Coral Gables, near Miami.
Expensive senior community.
Medicare or Medicaid.
The Palace at Coral Gables is an upscale, 55+ retirement community located just outside Orlando, Florida.
Winner of multiple awards, The Palace boasts more than 240 luxury senior residences and offers all the amenities you would expect in a high-end retirement community.
The facility’s design is inspired by the Four Seasons in Paris – enormous chandeliers, designer carpeting, oak chairs, and elegant lighting. Luxury amenities include a magnificent indoor pool, concierge service, fine dining (from an executive chef), state-of-the-art fitness center, and onsite beauty salon. And for your fury friends you will be happy to know that The Palace at Coral Gables is a pet friendly senior living community!
Personalized care options include — Assisted Living, Independent Living, Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation, Continuing Care, and Memory Care.
Availability changes, and residences are very limited.
The Palace at Coral Gables
PREMIUM LUXURY CARE,
Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) in a home-style environment.
Designed for people 55+ who are in good health, and want the community experience.
Different levels of senior care from licensed nurses and physicians.
Upgraded care for those with dementia. Facilities often have safeguards for wandering.
Senior Living Prices
Here are the acceptable forms of payment from our research – these are due to change, and you should contact them via email to confirm.
What is an entrance fee?
As a luxury senior facility residents pay a one-time entrance fee. It’s common among continuing care retirement community (CCRC) and helps keep the monthly fee more affordable in the long-run.
How many floor plans are there?
You can choose from a studio, one bedroom, or two bedroom apartment.
What if my loved one’s health changes?
As a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), you or your loved one can receive added care without leaving the community. Care services at this facility include assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, memory care, and skilled nursing.