Enjoy the independent, supported lifestyle you deserve in a welcoming, recently refreshed residence on the North Shore.
Chartwell Kamloops is a contemporary retirement residence on the North Shore with a traditional, warm atmosphere and modern décor that makes all feel welcome. We offer independent living for active seniors who require minimal assistance beyond delicious meals, household services and the availability of engaging activities and outings, as well as assisted living services.
Our well-established retirement community is known for our strong local reputation, long-standing staff, and excellence in care. In fact, for individuals who require daily personal support, we have professionally certified and experienced staff on hand 24/7 to provide on-site home care support.
An inclusive, social setting
We’re proud of the inviting and warm atmosphere that our staff and residents have fostered in our retirement community. Here you get a sense of family, as we’re a close-knit, down-to-earth group who’ve formed relationships with one another built on respect and trust. That trust is important to our residents, especially for those who need daily personal assistance in order to maintain their independence and comfort.
Modern renovations and comfortable living space
Recently refreshed, you’ll find our retirement home feels bright, airy, and comfortable. Here, you can choose from spacious, well-appointed studio, one-, one-plus-den and two-bedroom suites. When you’re not relaxing in your private accommodations, you can take advantage of a host of modern amenities, including a fitness room, library, and movie theatre, among many others. You’ll often find our residents socializing over a cup of coffee or tea in our lively bistro too!
The dining experience
At Chartwell Kamloops, we want you to lead the comfortable, worry-free lifestyle that you deserve in your retirement years. That’s why we offer a diversified menu to make your life better, including delicious and wholesome chef-prepared meals in our well-appointed dining room. We also have a lively bistro where you can enjoy a beverage and freshly prepared snacks, a country kitchen you can book for special celebrations, and a private dining room for catered meals with family.
Activities and amenities
Our independent living and assisted living retirement community is a vibrant, comfortable place to call home offering a variety of optional activities and outings. Consider joining us for our Rhythm ‘N’ Moves exercise program, an art class, billiards, crafts, live entertainment, guest speaker presentations, films, a glass of wine or cocktail in the bistro, or a fun outing to shops, restaurants, or event downtown. You choose how you spend each day with us, and there is always something interesting on offer if you feel like socializing, pursuing a hobby or trying something new.
A selection of inviting suites
Starting from $2,996/month
At Chartwell Kamloops, we have a wide range of suite plans for you to explore. These include studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom-plus-den and two-bedroom layouts in a retirement residence with a traditional, warm atmosphere and modern décor.
Senior living in Kamloops
Located on Tranquille Road on the North Shore, our retirement residence is close to North Hill Shopping Centre and a 10-minute drive from downtown Kamloops. You have easy access to a variety of restaurants, shops, art galleries, concerts, plays, and other cultural attractions, Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops Museum and Archives, and the many sporting events across the city. We offer indoor parking spots for residents who drive and transportation services to take you downtown and around the city.
Things to do in Kamloops
Kamloops is a beautiful city located at the crossroads of the Coquihalla, Yellowhead and Trans-Canada Highways in the Thompson Valley, surrounded by lush parklands, rolling hills and the Coast Mountains. It’s a wonderful place to call home, not only because of its spectacular natural setting, desert-like climate, and proximity to 100 lakes, but its many local attractions. If you’re moving to a Kamloops retirement residence, you can visit art galleries, attend concerts, plays, and the Kamloops Film Festival, and cheer on athletes at more than 100 sporting tournaments held each year. Kamloops has 82 parks and the highest number of golf courses per capita in Canada. Don’t forget popular attractions like the award-winning wineries and craft breweries, BC Wildlife Park, the Adams River Sockeye Salmon Run, the Kamloops Heritage Railway, Tournament Capital Ranch, Kamloops Comedy Fest, Kamloops Rotary Ribfest, and the Secwepeme Museum.
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.