Atria Villages of Windsor

9130 Hypoluxo Road Lake Worth FL 33467

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Atria at Villages of Windsor is a modern senior living community for active older adults in Palm Beach County. This gated, upscale residence offers resort surroundings and 24-hour staff – with flexible leases and no buy-in fee.

Here, residents can savor a salade niçoise from The Palm Court bistro while sunbathing beside the sparkling pool. Watch their favorite movie come to life on an 11-foot screen in the Sunset Screening Room. Enjoy an elegant dinner at The Royal Palm restaurant before catching a live concert in the 80-seat Addison Auditorium. Or simply relax in their spacious apartment while taking in the views of the courtyard.

Each day, residents choose from a robust calendar of events designed to help them achieve whole-person wellness and realize their full potential. From book discussions and aqua fitness classes to group outings, volunteer opportunities and the garden club, activities are based on eight key dimensions of engagement that contribute to a fulfilling life.

And with independent living, assisted living and memory care services, residents can continue living independently with just the right amount of discreet support. Best of all, they benefit from the forward-thinking programs and industry-leading quality standards that make Atria one of North America’s most trusted names in senior living.

Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 200 locations in 26 states and seven Canadian provinces. Atria communities are home to more than 23,000 seniors and employ more than 14,000 people.

Pricing at Atria Villages of Windsor

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Atria Villages of Windsor

3.4 of 5 Average rating
15 Reviews
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(9) A Place For Mom
(6) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • My parents lived here..

    My parents lived in Atria's assisted living for almost 2 years. They moved in very early when there were fewer residents & as more moved in, rules changed (like they had to stop eating dinner in the independent dining room). This Atria is beautiful & has a resort feel to it. The poorest part of the design though is separating the independent & assisted living residents so much. They eat in their own dining rooms sadly. The independent dining room is large, bright and beautiful. The assisted living dining room is narrow, long, less decorative. Most events take place closer to the independent (the theater, the shows, the salon, the card rooms) which makes things a bit more difficult for the assisted living residents. If you are independent you have more of a chance to enjoy living here. The food was a terrible problem for a long time. When first moved in, the menu included filet mignon, shrimp & salmon. Soon after those everyday options were stopped. A new executive chef was hired but same issues continued. Poor cooking, poor quality, long waiting time. I was there many times visiting & saw residents give up waiting & leave. Hate to bash all, Some staff were wonderful. But so overworked, the staff couldn't keep up. Assisted living residents are more high maintance but this is the industry. I think they could've done better. Whenever I complained I was told they were hiring/training new people & things would improve. But they never did. They also closed the bistro. I had complained because this was an important feature for assisted living residents to be able to go & get a snack. A big feature in my opinion which they were paying for in their monthly dues. Instead, their rent went up! My parents were extremely unhappy so they finally agreed to move out of state (to be close to me). I do want to say that both my parents had their challenges. Both had medical conditions but I expected them to be helped & encouraged while they lived there. The only real activities available to them on the assisted living side was poker twice a week which my dad did participate. And they also had a lot of art going on. I would've liked to have seen more group activities like bingo, trivia, etc. Things to help them socialize. Now, they live in a place that has that so it really stands out to me know how different the places are to each other. If you are thinking of living here- do a test run for a few weeks!! Try it out first without committing!! Take note that many reviews on other sites are written from employees- this to me is not a good source of information. Read through to understand which is which.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    My parents lived here..

    My parents lived in Atria's assisted living for almost 2 years. They moved in very early when there were fewer residents & as more moved in, rules changed (like they had to stop eating dinner in the independent dining room). This Atria is beautiful & has a resort feel to it. The poorest part of the design though is separating the independent & assisted living residents so much. They eat in their own dining rooms sadly. The independent dining room is large, bright and beautiful. The assisted living dining room is narrow, long, less decorative. Most events take place closer to the independent (the theater, the shows, the salon, the card rooms) which makes things a bit more difficult for the assisted living residents. If you are independent you have more of a chance to enjoy living here. The food was a terrible problem for a long time. When first moved in, the menu included filet mignon, shrimp & salmon. Soon after those everyday options were stopped. A new executive chef was hired but same issues continued. Poor cooking, poor quality, long waiting time. I was there many times visiting & saw residents give up waiting & leave. Hate to bash all, Some staff were wonderful. But so overworked, the staff couldn't keep up. Assisted living residents are more high maintance but this is the industry. I think they could've done better. Whenever I complained I was told they were hiring/training new people & things would improve. But they never did. They also closed the bistro. I had complained because this was an important feature for assisted living residents to be able to go & get a snack. A big feature in my opinion which they were paying for in their monthly dues. Instead, their rent went up! My parents were extremely unhappy so they finally agreed to move out of state (to be close to me). I do want to say that both my parents had their challenges. Both had medical conditions but I expected them to be helped & encouraged while they lived there. The only real activities available to them on the assisted living side was poker twice a week which my dad did participate. And they also had a lot of art going on. I would've liked to have seen more group activities like bingo, trivia, etc. Things to help them socialize. Now, they live in a place that has that so it really stands out to me know how different the places are to each other. If you are thinking of living here- do a test run for a few weeks!! Try it out first without committing!! Take note that many reviews on other sites are written from employees- this to me is not a good source of information. Read through to understand which is which.

  • A very good choice for my mother

    My mother is in the Life Guidance/memory care building. The community was always kept clean and they were always on top of the housekeeping and keeping the common areas clear. There is a lot of natural light that comes into the community; it is not dark at all, it is very bright. My mother has a couple of the aids that she really loves and they are all very consistent with her care. The food at Atria is a little inconsistent but usually good, which could be the result of the changing chefs. They recently got a new activities director who seems to be really good. Within the Life Guidance area, it seems a little hard to pick activities that fit the abilities of all the residents and their differing needs at the same time. Atria seems to be a little pricey for what you get. They have very strong management and the director is great and makes adjustments when necessary. This community is pretty new, which is a selling point; nothing looks rundown or old.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    A very good choice for my mother

    My mother is in the Life Guidance/memory care building. The community was always kept clean and they were always on top of the housekeeping and keeping the common areas clear. There is a lot of natural light that comes into the community; it is not dark at all, it is very bright. My mother has a couple of the aids that she really loves and they are all very consistent with her care. The food at Atria is a little inconsistent but usually good, which could be the result of the changing chefs. They recently got a new activities director who seems to be really good. Within the Life Guidance area, it seems a little hard to pick activities that fit the abilities of all the residents and their differing needs at the same time. Atria seems to be a little pricey for what you get. They have very strong management and the director is great and makes adjustments when necessary. This community is pretty new, which is a selling point; nothing looks rundown or old.

  • Modern community with family style caring

    My parents have been living at Atria at Villages of Windsor for almost two years now. We've gone through the growing pains of opening a new facility and ramping up and training staff. The kitchen is improving greatly and I look forward to the creative new ways to prepare healthy foods. The special theme food nights are my parent's favorite! Overall, the staff could not be more excellent! The lifestyle staff goes out of their way to be creative and thus things are never boring. I love that even the facilities and kitchen guys join in on karaoke night. Everyone laughs and has fun together. My mother is "on a cruise ship that never leaves port," I tell people. Since dad prefers his quiet time alone, this gives mom a chance to make friends and be busy without having to drive all over town. This offers me and my siblings peace of mind for our parent's safety and well-being. The care the team took during the last Hurricane crisis and now the Covid-19 situation is exceptional. I feel grateful to have such excellent stewards watching over my aging parents.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Modern community with family style caring

    My parents have been living at Atria at Villages of Windsor for almost two years now. We've gone through the growing pains of opening a new facility and ramping up and training staff. The kitchen is improving greatly and I look forward to the creative new ways to prepare healthy foods. The special theme food nights are my parent's favorite! Overall, the staff could not be more excellent! The lifestyle staff goes out of their way to be creative and thus things are never boring. I love that even the facilities and kitchen guys join in on karaoke night. Everyone laughs and has fun together. My mother is "on a cruise ship that never leaves port," I tell people. Since dad prefers his quiet time alone, this gives mom a chance to make friends and be busy without having to drive all over town. This offers me and my siblings peace of mind for our parent's safety and well-being. The care the team took during the last Hurricane crisis and now the Covid-19 situation is exceptional. I feel grateful to have such excellent stewards watching over my aging parents.

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    • Atria Villages of Windsor Amenities

      • Activities Onsite
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
      • Meals Provided

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