Montara Meadows

3150 East Tropicana Avenue Las Vegas NV 89121

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Montara Meadows provides a fulfilling, independent lifestyle in a welcoming environment.



Situated on beautifully landscaped grounds, you'll love the elegance of our facilities while enjoying the convenience of a home in the heart of it all. We're just minutes from shopping, healthcare and all the excitement of the Las Vegas Strip.

Our all-inclusive month-to-month rent covers:
- Private apartment suites
- Daily chef-prepared meals from scratch
- A variety of enriching activities
- Maintenance-free living
- Weekly housekeeping and linen service
- Local, scheduled transportation
- Most utilities including basic cable

Familiar Faces
From pleasant housekeepers, to attentive servers at mealtime, and helpful maintenance technicians who aare there when you need them, this community is the new extension of your family. We're here to make your life easier in any way we can.

Private apartment suites
Choose from a variety of comfortable senior living apartments in various sizes and configurations allowing you the freedom to furnish in any style that appeals to you.

Built with your comfort and safety in mind
Our easy-to-maneuver floor plans are ideal for seniors and we offer 24/7 emergency response services. We understand that each individual is unique and that needs may change over time. Holiday Retirement does not provide any health care services. Residents are welcome to use outside home health care options that may enable them to continue enjoying life at our community.

We are dedicated to making your life with us a truly special experience, and look forward to meeting you.

Call today to schedule your personal tour and learn more about joining our family!

Pricing at Montara Meadows

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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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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 Montara Meadows

3.8 of 5 Average rating
56 Reviews
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(28) A Place For Mom
(28) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Satisfactory community

    The food is better then average. It is currently being delivered right now to the apartments. My apartment is fine and looks out on large, pretty trees. I chose this community over others because this was the lowest cost . I feel it is a satisfactory community that feels like home and has no negative features.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Satisfactory community

    The food is better then average. It is currently being delivered right now to the apartments. My apartment is fine and looks out on large, pretty trees. I chose this community over others because this was the lowest cost . I feel it is a satisfactory community that feels like home and has no negative features.

  • Welcome back to the 1950's!

    Having actually LIVED at Montara Meadows from Feb. 26th until April 1, 2018, I'm definitely in a better position than most to give an opinion about living there 24/7 for an entire month. First, however, let me tell you that I did meet some really great ladies and men there during my stay and the staff behind the front desk, the cooks and waiters, chefs and food handlers are all just great people and weight on the residents hand and foot. They are all very nice, warm and friendly and really care about making us all happy at meal times! They were great to us and I had a lot of fun teasing and having fun joking around with them. They also prepare really nice food but during my month stay, the kitchen was being remodeled so it made it really hard on everyone, especially the food service staff to get our food to us hot, but all things considered, they did a good job! Having styrofoam cups and plastic glasses, and then plastic eating utensils, is not what I expected, but it wasn't their fault. Monday, April 2nd, however, the kitchen was supposed to open back up as normal. Since I'm not there anymore (thank God) I can only assume things improved for everyone by now! The buildings were built a long, long time ago and I'm sure when they were "new" they were truly amazing, however...it's now 2018 and other than the main building/clubhouse/dining room, living room, etc., it's still the same as it was decades ago. That in itself is bad enough, but when you add the fact that people smoked a lot back then - cigars included - those disgusting odors have lingered and remained in the old, worn out, carpeting that runs throughout the entire hallways and lobbies in each of their buildings. The stench of all that old smoke is really nasty but to add to that - the overstuffed, outdated, old furniture also is full of that smell too. The ceilings are all "popcorn" and the walls of every hallway and lobby are covered with large, heavy printed framed "artwork"....like what your great grandma would have hung over her mantle times 100! The place has horrible cell reception AND no one has WiFi in their rooms or in their buildings for that matter! So, if you don't stay in the main building to use your device - good luck trying to reach anyone on the outside! If you do, however, the call will drop every now and then at the very least. Most annoying! :( The fact this entire facility has ONE DESK TOP computer in the main bldg. (2nd floor) - is the only way you're going to be able to reach the outside world - but only between 7:30am and 7:30 pm, 7 days a week! lf you are on the PC, however, and someone else wants to use it, then you have to stop what you're doing and let them use it. The room I had was clean, quiet and faced north on the second floor so at least I had that luxury. The view out that slider was really nice, but it didn't make up for the fact I had no internet or WiFi in my room - or building. Of course, pay for internet and altho they provide FREE basic Cox TV cable - you would have to pay more to upgrade that. All that being said, however, the main reason I was miserable there was because I was given the impression there were other ACTIVE, INDEPENDENT seniors living there, which turned out to not be true. The average age of the men/women at MM is 85+ and some are in their 90's and one super great lady is 100! Therefore, I was the only one much younger than all the rest, so I spent all my time there ALONE - either on the PC or in my room watching TV. Meals, however, were fun for me because I got to sit with those I really enjoyed being with but that was only 3 times a day. Of course, I was able to walk around the neighborhood so I tried that five times the first two weeks, but then decided it wasn't worth the trouble. The entire area around MM is IMO - an old, dirty, run-down slum. Even the stores around there were old, nasty and dirty. Then there was the great "Geezer Express" or shuttle. This bucket of bolts should have been sent to the dump at least 10 yrs ago...and yet, it's still chugging along. Wait till you ride that thing a few miles...you won't believe how awful it is. I thought my back was broken the first time we came back from Walmart on Eastern Avenue. Now, if all of this has you wondering why I wound up there, let me just say this..."it wasn't like it was in the brochure" and I was grossly mislead on the phone as to the others my age that were living here. l never did find them or the purple unicorn either for that matter. Now comes the real kicker! I paid $2,200 a month for my 550-sq-foot apt with a tiny kitchenette AND on top of that - $2.5K for the homeowners fee. They make you sign papers that you will pay them $2.2K x 3 months but on top of that the $2.5K HOA fee at the same time! It's a 90-day lease and can't be broken period! Of course, after the 90-day period is over, your rent is month-to-month. Well, if you do the math on this, that's a S-load of money for what I just described to you! A lot of the people at MM should not even be there in the first place. They should be in either a nursing home or an assisted living facility. They are NOT active or independent as 90% of them cannot get around without a wheeled walker or an electric scooter. Some have dementia, Alzheimer, or are on meds so they can't think clearly but even worse than that, some are extremely handicapped, missing arms or an eye, so that's really hard to get used to seeing all day every day if you have never been around that before. It's very sad really, but there have also been some that have gone away in an ambulance never to return. :( So, I guess what I'm trying to tell you is BUYER BEWARE! If only I had seen the area around Montara in person, I never would have looked twice at it. It's a fairly nice looking place but it's surrounded by a ghetto in my opinion. It faces East Tropicana Ave., which is one of the busiest, 4-lane streets in the entire city of Las Vegas, so you can only imagine how scary it is walking near that or living on top of that street! It did get very quiet after midnight, however...so that was nice. There is no central a/c in the rooms either. They have a window unit but it's stuck in the wall and you have no idea what the temp. in your room is, only what you set it on. That's really not good either, but at least it works. The other thing which never occurred to me before Montara - and that was - how low to the floor their commodes are! Maybe back in the 1950's they thought it was a good idea to sit as close to the floor as possible when you used the restroom...but to me that's dreadful! The older you get, the harder it is to get up and down from a chair - so imagine a commode as low to the floor that you could possible imagine. That's just insane! Anyway...the manager is a super nice gal and I will always think fondly of her and several other staff members too, but as a woman who worked in business offices my entire life (1965-2009) I find it very inappropriate for any woman in a "front desk" reception position to show as much cleavage as possible without being arrested. It's just so out of place in a senior facility and yet, this very nice gal - who happens to be about 50 pounds overweight, thinks it's "cool" to sit down behind the main lobby counter and show off as much of her huge chest as possible! So, remember this.... If you think that spending $3K+ for 90 days is worth all of this I just described...by all means go there and sign up for a room! The 1-bedrooms are $1.2K/month but the "studios" are only $1K per month....just don't forget that you will pay the $2.5K over the first 90-day period in addition to the rent for the "one time only" HOA! I moved out 4/1/18 but MM will still take out another ton of money from my bank account up until 5/26! Be aware of something else too... There are quite a few residents there now who have a very negative, mean, nasty temper and disposition and if you say or do anything to annoy them - they will unload on you - regardless of what else is going on! I really don't see how much longer they can continue to ignore the run-down, worn out rugs, furniture, framed "art" work and the stench of old cigarette smoke in every building - but from the looks of it...as long as they can milk that cash cow - nothing will change. You've been forewarned, so if you find yourself living there don't say I didn't try to warn you! I'm now enjoying my retirement in a gorgeous, modern, clean and safe place at DESTINATIONS PUEBLO in the Summerlin area of Vegas...and other than a few really sweet, special ladies who are still at Montara, I will never miss anything about that place and wished I had never set foot in it! April 2018

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Welcome back to the 1950's!

    Having actually LIVED at Montara Meadows from Feb. 26th until April 1, 2018, I'm definitely in a better position than most to give an opinion about living there 24/7 for an entire month. First, however, let me tell you that I did meet some really great ladies and men there during my stay and the staff behind the front desk, the cooks and waiters, chefs and food handlers are all just great people and weight on the residents hand and foot. They are all very nice, warm and friendly and really care about making us all happy at meal times! They were great to us and I had a lot of fun teasing and having fun joking around with them. They also prepare really nice food but during my month stay, the kitchen was being remodeled so it made it really hard on everyone, especially the food service staff to get our food to us hot, but all things considered, they did a good job! Having styrofoam cups and plastic glasses, and then plastic eating utensils, is not what I expected, but it wasn't their fault. Monday, April 2nd, however, the kitchen was supposed to open back up as normal. Since I'm not there anymore (thank God) I can only assume things improved for everyone by now! The buildings were built a long, long time ago and I'm sure when they were "new" they were truly amazing, however...it's now 2018 and other than the main building/clubhouse/dining room, living room, etc., it's still the same as it was decades ago. That in itself is bad enough, but when you add the fact that people smoked a lot back then - cigars included - those disgusting odors have lingered and remained in the old, worn out, carpeting that runs throughout the entire hallways and lobbies in each of their buildings. The stench of all that old smoke is really nasty but to add to that - the overstuffed, outdated, old furniture also is full of that smell too. The ceilings are all "popcorn" and the walls of every hallway and lobby are covered with large, heavy printed framed "artwork"....like what your great grandma would have hung over her mantle times 100! The place has horrible cell reception AND no one has WiFi in their rooms or in their buildings for that matter! So, if you don't stay in the main building to use your device - good luck trying to reach anyone on the outside! If you do, however, the call will drop every now and then at the very least. Most annoying! :( The fact this entire facility has ONE DESK TOP computer in the main bldg. (2nd floor) - is the only way you're going to be able to reach the outside world - but only between 7:30am and 7:30 pm, 7 days a week! lf you are on the PC, however, and someone else wants to use it, then you have to stop what you're doing and let them use it. The room I had was clean, quiet and faced north on the second floor so at least I had that luxury. The view out that slider was really nice, but it didn't make up for the fact I had no internet or WiFi in my room - or building. Of course, pay for internet and altho they provide FREE basic Cox TV cable - you would have to pay more to upgrade that. All that being said, however, the main reason I was miserable there was because I was given the impression there were other ACTIVE, INDEPENDENT seniors living there, which turned out to not be true. The average age of the men/women at MM is 85+ and some are in their 90's and one super great lady is 100! Therefore, I was the only one much younger than all the rest, so I spent all my time there ALONE - either on the PC or in my room watching TV. Meals, however, were fun for me because I got to sit with those I really enjoyed being with but that was only 3 times a day. Of course, I was able to walk around the neighborhood so I tried that five times the first two weeks, but then decided it wasn't worth the trouble. The entire area around MM is IMO - an old, dirty, run-down slum. Even the stores around there were old, nasty and dirty. Then there was the great "Geezer Express" or shuttle. This bucket of bolts should have been sent to the dump at least 10 yrs ago...and yet, it's still chugging along. Wait till you ride that thing a few miles...you won't believe how awful it is. I thought my back was broken the first time we came back from Walmart on Eastern Avenue. Now, if all of this has you wondering why I wound up there, let me just say this..."it wasn't like it was in the brochure" and I was grossly mislead on the phone as to the others my age that were living here. l never did find them or the purple unicorn either for that matter. Now comes the real kicker! I paid $2,200 a month for my 550-sq-foot apt with a tiny kitchenette AND on top of that - $2.5K for the homeowners fee. They make you sign papers that you will pay them $2.2K x 3 months but on top of that the $2.5K HOA fee at the same time! It's a 90-day lease and can't be broken period! Of course, after the 90-day period is over, your rent is month-to-month. Well, if you do the math on this, that's a S-load of money for what I just described to you! A lot of the people at MM should not even be there in the first place. They should be in either a nursing home or an assisted living facility. They are NOT active or independent as 90% of them cannot get around without a wheeled walker or an electric scooter. Some have dementia, Alzheimer, or are on meds so they can't think clearly but even worse than that, some are extremely handicapped, missing arms or an eye, so that's really hard to get used to seeing all day every day if you have never been around that before. It's very sad really, but there have also been some that have gone away in an ambulance never to return. :( So, I guess what I'm trying to tell you is BUYER BEWARE! If only I had seen the area around Montara in person, I never would have looked twice at it. It's a fairly nice looking place but it's surrounded by a ghetto in my opinion. It faces East Tropicana Ave., which is one of the busiest, 4-lane streets in the entire city of Las Vegas, so you can only imagine how scary it is walking near that or living on top of that street! It did get very quiet after midnight, however...so that was nice. There is no central a/c in the rooms either. They have a window unit but it's stuck in the wall and you have no idea what the temp. in your room is, only what you set it on. That's really not good either, but at least it works. The other thing which never occurred to me before Montara - and that was - how low to the floor their commodes are! Maybe back in the 1950's they thought it was a good idea to sit as close to the floor as possible when you used the restroom...but to me that's dreadful! The older you get, the harder it is to get up and down from a chair - so imagine a commode as low to the floor that you could possible imagine. That's just insane! Anyway...the manager is a super nice gal and I will always think fondly of her and several other staff members too, but as a woman who worked in business offices my entire life (1965-2009) I find it very inappropriate for any woman in a "front desk" reception position to show as much cleavage as possible without being arrested. It's just so out of place in a senior facility and yet, this very nice gal - who happens to be about 50 pounds overweight, thinks it's "cool" to sit down behind the main lobby counter and show off as much of her huge chest as possible! So, remember this.... If you think that spending $3K+ for 90 days is worth all of this I just described...by all means go there and sign up for a room! The 1-bedrooms are $1.2K/month but the "studios" are only $1K per month....just don't forget that you will pay the $2.5K over the first 90-day period in addition to the rent for the "one time only" HOA! I moved out 4/1/18 but MM will still take out another ton of money from my bank account up until 5/26! Be aware of something else too... There are quite a few residents there now who have a very negative, mean, nasty temper and disposition and if you say or do anything to annoy them - they will unload on you - regardless of what else is going on! I really don't see how much longer they can continue to ignore the run-down, worn out rugs, furniture, framed "art" work and the stench of old cigarette smoke in every building - but from the looks of it...as long as they can milk that cash cow - nothing will change. You've been forewarned, so if you find yourself living there don't say I didn't try to warn you! I'm now enjoying my retirement in a gorgeous, modern, clean and safe place at DESTINATIONS PUEBLO in the Summerlin area of Vegas...and other than a few really sweet, special ladies who are still at Montara, I will never miss anything about that place and wished I had never set foot in it! April 2018

  • I am living here and paying $1,900 but do not like that it takes one to one and a half hours for all three meals. They are very slow in their service.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    I am living here and paying $1,900 but do not like that it takes one to one and a half hours for all three meals. They are very slow in their service.

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