Atria at Villages of Windsor - Lake Worth, FL

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Lovely community. Do not like that one cannot age in place in their own apartment (from independent living to assisted living) or use their own personal aids more than four hours a day in independent living. Do not like that they do not have a lot of personalized care options. Would be more interested if the assisted-living apartments had two bathrooms available. Loved the spaces, decor, amenities and activities.

Cait Crenshaw

Local Representative

Thank you for visiting our community at Atria at Villages of Windsor. We value your feedback and appreciate your time to share your experience.

My father and his wife toured a total of five assisted living facilities within a certain price range, and BY FAR the best was Atria! My 8-year-old son even asked if he could move in, because "it would be like living in a fancy hotel!" They loved the European look of the place, the beautiful courtyard with fountain that looks straight out of Rome, the long, pleasant, screened veranda with fans overhead, the beautiful, large pool with gentle ramp, the amazing 1st run movie theater with stadium seating and surround sound, the huge auditorium, the tease of hors d'oervres at Happy Hour, and the ability to get group tickets to theater events and more. Plus food, TV, phone, Internet, room cleaning, laundry - it's all-inclusive! I loved that 3/4 of the place is Independent Living, and only 1/4 is Assisted Living, so that gives my family access to younger, vibrant potential friends, and a reason to keep trying and not just sit in a chair in the apartment all day. I love the beautiful, well-equipped Physical Therapy suite just down the hall, which I hope will help my dad improve his mobility. I love the large yoga studio which I hope will attract my dad's wife's interest. I love how dog-friendly they are at Atria, and that they even have a "Yappy Hour" for the dogs! And while we don't need it yet, I love the beautiful Memory Care facility - a miniature version of the main facility, with a pretty internal courtyard and a "square" design, with the hallway around the edges so that if someone wants to wander, they feel like they are going far without ever leaving. It was sunny and beautiful inside, with a large exercise / activity room, and even an open cooking kitchen where they do hands on cooking activities with residents. My son was an instant hit in the Memory Care facility, and he was not turned off in any way - no unpleasant smells here! He loved giving hugs and kisses, and getting them. The residents were clean and happy. I know we would enjoy visiting if it were needed. I could not say the same of other facilities.

The only drawbacks at Atria are that the Assisted Living folks can't use the same dining facility as the Independent Living folks, so if they did make friends, they have only the Bistro (which is also really nice, forgot to mention that) as a common place to eat together. Another drawback is likely temporary - being only a year old, the facility is not fully populated and it is very large, so it feels a bit empty at the moment, but should feel less so after awhile. My biggest complaint thus far is that the food isn't nutritionally optimal for seniors in any way, and the wait time on lunch was completely unacceptable. I went nearly 20 minutes with an empty water glass, and no one appeared to care. The Monte Cristo sandwich "special" was nothing more than dryish French Toast (fried) with sandwich meat (cured meats are high in salt and encourage vascular swelling, a bad thing for anyone with atherosclerosis, memory issues, amd more) and there wasn't a dark, leafy green to be seen (kale, spinach, and collards are high in the very important nutrient, folate, which can reverse atherosclerosis.) The food did not match the scenery - beautiful place, really boring, uninspired food. I hope that they will improve on this front, then this place would be the best there is, no question.

Overall, we couldn't be more excited, which is something I never thought I would say about such a facility.

Cait Crenshaw

Local Representative

Your feedback and experience is important to us at Villages of Windsor. Thank you for visiting our community, and we hope to see you again. It is our pleasure to serve each of our residents every day.

Almost a 6

Very nice employees, most of whom go out of their way to do a good job. Facilities are very pretty. Offer good entertainment and activities. There are some kinks to be fixed that need attention—they have been bad for too long (the provided telephone and telephone system are poor, poor, poor.). Restaurant looks like a good restaurant, food is presented very nicely but needs daytime Waitresses with better skills.

All in all, a very nice facility and needs a little more attention to be a 5 rating.

Cait Crenshaw

Local Representative

Your kind words and compliments mean the world to our team at Atria Villages of Windsor. It is our pleasure to serve our residents and families each and every day. Thank you for taking the time to share your experience.


My father is well taken care of, and after a few months to settle in, he’s very happy. The staff is always cheerful caring. If there is ever a problem, they are more than willing to try to solve it.

The food there could have more variety, or at least have more than 1 special of the day at lunch and dinner.

Over all, I’m so happy to have my father near by and so well taken care of. Kudos Atria Villages of Windsor staff!

The truth

Really bad "gourmet" meals
Management really lies to prospective tenants

Really way overpriced
No medical facilities
Tenants move in and then out

Ashley Lee

Local Representative

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Too expensive for my parents, but an absolute beautiful facility.

Excellent Services

Atria at Villages of Windsor is a brand new community. It's small right now, with only about 30 people living here so far. The services are excellent, the people are very nice, and they've worked hard to make us feel right at home. The food is good, they keep the community very clean, and even though there aren't very many residents right now, they have activities going on everyday from exercise classes to excellent live shows. I would recommend this community to others.

Still working out the kinks but it's getting better

This a brand spanking new facility and they’re still working out the kinks. I really like that it’s new and the staff here is very accommodating. From the maintenance staff to the kitchen staff, everyone is terrific. The community itself is clean and upbeat. The one time I’ve eaten here, it was during my parent’s anniversary and the kitchen staff made it a big deal and made us a really nice meal. For activities, they have things like movies twice a day, exercise groups, and tailgate parties. There aren’t a lot of people here yet so they’re still working on activities. In the beginning there were a few problems moving in but things are good now. I would recommend this facility to other families.

Seems very nice. New is always nice. Good layout, nice amenities.

From the Community

Atria at Villages of Windsor is a modern senior living community for active older adults in Palm Beach County. This gated, upscale residence offers resort surroundings and 24-hour staff – with flexible leases and no buy-in fee.

Here, residents can savor a salade niçoise from The Palm Court bistro while sunbathing beside the sparkling pool. Watch their favorite movie come to life on an 11-foot screen in the Sunset Screening Room. Enjoy an elegant dinner at The Royal Palm restaurant before catching a live concert in the 80-seat Addison Auditorium. Or simply relax in their spacious apartment while taking in the views of the courtyard.

Each day, residents choose from a robust calendar of events designed to help them achieve whole-person wellness and realize their full potential. From book discussions and aqua fitness classes to group outings, volunteer opportunities and the garden club, activities are based on eight key dimensions of engagement that contribute to a fulfilling life.

And with independent living, assisted living and memory care services, residents can continue living independently with just the right amount of discreet support. Best of all, they benefit from the forward-thinking programs and industry-leading quality standards that make Atria one of North America’s most trusted names in senior living.

Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 190 locations in 27 states and seven Canadian provinces. Atria communities are home to more than 21,000 seniors and employ more than 14,800 people.