Enjoy an exceptional retirement lifestyle centered on convenience, culture, and the comfort of family.
Chartwell Wescott is an upscale retirement community offering independent living and memory care services that reflects the growing neighbourhood it calls home. Our convenient location in Ambleside, an area in the Windermere neighbourhood of south Edmonton, provides easy access to a variety of local amenities—from grocery stores, coffee shops, golf courses and restaurants to shopping and movie theatres.
Where families come together
One of the many reasons our residents enjoy our attractive residential area is that their children and grandchildren call it home too. We’ve embraced our intergenerational neighbourhood by offering on-site amenities that celebrate being close to family, including a kid’s zone where young family members can play during visits, a demonstration kitchen where you can bake a treasured family recipe together, and a private dining room that can be booked for special family events.
Culture, convenience and leisure
Chartwell Wescott provides a variety of well-appointed amenities—from an art studio and pool to a yoga room and dog wash spa. When you aren’t leafing through a book in our cozy lounge or getting your hair or nails done in our salon, you may find yourself enjoying a delicious meal in the dining room or a cup of coffee in our bistro. We also offer social, leisure, and entertainment experiences that you can choose to participate in at will. And another unique aspect of life in our home? We offer chauffeur services in our luxury town car that you can book for appointments and shopping, as well as a grocery delivery service. Home care support is also available through Alberta Health Services.
The dining experience
At Chartwell Wescott, you can look forward to enjoying tasty, nutritious meals that are part of a healthy, worry-free retirement lifestyle. We offer a diversified menu, including delicious chef-prepared meals served by friendly staff in our dining room. We also have a bistro to enjoy a coffee with freshly prepared snacks, a country demonstration kitchen where you can bake treasured family recipes with visiting grandchildren, and a private dining room for catered meals with your family and friends.
Activities and amenities
Our upscale, uniquely designed retirement residence is a lively, comfortable place that feels like home not only because of our welcoming residents and staff, but the many optional activities we offer. Consider joining us for a yoga class, spa treatment, Rhythm ‘n’ Moves exercise program, painting in the art studio, billiards, bridge or hearts, guest speaker presentations, book discussions, live entertainment, or fun outings to restaurants, shops, sporting events, concerts and plays in the old Strathcona district or downtown Edmonton. You decide what you want to do each day, and there is always something interesting happening whether you like being physically active, socializing, expressing yourself creatively, or stimulating your mind.
A selection of inviting suites
PROMO starting from $2,930/month
At Chartwell Wescott, we have a wide range of pet-friendly suite plans for you to explore. These include beautiful studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom-plus-den and two-bedroom layouts featuring kitchenettes and most with private balconies. We also offer outdoor parking and chauffeured car services.
Senior living in Edmonton
Located on Allen Drive in the Windermere neighbourhood of southwest Edmonton, our upscale retirement residence features inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie School of Design in an open-concept atmosphere filled with natural light. We’re close to a variety of local amenities, including grocery stores, restaurants, cafés, shops, golf courses and movie theatres. We offer outdoor parking for residents who drive and chauffeur services in our luxury town car for appointments, shopping, and grocery delivery service.
Things to do in Edmonton
Edmonton is Alberta’s capital city, known as the Gateway to the North and situated on the majestic North Saskatchewan River, with a population of over one million people. It’s a wonderful place to call home, not only because of its spectacular river valley—the longest stretch of connected urban parkland in North America—but its vibrant arts, cultural, educational, recreational, and sporting attractions. The Old Strathcona district includes numerous theatres, the city’s largest indoor farmer’s market, and many independent stores, bars, and restaurants along Whyte Avenue. The city is also home to University of Alberta, McEwan University, West Edmonton Mall, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, and the Edmonton Oilers. Don’t forget popular attractions like the Royal Alberta Museum, Citadel Theatre, Telephone Historical Centre, Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Elk Island Park, K-Days, Muttart Conservatory, Alberta Legislature Building, and TD Edmonton International Jazz Festival.
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..