1418 North Country Club Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201
We believe your retirement years are your years to relax, learn new things, and enjoy life to the fullest. At the Oasis at Mesa Palms, we make life simple and enjoyable. As soon as you walk in, you’ll notice colorful flowers, plants, smiling faces, and beautiful furnishings — and you may even smell the delicious aromas of our daily chef-prepared meals. We also offer flexible dining plans because we understand that everyone has different schedules and dining traditions.
Our professional, dedicated staff tends to all the details that make our residents’ lives comfortable and maintenance free. In addition to cutting down your to-do list, we have an activities program to provide regular entertainment. You can control your day!
Our goal is to simplify your life and satisfy your needs — whatever those may be. Whether you need help watering your plants, feeding your pets, working out, or hanging pictures, our staff is happy to assist with a variety of services.
Our community also has an on-site salon and barbershop to accommodate your hair and beauty needs. Don’t forget to take advantage of our swimming pool and hot tub!
Additional amenities and services include:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
For a local A Place for Mom Advisor(877) 345-1716
The facilities are older but well maintained. Because it was the weekend and all rooms are occupied, we were unable to view a room but was invited to schedule a day during the week to return and view a room. Ate lunch at the facilities and enjoyed the environment. Only concern is the facility is located off a major street which could be troubling for my mother who still drives at 84 years old. Deposit for wait list was $325.00 and refundable.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
The staff are wonderful and very friendly. The owner who runs it is just the best. The front office is good and very friendly. They have somebody come in once a month to clean the apartments. And it was always very clean. There's plenty here to do, whatever you want to do. I enjoyed Mahjong, and Hand and Foot. They had entertainment outside in the courtyard. There was always something going on, and they would send out a schedule regularly. They also had transportation if you needed to go to the store or to the doctor. They had just about every base covered. They also have a very nice library, with a good variety of books and puzzles to choose from, that I was blessed to be able to work at and help out with.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This is definitely the right place for my mom. She moved in about 6 weeks ago and felt like it was home right away. We toured several places and mom said this was where she wanted to be as soon as we finished the tour with [Removed], the owner. The best thing so far has been that everything was just as they said, or even better. When mom moved in there were a couple of little things to fix in her unit and maintenance took care of them promptly. Mom loves the food, has made several new friends and is participating in activities because it is so easy. She has taken the bus and has a list of things she wants to try but has been to busy. Lots of friends from her old condo location and church in Scottsdale have come to visit her and are thrilled for her in her new homeReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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