6203 Alden Bridge Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77382
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The food is way below standard. When the new owners took over, the meals just keep going downhill. The daily menus look great, but you can't eat the menus. This is sad as everything else gets an A plus. The cleaning, repairing, all the staff are excellent. The rooms, pool, gym, games and all activities are great.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My loved one is there several months and loves the place. The units and surrounding settings are beautiful and well appointed. The amenities/activities are good. The staff is exceptional and very friendly. The "lock-in" 3-yr rate is also very nice. There are only a few things that we see that could use improving. Number one item is the food. The food has been hit or miss - and more of the latter. It is either so overcooked that no one can eat it; or it tastes bland and awful. I have heard quite a few residents complaining about it. The Sunday Buffet really needs an overhaul. Gourmet cooking it is not. Also, with the choices for meals always including breakfast - there needs to be more breakfast choices offered besides a continental breakfast. Not everyone enjoys sweet pastries or cereal. Second; Additional guest parking would be helpful as spaces are limited. Third and last; I do not understand why there isn't a shade cover over the pool. The last thing elderly people want is the hot Texas sun beating on their heads! It's not too large that it can't be covered partially. For the money the residents pay, we feel these items need addressing.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My parents moved in years ago and this place is getting worse. No power generator for when electricity fails and the food is mostly fried in very small portions. Not much healthy eating here! My sister has to bring food in for my parents to eat. The dining areas aren’t open and some food is brought to the residents in their apartments, but by the time it gets to the table, it’s cold and any lettuce is wilted. If you care about the food, you’ll pick another place!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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