- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Aging in Place
- Nurses on Staff
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
A nice place
My mom has lived at the Broadmoor for 10 months now, after her partner died and we moved her up to San Francisco to be near us. The staff is very kind and loving. She likes the activities, it is well located for public transportation and has a nice garden patio. The food is good. It is month to month, and is well priced for San Francisco. Overall, I recommend it.
Didn't like the residential...
Didn't like the residential hotel' arrangement for my mother-in-law. The rooms were small, and the place was dark. Too much money for too little [removed] SF in a nutshell!
I went. It is $2600 for one...
I went. It is $2600 for one room, sort of a small studio. They said the people are very active, which mom is not. There is a lot to do in the city, and a large Jewish population. They go to the JCC for activities. Moving her here wouldn't save much, but would put her 6 blocks from me. She would hate having only one room, but we have to consider that as an option. Even so, we would not have enough$$$$$.
Broadmoor is very different then what I am used to but it is close to my family. They are located in downtown San Francisco; I am more used to smaller cities and towns. The food is wonderful and everyone is kind. It is a well educated community that I am find I have things in commons with other residents. The staff is concerned and caring for their residents. The community is very clean. It is not handicap friendly; there are no ramps so you have to negotiate stairs. I would recommend this community to people who do not have to worry about stairs and negotiating them. Overall I am happy being here at Broadmoor.
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The Perfect Place
It's just better than all others
building in good repair, landscaping
Friendliness is 10 out 5
It's been absolutely the perfect thing that I was looking for - it's been more than I was looking for. I came up here just to get out of the Valley for a month, and they've been terrific.
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Very nice old historic buil...
Very nice old historic building. But.... not a possibility for my Mom. Might recommend it for someone else. Ken was really great.
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Entered lobby and didn't ge...
Entered lobby and didn't get the right feel. Felt too old, needs updating. Entrance isn't very inviting. Mom didn't care for the tattoo guy at the desk. Called to cancel tour.
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I liked the Broadmoor very much. It s...
I liked the Broadmoor very much. It seems friendly,affordable & centrally located in SF.
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The Broadmoor offers the finest in senior living in San Francisco. We are centrally located in Cathedral Hill to shopping, banks, theatres, and the symphony. All our affordable rates include three meals per day prepared by our chef and served in our formal dining room, maid and linen service, on site laundry and beauty salon, and a private terraced park. We also offer a full monthly calendar of events such as Happy Hour every Friday with live entertainment, Sunday Brunch with a string quartet, afternoon teas, wine tasting socials, exercise classes, movies and much more. We take three trips each month to Broadway shows, restaurants, and points of interest around the bay area. We have gone to Sausalito, Hearst Castle, Napa Valley, Muir Woods, Half Moon Bay, Bodega Bay, and Pacifica – to name a few. Our over night trips to Reno are a big hit with our residents. Because there are no buy ins, we offer affordable and comfortable accommodations in San Francisco on a month to month basis.