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The Retreat At Sunriver

4480 S Arrowhead Canyon Dr, Saint George, UT 84790

Based on 19 reviews


Services and Housing Options

Assisted Living, Memory Care, Respite

Estimated Pricing

Studio
Estimated $3,757

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The Retreat At Sunriver Description

The retirement community in St. George, Utah is designed to provide residents with an exciting and fulfilling life. The well-designed apartment homes offer convenient features and the delicious dining options and enriching activities are sure to please. The friendly staff is always available to provide residents with the resources they need to make life easier and more enjoyable. Whether you want to spend your time playing games with friends, watching movies, or taking a stroll around the beautiful grounds, the retirement community in St. George, Utah has something for everyone. Maintenance-free living means you can spend your time doing the things you love without having to worry about daily chores. Come experience all that the retirement community in St. George, Utah has to offer!

At The Retreat at Sunriver, you’ll find more than just senior living services. You’ll find community. Our experienced senior care team is invested in your health and wellbeing, and our goal is to enrich your life. We offer a variety of programs and services that focus on whole-body wellness, including opportunities to socialize and make new friends, daily activities to strengthen your body and mind, and more. For more information, visit the Lifestyle page.

The Retreat At Sunriver is located 5.2 miles from Saint George, a large town with a population of 72,897. Other nearby cities and towns include Santa Clara, Washington, Ivins and Hurricane. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $61,885, 54% of the country has a higher median income.

This community provides Assisted Living, Memory Care and Respite Care and has Studio and Suite apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,757 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,756 in Saint George, $3,733 in UT, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. The Retreat At Sunriver is a member of a larger group of communities called Meridian Senior. The Retreat At Sunriver is ranked 7 out of 8 communities in Saint George and is ranked 211 out of 277 communities in UT.

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Health

wellness

personal care

specialized memory care

Activities

organized activities

seasonal celebrations

special events

bridge

social gatherings

daily activities

Dining

happy hours

three chef-prepared meals daily

restaurant-style dining

dining experience

dining services

chef-inspired meals

three meals a day

in-room dining

Services

transportation services

highly trained and compassionate staff

support groups

short-term stays

laundry service

move-in assistance

trash service

Amenities

wifi available

walking trails

smoke free

kitchen

microwave

private patio

exceptional views

energy-efficient appliances

balcony

spacious apartments

walk-in closets

dining room

maintenance-free living

ceiling fans

refrigerator

parks

bar

community amenities

cable included

game room

laundry facilities onsite

courtyard

fitness center

custom cabinetry

garden

outdoor grilling/bbq stations

Pets

pet friendly

Healthcare Near The Retreat At Sunriver

The Retreat At Sunriver is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Advanced Hearing & Balance which is 4.5 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital - 400 East Campus, and Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital. Pharmacies close by are Crimson Valley Pharmacy which is 4.2 miles away, Walgreens, and Staples Health Mart Pharmacy. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Dixie Pediatric Dental which is 4.1 miles away, Riverside Dental Care, and Common Sense Family Dentisty.

Surrounding Area

The Retreat At Sunriver is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Mexican at Pepper's Cantina, barbecue at Dickey's Barbecue Pit or Thai at Royal Thai Cuisine. Love the arts? Head on over to Cox Auditorium / Avenna Center, Amphitheater, or Sears Art Museum Gallery. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Holiday Square Shopping Center, Sunbrook Ranch, or The Shoppes at Zion. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Bloomington Petroglyph Park, Bloomington Park, or Hidden Valley Park.

Weather

Weather in the area consists of an average of 63 days of rain, 4 days of snow and 297 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 0.5 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 88°F in the summer and 43°F in the winter, with an average temp of 64.8°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 33.8%, with max winds averaging around 10.2 mph.

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Licensing

This community is licensed by the state of UT. It is a large-sized community with 60 total beds.

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Reviews

General Staff Rating
Based on 15 total reviews
Care Staff Rating
Based on 11 total reviews
Food Staff Rating
Based on 6 total reviews
Cleanliness Rating
Based on 3 total reviews
Activities and Services Rating
Based on 4 total reviews
Sue P.
2019-08-06

5.0 rating


My mom lived at The Retreat at Sun River for the last 3 years of her life.  I cannot say enough about this place. The staff was great.  Always kind, compassionate, friendly, and really cared about the residents.  My mom was very happy there.  She liked the food-Jose & Juanita in the kitchen prepared tasty meals, and always stopped to chat.  At 96, my mom didn't partake in too many of the activities, but she enjoyed Bingo, and loved the Ice Cream Social on Fridays.  The retreat is clean, nicely decorated, and very welcoming.  Kim at the front desk was always helpful whenever we needed something faxed or emailed or copied. Nance was always available and helpful when we needed something taken care of medically, as was Andy.  Heather is just absolutely amazing, always has a smile on her face, and would go out of her way just to give my mom a hug, and spend time with her.  Garrett really helped us out when we needed it. Truly loving and caring staff.  Everyone was always nice to us, no matter what we asked or needed.  I would not hesitate to recommend the Retreat at Sun River to anyone looking for a nice assisted living facility.

May W.
2015-07-22

5.0 rating


The staff treated my grandpa with respect and kept him comfortable. I felt relief with him in their care.

Sadee Lewis
2021-08-01

5.0 rating


Gallivant Seniors
2021-08-01

5.0 rating


It's a beautiful place and the staff here is amazing. They take a lot of time to get to know the residents and they are highly experienced in senior care.

Mike Will (Entertainment for all)
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


Great facility and I have noticed a lot of changes in the past couple of years for the better since placing my dad there almost three years back. I would highly recommend this assisted living. The staff is always willing to help and answer my questions when needed.

Robert Patterson
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


We highly recommend The Retreat at SunRiver. We are so pleased with the care our mother received there. The staff is friendly and caring and we always felt we were a part of their “caregiving family” for our mother.

Shannon Walker
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


The Retreat at Sunriver was amazing during the time my Grandma was with them. Living so far away was difficult but knowing Heather and the staff was watching over her it brought me great comfort.

maliboosu
2020-01-01

5.0 rating


My mom lived at The Retreat at Sun River for the last 3 years of her life. I cannot say enough about this place. The staff was great. Always kind, compassionate, friendly, and really cared about the residents. My mom was very happy there. She liked the food-Jose & Juanita in the kitchen prepared tasty meals, and always stopped to chat. At 96, my mom didn't partake in too many of the activities, but she enjoyed Bingo, and loved the Ice Cream Social on Fridays. The retreat is clean, nicely decorated, and very welcoming. Kim at the front desk was always helpful whenever we needed something faxed or emailed or copied. Nance was always available and helpful when we needed something taken care of medically, as was Andy. Heather is just absolutely amazing, always has a smile on her face, and would go out of her way just to give my mom a hug, and spend time with her. Garrett really helped us out when we needed it. Truly loving and caring staff. Everyone was always nice to us, no matter what we asked or needed. I would not hesitate to recommend the Retreat at Sun River to anyone looking for a nice assisted living facility.

Drake Broadbent
2020-01-01

5.0 rating


As a care provider for a local Homecare & Hospice company, we have clients that live in both facilities The Retreat at Sunriver and the Retreat at Sunbrook. As a care provider, I have a different, yet unique perspective on the facilities and the staff, which goes beyond the homey decor. I have witnessed the time and care the management team takes with their residents. I have personally sat down with the Administrator Garrett, the facility managers, Dustin and Nance, and the Registered Nurse Andy. I have worked with them all to facilitate care my company was providing to our clients. I cannot say enough how impressed I have been, when discussing a residents care, how involved their team has been. They really care about their residents, and want the best for them. I have worked alongside their employees; they are genuine and love the residents they serve. There are quite a few Assisted Living Facilities in St. George, and I have been in most, but very few have that special staff that truly cares for the people they serve!

Patrick Pender
2019-01-01

5.0 rating


Working in an assisted living facility and especially in memory care is a difficult job to say the least.My mother has been in memory care for over 4 years at The Retreat Sunriver. Since I live in STG I visit numerous times per week.Staff turnover- hey, people burn out. This is hard work and they deal with tough, end of life issues etc, I get it. Their work challenges (patients) do not get better, no problems are “solved”, they are dealt with day after day while watching these great people decline.Though the staff often changes, I’m amazed at is their ability to hire new CNA’s that are genuinely interested in their job and in senior care.I know all of the management here and have always found them to be responsive to my concerns. I can contact anyone one of them and they will respond quickly. (One example would be, so & so does not seem to be well-suited for working in memory care… her personal anxiety is making the residents anxious. Staff changes have been made based on this type of feedback)The CNA coordinator used to be a CNA. She always responds to my texts, in fact she contacted me this am about a routine issue. (It’s her day off...)I actually moved my ALZ afflicted mother all the way from Indiana to be in this facility. I could find decent facilities out there, but none with the quality of staff that I see here.The fees for my mother are less than they would’ve been in Indiana and this facility is nicer and the CNA staff is genuinely kind, that is the one thing I could not find anywhere else. Also the management has not gone “corporate”, they are still local and reachable.On any given day my mother gets a hug from the chef when they bring the meals in, a hug or a song from the activities coordinator, sufficient hygiene, a nice room, caring and patient med techs. Love and attention from the memory care CNA’s. When she was mobile she would enjoy the music and dance with the other residents.It’s tough to not hear your mother speak your name for 4+ years, there are a lot of tough issues in this senior care world, but my mother is treated with dignity and love and my concerns are quickly responded to- what more could I expect?We’ve never regretted our decision to bring her here.

Jack Faz
2018-01-01

5.0 rating


Catherine H
2018-01-01

1.0 rating


The good people (employees) end up leaving because they aren't valued and are not treated with respect. Not enough CNAs to meet the needs of the residents. More attention is paid to the aesthetics than to the needs of the residents. It's all a big marketing scheme/scam. They lie to get you to move in, then change the rules. The Administrator is difficult to work with, from the perspective of the employees, the residents and the families of the residents.

Linzee Brown
2018-01-01

1.0 rating


I worked there here for a month. There are so many things wrong with this place.1. They are understaffed for the level of care people need. Consequently, many people’s ADLs are ignored (like oral hygiene for those who are supposedly mostly “independent.”) A resident there who is “independent” was in the same clothes for 3 days because she wasn’t one of the ones who we were supposed to get ready. Many of the residents without a doubt need a higher level of care. Many should be in a skilled nursing facility, but they stay here, and I wonder if making money is a factor in why they don’t transfer them as their condition deteriorates.2. The lack of training is crazy. It was my first time working as a CNA, and on my 4th 4-hour shift they had ME training someone else. I didn’t really get much info on the residents and their history, or what they needed help with.3. The lack of communication is ridiculous. There is no formal method of communication. Since this is an assisted living facility, there is no nurse on night shift to report health concerns to. During a shower I noticed a resident had the beginnings of pressure ulcers as evidenced by dark purple bruising on her lower back and thighs (she was wheelchair bound.) I wrote it in my comments to my manager, but there was nothing done about it or follow-up communication.4. The mis-communication resulted in me not being paid for over 8 hours of work. My manager told me the first day to clock in with my number since my fingerprint hadn’t been registered yet. It said I was clocked in and out every time I put in my number. My first paycheck was for the right amount (I think.) My second paycheck was for exactly 20 Hours (with clocking in and out I KNOW it wasn’t an exact even number of hours.) I was scheduled during that pay period for 28 hours, and stayed late some days. I brought it up to the woman who does payroll. When she looked it up, the clock only showed I worked one 4-hour shift during that pay period. Something wasn’t adding up. Then she registered my fingerprint and showed me how to properly clock in. Who knows how much pay I’m missing? It’s so frustrating I worked for free.5. I worked in the memory care unit. On my last day, someone went home early for being sick. So they put me on the other side with different residents I had never helped before. I had no orientation to their history/abilities and was expected to help them. There was a med tech there, but she had to pass meds and was extremely busy. And there are no Walky- talkies if I needed help. I had to shower a resident that was completely immobile and heavier than I could lift on my own. I had to leave the resident and hunt down the med tech for help three times just to transfer this resident from her chair to the shower, from the shower to her chair, and from her chair to her bed. (Not the med-tech’s fault, just understaffing and lack of easy communication.) I had residents mad at me because I took forever to answer their call lights, when I couldn’t just leave someone I’m currently /dressing/ showering/ helping to go help them. If it were an emergency then those residents would have been in trouble. This was my last day. I left in tears because I was so overwhelmed.6. Certain employees (not all) really try to rush through residents and don’t take the time to do more than the bare minimum. That may be because of the pressure of too much to do. Some other CNAs are great.7. The amount of air freshener use is migraine-inducing. Almost all of the rooms have a glade plug in (or two) and the common areas have the automatic air freshener sprayers. I suppose it is to cut down on the smell of poop and pee. But if you are sensitive to artificial fragrances like me, you don’t want to go there. I would get a terrible headache from being there so long.Sorry for such a long review.. but I hope you get some useful information from this, whether you are planning on working there or putting your loved one there.

Collin Brown
2018-01-01

1.0 rating


This is the worst place to ever work for! I personally haven't worked here but my wife has and she was mistreated and pushed around by them by not paying her for the full hours she worked. Nacy who is one of the managers is a big joke who needs to be fired because of how disorganized and shady she is. For the past shifts my wife had to stay longer than she was scheduled, leaving her by herself to do a lot of work with no help and no training. They didn't properly train her on how to do the jobs they want her to do.This company is the biggest fraud and a joke. I would never ever recommend putting your Love ones in this home or having anyone ever work for them. I will tell everyone that asks to not go here. They are the worst place ever to go to. I wish I could give zero stars for this company.

Yolanda B
2017-01-01

1.0 rating


I applied for a job here quite a few months back, I was hired and my first day of training I went in and sat waiting for a couple hours because no one knew I was even hired. The communication between the staff is horrible. Very unprofessional. On my third day of training I ran into the supervisor and she didn't know who I was or that I got hired. Several of the other CNAS told me that if the supervisor didn't instantly like you she would fire you. One CNA told me that the supervisor got upset with a CNA and was screaming in front of all the residents. The care for the residents was horrible, this place was so understaffed when I started they expected me to do the work of three people. The communication between the staff was so horrible I couldn't work past 4 days. I put in my notice. This place NEEDS some help. I hope anyone with family here realize that are not getting the care they need.

Anymous
2017-01-01

1.0 rating


Upon survey of this facility, was found to be poorly run. Not enough staff to care for the amount of residents in the facility. Employees appeared to be overworked and untrained. Proper cares and transfers are not being managed here. Residents complained of bad food, and also the cleanliness of the building. No housekeeper employed at this time.

Austin Hodges
2017-01-01

5.0 rating


Beautiful facility. Awesome staff.

Darren Jacobson
2016-01-01

5.0 rating


Beautiful facility, good food. I really enjoy the location, right off exit 2 in St George. Staff are friendly and residents seem happy.

Logan Whatcott
2015-01-01

5.0 rating


While I have not had the opportunity to have a family member in this facility (or any facility for that matter), I have worked extensively with their nurses, activity leaders, and management. I can tell you, both on the business and care side, that The Retreat at Sunriver is a great place to live. I would love to be able to live there. I often hear the residents say how much the love the food, the activities and the frequent trips outside the facility.The activity directors work hard to have something for everyone, which includes but is not limited to, Bingo, Walking Challenges, Field Trips, Movies, Music, Trivia, Wii games, Carnivals, Family events, and much more. I would feel very comfortable having my family residing in any of their spacious apartments. They are a great place and friends are made very quickly.

Bus Stops

E 200 N & N 200 E

5.8 miles away

150

7.7 miles away

161

10.0 miles away

Supermarkets

Walmart Supercenter

2.5 miles away

Traders Discount Markets

4.5 miles away

Smith's

5.4 miles away

Harmon's

5.4 miles away

3 Amigos Market

5.7 miles away

Banks

Zions Bank

2.4 miles away

Wells Fargo

2.5 miles away

U.S. Bank

4.5 miles away

Chartway Federal Credit Union

5.6 miles away

Bank of Utah

5.7 miles away

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