The Renaissance on Peachtree

3755 Peachtree Rd NE Atlanta GA 30319

866-465-5993

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At Renaissance on Peachtree, the characteristics are distinctive and luxurious, while the hospitality is charming and unmistakably Southern. Nestled in the heart of Atlanta's affluent Buckhead community, Renaissance on Peachtree's lifestyle is remarkably upscale and instinctive - providing the highest and most state-of-the art quality for today's senior lifestyle. For more than 30 years, Renaissance on Peachtree has set the absolute highest standard of senior living.

Pricing at The Renaissance on Peachtree

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2 Bedrooms
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Reviews of The Renaissance on Peachtree

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  • The Renaissance On Peachtree

    They seem to be dedicated to keeping things at the community clean. The staff is great; they are even bringing us our meals to our rooms and they go above and beyond. The food is good, although it is a little fattening. The main thing is that they cannot accommodate for special diets. Previous to the Covid-19 pandemic, they had adequate activities, however they could have been better and had more.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    The Renaissance On Peachtree

    They seem to be dedicated to keeping things at the community clean. The staff is great; they are even bringing us our meals to our rooms and they go above and beyond. The food is good, although it is a little fattening. The main thing is that they cannot accommodate for special diets. Previous to the Covid-19 pandemic, they had adequate activities, however they could have been better and had more.

  • Staff very welcoming. Food and menu choices very good. Residents active with many activities. Rooms too small for my power chair and parking not good for guests.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Staff very welcoming. Food and menu choices very good. Residents active with many activities. Rooms too small for my power chair and parking not good for guests.

  • Renaissance on Peachtree: One Family's Experience

    My mom has been at Renaissance on Peachtree since January 2018 and lives on the Assisted Living floor. She requires help with all aspects of daily living: dressing, using the bathroom, bathing, etc. My dad, who is still able to live alone and care for himself, visits her three days a week and has had a lot of interaction with the Assistant Director and staff. My son, brother, and I visit every week. We are all impressed by the consistent quality of care at and management of this facility. The staff have been wonderful with my mom. They make all the difference in the world! They sincerely and genuinely care for and about all the residents. They are friendly, helpful, competent, and well trained. The food is delicious and the variety of daily and weekly activities is excellent. They even had a Mardi Gras parade (we’re from New Orleans), complete with bead throwing! For my parent’s 64th anniversary, all my dad had to do was ask and they arranged a very special, private dinner for them with white tablecloth, candlelight, wine, steaks, and a private, tableside chef. Everything about Renaissance on Peachtree is first class, from the atrium that looks like a five star hotel, to the hair salon, exercise classes, movies, transportation service, and weekly outings to various places around Atlanta. There is something for everyone here; it doesn’t matter if you’re completely independent or require a good deal of assistance. Each resident is treated with the same level of caring and respect. It’s close to shopping, hospitals, grocery stores, and everything else in the heart of Atlanta, for those who are more mobile. Also, they allow pets—so important to quality of life as we age. Visitor parking is quite limited but they have complimentary valet parking, so it’s never a problem. This is definitely the kind of place you want for your loved one. My family and I would highly recommend Renaissance on Peachtree to anyone looking for an assisted living facility in Atlanta.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Renaissance on Peachtree: One Family's Experience

    My mom has been at Renaissance on Peachtree since January 2018 and lives on the Assisted Living floor. She requires help with all aspects of daily living: dressing, using the bathroom, bathing, etc. My dad, who is still able to live alone and care for himself, visits her three days a week and has had a lot of interaction with the Assistant Director and staff. My son, brother, and I visit every week. We are all impressed by the consistent quality of care at and management of this facility. The staff have been wonderful with my mom. They make all the difference in the world! They sincerely and genuinely care for and about all the residents. They are friendly, helpful, competent, and well trained. The food is delicious and the variety of daily and weekly activities is excellent. They even had a Mardi Gras parade (we’re from New Orleans), complete with bead throwing! For my parent’s 64th anniversary, all my dad had to do was ask and they arranged a very special, private dinner for them with white tablecloth, candlelight, wine, steaks, and a private, tableside chef. Everything about Renaissance on Peachtree is first class, from the atrium that looks like a five star hotel, to the hair salon, exercise classes, movies, transportation service, and weekly outings to various places around Atlanta. There is something for everyone here; it doesn’t matter if you’re completely independent or require a good deal of assistance. Each resident is treated with the same level of caring and respect. It’s close to shopping, hospitals, grocery stores, and everything else in the heart of Atlanta, for those who are more mobile. Also, they allow pets—so important to quality of life as we age. Visitor parking is quite limited but they have complimentary valet parking, so it’s never a problem. This is definitely the kind of place you want for your loved one. My family and I would highly recommend Renaissance on Peachtree to anyone looking for an assisted living facility in Atlanta.

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Community Details at The Renaissance on Peachtree

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    • The Renaissance on Peachtree Amenities

      • Activities Offsite
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Activities Onsite
      • Vegetarian
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Meals Provided

    Senior Housing Types Provided at The Renaissance on Peachtree

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      • Assisted Living
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