Lead an independent lifestyle with the support you desire in a family-oriented West Edmonton neighbourhood.
Recently refreshed in 2021, Chartwell Hawthorn is a well-established retirement residence in Glastonbury boasting stately Georgian architecture and curb-appeal in an already beautiful neighbourhood, characterized by parks, picturesque ponds, schools, and places of worship. A tranquil location due to our natural surroundings, we are also nearby a variety of local amenities, including banks, grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and coffee shops that are within an easy 10-minute walk of the retirement community.
All-inclusive retirement living
The independent lifestyle at Chartwell Hawthorn is designed to provide you with the support you desire in order to lead an active and fulfilling retirement created on your own terms. Our all-inclusive package provides true value, as it includes three delicious and nutritious meals a day, housekeeping, a wide variety of social and leisure experiences, off-site excursions with our transportation services and bus, and staff on-site 24/7 to support you. These convenient services are designed to empower you to spend your days worry-free so you can lead your retirement years exactly how you’d like to.
Comfort, leisure, and social enrichment
Here, we offer a choice of spacious studios, one-bedroom and large two-bedroom suites—most with balconies—where you can relax and unwind after a day spent enjoying friends, hobby, or fitness experiences or exploring the neighbourhood. We also have a selection of open-concept, easily accessible amenities onsite that serve as an extension of your private living space, including a 24-hour bistro, billiards, large multi-purpose room, country kitchen for culinary demonstrations and personal baking or cooking, and a bright lounge area on our main floor. You’ll also enjoy the expansive green space while strolling on our walking path surrounding the building.
The dining experience
At Chartwell Hawthorn, you can enjoy three delicious meals each day that are part of a healthy, worry-free retirement lifestyle. We offer a diversified menu of tasty and nutritious meals served by warm, welcoming staff in our dining room. We also have a bistro for you to enjoy a coffee and freshly prepared snacks, and a country kitchen for culinary demonstrations and personal baking or cooking.
Activities and amenities
Our lively retirement residence is set in a neighbourhood with lovely parks and picturesque ponds, giving us that at-home feel not only because of our welcoming residents and staff, but the many optional activities we offer. Consider joining us for a stretch and relaxation class, gardening, book chat, Rhythm ‘N’ Moves exercise class, live entertainment, billiards, bridge or crafts, themed dinners, or fun outing to restaurants, shops, and parks. You decide what you want to do each day, and there is always something interesting going on whether you like socializing with friends, being physically active, or stimulating your mind.
A selection of inviting suites
Starting from $2,200/month
At Chartwell Hawthorn, we have a wide range of pet-friendly suite plans for you to explore. These include spacious studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom-plus-den and two-bedroom layouts, all featuring kitchenettes, and many have balconies. Choose the right style and size to suite your unique needs and budget!
Senior living in Edmonton
Located on 199th Street in the Glastonbury neighbourhood in West Edmonton, our intimate, recently refreshed retirement residence is situated in a tranquil setting with beautiful parks and picturesque ponds. It is also close to local amenities including grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, coffee shops, banks, a casino, places of worship, and medical clinics. We offer reserved outdoor parking and transportation services for appointments, shopping and fun outings to arts, cultural and sporting attractions.
Things to do in Edmonton
Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta, situated on the North Saskatchewan River with its spectacular river valley, and boasting the longest stretch of connected urban parkland in North America. This northern city is a wonderful place to call home not only because of its natural scenery, but vibrant arts, cultural, educational, recreational, and sporting attractions. Fort Edmonton Park is Canada’s largest living history museum and the popular Whyte Avenue strip with its independent stores, bars, and theatres has the city’s highest number of heritage buildings. While K-Days is the biggest summer event, downtown Edmonton’s Winston Churchill Square hosts numerous festivals through the prairie summer. The city is also known for West Edmonton Mall, University of Alberta, and the Edmonton Oilers, led by hockey superstar Connor McDavid. Don’t forget popular attractions like the Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Royal Alberta Museum, Elk Island Park, Citadel Theatre, Alberta Aviation Museum, Muttart Conservatory, and the Alberta Legislature Building.
Shopping for retirement homes?
There are many important factors to consider when trying to find the best retirement community for yourself or a loved one. Practical considerations like location, cost and the right support or care services for your unique needs, emotional considerations like how the residence made you feel and your interactions with staff, and so much more. Read our helpful guide today for questions to ask during a tour, topics to discuss with family, and how to make a decision you can feel confident in.