Sunrise at Buckhead is an assisted living community, based in Atlanta, Georgia. The facility is located 10 minutes from Interstate 85. From the facility, the Capital City Country Club is a short drive away and the Piedmont Hospital is reachable in 15 minutes.
What stands out about Sunrise at Buckhead is the range of activities that are available every day. Yes, they have all of the usual features that you would expect – trained staff, security features and housekeeping. But, they also show an attention to detail with their meals and activities that some other facilities do not.
Here are a few of their services:
They offer cable TV in each room. It is not immediately clear whether Internet access is included. If you know someone who has stayed with them, perhaps you can confirm whether this is included in the comments.
Sunrise at Buckhead offers several apartment options. For example, they have studios, 1-bedrooms, 2-bedrooms and companion suites.
This location has many of the activities that you would expect from an assisted living community. These include cooking classes and walking. However, they also have some innovative options, including belly dancing.
Here are a few of the services offered at the facility:
This facility does not publically post their prices. Do you know someone who stayed with them? How much were they charged? Was it a good value? Please join the conversation at the end of this article.
Sunrise at Buckland puts a great deal of emphasis on the quality of their food. They say that their onsite chefs talk regularly with the residents and are always looking for new ways to create a restaurant quality experience.
For example, today, the lunch menu included:
To be honest, the very fact that they chose to publish their menu shows how seriously they take the dining experience. This is something that most assisted living facilities do not share publically.
The facility is located at 1000 Lenox Park Boulevard, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30319
Have you or anyone that you know visited or stayed at Sunrise at Buckhead? What was your experience? Did you like the facility? Why or why not? Please join the conversation.