Reviews of Anthology of Mayfield Heights in Mayfield Heights, Ohio
February 9, 2024
I love that Anthology of Mayfield Heights was a new facility. It was built two or three years ago. I like the cleanliness and the staff. I met the director of the facility. The rooms were very nice. The closet in the room she showed me was very small, but she gave me some alternatives that my sister could do. They also have a bar where they serve wine or beer and things like that. That was great. The dining area was good, too. The lady that was with me doing the tour was great, explaining everything, and answering all my questions. Also, she introduced me to her boss who was in charge of the facility. I didn't try any food. They gave me coffee and it was good. The facility was great. The dining area was very clean and inviting, like a restaurant. It was good.
November 10, 2023
Anthology of Mayfield Heights was beautiful. At the moment, I would love to go there. It was an enjoyable tour. The apartments were very beautiful. They were big, they had a whole kitchen, and they had big windows, which was nice. You would not feel closed in. They showed me a list of activities, and it looked very nice. Sometimes, they had music at night for entertainment. They even had a happy hour. They would serve you 2 drinks, and then they cut you off. So, you're only allowed 2 drinks. The people I met walking around were very friendly. They all said hello. It was a very nice place. The staff who assisted me was very nice, very pleasant, very helpful, and very knowledgeable.
April 23, 2023
My father has moved to Anthology of Mayfield Heights. They were very personable, the care workers are hands-on and attentive to my father. As a result of that, he is acclimated very well to the facility. He's getting the proper care from a medication perspective, and physical therapy perspective, and they have activities. He likes the social aspect and environment that they've created there. He enjoys the food and the facility itself, they're well-rounded. He's improved significantly since he's been in there. His room is very spacious, clean, and very nice. It has a microwave, washer and dryer, and a very spacious bathroom, it's just a nice place. We're very pleased with them. I haven't tried the food but my dad likes it. My dad plays bingo there, he goes to their movies, he's gone out to breakfast, they have a trivia night and they have a happy hour. He's well-received.
May 18, 2022
Anthology of Mayfield Heights was a beautiful place and they had some very nice updated amenities like a little swimming pool and a golf simulator. I think it's extremely easy to get around. You can walk like an entire loop through the whole facility, which is nice. The apartment had a washer-dryer, a closet, and a kitchen area with refrigerators and stoves. The lady who toured me around was upbeat about everything. We talked with the residents and she really had to work hard at that one, but you have to have money for that place. It's new, it's beautiful, and it's very wide open with high ceiling. The colors are bright and there are lots of windows. It's great.
February 22, 2022
The Anthology of Mayfield Heights was very clean, very well maintained, and decorated. Everything looked newly built. I could tell that that was just put in place and they said that they were just recently developed. The biggest thing that caught my eye was the organization. They have a cleaning crew, people that come in and check, you could very easily order if you need to have your room cleaned, and if you need any other things such as nursing help and things of that nature. They even offer those services to independent living. They have a chef area and a beautiful dining room. The residents and the staff were very friendly. We were just coming in and they were introducing themselves. It's one of the places that we're considering. It's homey.
October 2, 2021
We liked the Anthology of Mayfield Heights. It was a very nice place, although my husband thinks it's too expensive. I like just about everything. They had two bedrooms. It was very pleasant, and the activities were good. Everything about it I liked except the price. The activities are all about the same. They have crafts, games, and trips. The atmosphere was very pleasant, very bright, and cheerful. I like it. The dining area looked nice, we didn't eat there, though. It was just very nice. The staff was very pleasant and very informative. They had a lot more amenities than we would need. We don't need a swimming pool and a good range.
August 22, 2021
While physically pleasant, Anthology lacks any soul. You want your loved one in a caring facility, not one where you get empty promises from a vapid staff. Buyer beware. Don't make the same mistake we did and get sold on the looks. A pig with lipstick is still a pig.
July 15, 2021
I could stay at the finest hotel and eat at the finest restaurant and still find things to criticize if that were my goal. But frankly, expectations have to be realistic. This is especially true for senior care facilities during a pandemic which must operate in a challenging environment of low occupancy, staffing shortage, reduced food service, and state-mandated activity restriction. My impression is that Anthology has done a fine job weathering the storm, so to speak, and continues to improve their service as the Covid-19 public health threat slowly abates. I could give my professional opinion as a physician that the care and attention of the staff for their residents has been excellent, but I think the fact that no resident has contracted Covid-19 while living at Anthology speaks for itself. Communications with the family have been prompt and informative with regard to my parents' physical and mental condition. As social and enrichment activity options return, I find that the problem is not a shortage of choices for them but their willingness to participate. I cannot comment first-hand on food quality and service since we are not yet allowed to dine with residents in the dining room, but there seems to be a good number of menu choices; it is not dorm or cafeteria food. Frankly my parents are underwhelmed, but this is not surprising as they are and have always been incredibly fussy eaters -- if it's not a Jewish deli for my mother or egg drop soup for my father, they will complain. The facilities are undeniably beautiful; nothing more needs to be said about that. So our overall impression of Anthology is the same as when we first decided to move my parents in: it is and still is by far and away our best option, and best value, for assisted living in the Cleveland metro area.
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- Entry Fee
- Fee Structure Extra: Entry fee cost: $3000
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- 2-bedroom apartments
- Studio Apartments
- Resident Capacity: 192
- Respite Care
- Minimum Age: 55