Located in the heart of beautiful downtown Long Beach, Ca.

You’ll find everything you need to live a great life at Regency Palms Long Beach. Enjoy the comfort and convenience of a community designed to meet your needs. An engaged and dedicated staff that treats you like a valued family member. A place where all the chores are taken care of, leaving you free to spend your time doing the things you please. A true home where you know, no matter how your health needs change, you will always be surrounded by caring, loving hands. You’ll find so many reasons to say WOW! every day as a resident of Regency Palms Long Beach.
  • Private or companion accommodations available
  • On-site beauty salon and barber shop for pampering
  • Regular housekeeping and linen services available, including daily bed-making and trash removal
  • Three delicious meals served daily in our restaurant-style dining room (with special diets accommodated as needed)
  • In-house Home Care Services
  • Maintenance-free living, with building and grounds upkeep included
  • Assistance with the tasks of daily living, including helping with medication assistance, dressing, bathing and more
  • A comprehensive and full roster of activities, programs and social opportunities
  • Rooftop Terrace with 360° ocean and city views” and “Fitness Studio and Physical Therapy Suite
  • And so much more!

Downtown Long Beach offers residents a particularly unique characteristic: a lifestyle where urban living meets the waterfront. From many local attractions offering the best amenities south of LA to the city’s most bike-friendly and walkable neighborhood, Downtown Long Beach takes livability to the level that only Long Beach can offer. Right off the iconic Pine Ave is a variety of restaurants to meet everyone’s pallet and the beautiful Shoreline Village offers a variety of activities, shopping experiences and seafood options for the seafood lover. Come see what downtown Long Beach has to offer!

 

Queen Mary is a permanent staple for this beautiful beach town, as a tourist attraction, hotel, restaurant, museum and event facility in Long Beach with many different events throughout the year for families and others alike!

From 1983 to 1993, Howard Hughes’ plane Spruce Goose, was located in a large dome nearby. The dome was later repurposed as a soundstage for film and television. The structure is now used by Carnival Cruise Lines as a ship terminal, as a venue for the Long Beach Derby Gals roller derby team and as an event venue.

We’ve been there. We understand.

Everything we do is driven by our universal mission: to enhance the lives of aging adults and their families.