk-in closet that is to die for and a full walk-in private bath. I just have few issues on the place. Like, I turn the light on and they see that doesn't light up and his room is not always clean.

September 29, 2013

By Caring39811

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My friend has one-bedroom-one-bath apartment in Desert Springs. He doesn't cook but if he has somebody that would cook for him, they can cook there in his apartment. With regards to the staff, my friend says that they were the nicest folks that he has run into. He also likes the staff in the dining room but he doesn't like the meals they serve. Food could be a little bit better. Would I recommend this place? Well, if I have somebody who is looking, I sure would tell him or her about this place.
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Questions about Desert Springs Senior Living

What programs or activities does Desert Springs Senior Living offer to enrich residents' well-being?

Exercise classes, Inspirational Stories, Memory Lane, Word Games.

What places are near Desert Springs Senior Living or within walking distance for assisted living residents to enjoy?

Walking distance to the bakery, Mediterranean restaurant, nail salon, dry cleaners and gas station. Short drive to Walmart, Target, Dollar Tree, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Gold Coast Casino, Palms Casino, Spring Valley Hospital.

What transportation services does Desert Springs Senior Living offer to assisted living residents?

Doctor's Appointments 2x week, shopping, banks, pharmacy, group outings to lunch, picnics, shows.

What makes the chef or dining program at Desert Springs Senior Living exceptional? What kind of menu can assisted living residents expect?

Daily Specials with a full Alternative Menu.

What safety features or security measures does Desert Springs Senior Living offer to assisted living residents?

We are a private property tucked away from the main road. We have security cameras in the hallways and allow families and residents to have cameras in their rooms.

If Desert Springs Senior Living accepts dogs or cats, what indoor/outdoor areas can they enjoy?

We are pet friendly. Dog moms and dads walk their pets in the outdoor grassy areas.

What common areas are available for independent living residents?

Game Room equipped with a Poker Table, Shuffleboard, Pool Table, Chess Table, Dartboard. Library, outdoor courtyard.

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Services and Amenities of Desert Springs Senior Living


  • Rent Plus Care Fees
  • Entry Fee
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $1950/month
  • Independent Living Starting At: $1800/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We Offer Companion Suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals
  • Room Service For Meals


  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Computer Room
  • Resident Transportation
  • Party Space
  • Tv Room
  • Garden And Patio
  • Resident Parking

Cleaning services

  • Laundry For Linens
  • Private Cleaning Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry For Clothing

Technology and entertainment

  • Cable In Rooms
  • Wifi

Health services

  • Medication Management
  • Nurse On Staff: Available During Business Hours


  • Offsite Activities
  • Music
  • Games
  • Stories
  • Religious Services
  • Lectures Discussions
  • Wii Sports
  • Fitness Room
  • Gardening
  • Arts And Crafts

Financial guidance

  • Va Benefits Consultation

Guest services

  • Guest Parking
  • Guests At Mealtime
  • Overnight Guests


  • English
  • Spanish


  • Resident Capacity: 50
  • Respite Care
  • Pets: Yes


  • Licenses: Bureau of Healthcare and Compliance
  • State Licenses: NVS410AGC
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About Desert Springs Senior Living

Las Vegas' best kept secret in Senior Living! Centrally located, Desert Springs Senior Living offers full service Independent Living as well as Assisted Living. Whether you are looking to simplify your lifestyle or receive assistance with day-to-day tasks, Desert Springs can customize a care plan to fit your needs with services like medication management, bathing, dressing, wheelchair transferring, and much more. Enjoy 3 restaurant-style meals daily, weekly housekeeping and laundry service, and the convenience of your utilities included. We offer affordable senior living in your choice of a spacious studio, 1 bedroom, or 2 bedroom apartment. All apartments are complete with a full size refrigerator and freezer. Large walk-in closets are available in select apartments.

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