Belmont Village West Lake Hills
4310 Bee Cave Road West Lake Hills TX 78746
Belmont Village West Lake Hills' vast array of features include a professionally managed fitness center for wellness programs and therapy services, a swimming pool, a technology center and Wi-Fi access. Hospitality and dining will include chef-prepared meals with over 24 daily menu choices, a bistro for casual dining, concierge and transportation services, along with a daily calendar of activities and outings.
Studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments are available. No buy-in is required and monthly rates include a variety of services and amenities.
Pricing at Belmont Village West Lake Hills
*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 Belmont Village West Lake Hills
- I enjoyed my stay here
I was here for 14 days for respite care and it was great. The food was wonderful and 3x a day was good too. They tried to engage me to join in on the daily activities. The caregivers were nice and friendly....
- A little too pricey
Belmont Village West Lake Hills is a big and nice community. It looked like they provided a lot of wonderful activities. The people there were very friendly and nice. It was just extremely expensive.
- Starting Off Well
My mom is still adjusting to being apart of the community. The staff are doing a good job with all they do for her. She tried a few activities and she liked some of it. She likes the meals and it has been all...
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