Paradise Village is a large senior retirement communities in National City of San Diego. It has a capacity of 500+ residents with its 391 rooms and 120+ employees. According to the administrative staff, Paradise Village is a family-owned business. Its facilities are spectacular and state-of-the-art, and sit on an enormous property that resembles a vacation resort. The main common area of the community is called the “Plaza.” It has an Olympic-sized swimming pool, beauty salon, full gym, library, chapel, health clinic, credit union theater, gardens, bistro, restaurant and more. No expense was spared in the construction of Paradise Village. In 2016, it finished construction of its premier Memory Care facility.
Details You Should Know
- Care Types Provided
- Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care, Respite Care
- Pricing Tier
- Location Type
- Apartments Furnished
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Paradise Village looks and feels more like a vacation resort than a senior community. There are a number of luxurious features and amenities, conveniences and daily scheduled activities. The apartments are large and equipped with a full kitchen, storage space, washer/dryer, patio or balcony, and a lot of space.
The capacity of Paradise Village is 500+. Plus, the community makes it easy for residents to stay engaged with various events and activities in or outside of the community. Paradise Village offers many luxurious features at an affordable rate, relative to other properties in San Diego. Its location is part of the reason for that. However, Paradise Village is an outstanding senior living community with resort-like features.
The community features a tennis court, putting green, sculptures, murals, a full-sized gym, heated swimming pool, theater, chapel, billiards lounge, clinic, credit union, bistro and more.
Pricing & Financials
- Community Fee $2,000 one-time fee
- Assisted Living
One Bedroom: $4,350+
Two Bedroom: $5,320+
Month to month
*All prices listed above are "starting at" monthly estimates. Monthly resident fees may be higher depending on the level of care required.