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The Watermark at Beverly Hills

Boutique Assisted Living in Beverly Hills

The Watermark at Beverly Hills is a luxury boutique Assisted Living community in the heart of Beverly Hills. Here, you’ll find more than a beautiful, luxurious residence to call your own, because our delivery of care is as unique as our 14 different floor plans. You’ll discover outstanding caregivers and extraordinary care, tailored to your preferences. Whatever you need or want, day or night, we’ll deliver it right to your door. Indulge in all your favorites from 1988 Château d’Yquem to fresh Haricot Verts with our personal shopper and pantry program. Just imagine your favorite boutique hotel, then add extraordinary cuisine, fun events, interesting classes and unsurpassed customized care. At The Watermark at Beverly Hills your experience is unlimited.

With all the amenities and services we offer in our community, you’ll feel like you’re living at your favorite resort in the heart of Beverly Hills. Replace uncertainty, worries and fears for an engaging lifestyle filled with outstanding dining, unsurpassed personal care, a concierge who anticipates your every need and a solution for every concern. From the moment you choose The Watermark at Beverly Hills, you’ll wish you’d done so sooner.

 

Life at Beverly Hills

Polynesian Luau 2016

Thank you to all of the residents, family members, and staff for celebrating with us at our Annual Summer Polynesian Luau! It was a huge success, featuring delicious Polynesian food, island themed drinks, Polynesian beats and dancers, and beautifully decorated island scenery. Besides a great event for residents to enjoy, many families interested in The Watermark were able to visit […]

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Hito Steyerl’s Landmark Video Installation “Factory of the Sun”

Recently our residents visited the MOCA where they presented the U.S. premiere of Hito Steyerl’s landmark video installation Factory of the Sun. Residents found the work to be immersive! Resident Vida G. commented, “Steyerl probes the pleasures of image circulation in a moment defined by the global flow of data.” Ricocheting between genres—news reportage, documentary film, video […]

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Afternoon Tea Party

Thank you for everyone who attended our Afternoon Tea Party. The event was a warm get-together with friends, light snacks, and hot pots of tea. For those who could not attend, at the event, we served a buffet of scrumptious tarts and scones, bite-sized sandwiches, and delicious cookies. We paired the classic cucumber sandwich with flat-leaf parsley, basil, tarragon, and mint for extra […]

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Out and About

Mao to Now at the UCLA Fowler Museum

In 1980 Stephen Verona made his initial trip to China to direct a co-produced American-Chinese film, the first in over forty years. The film crew traveled with Chinese escorts, including an army general, from Shanghai to Suzhou and on to Beijing. Fascinated with all he saw, Verona compulsively photographed people bicycling, architecture, groups practicing Tai […]

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Hito Steyerl’s Landmark Video Installation “Factory of the Sun”

Recently our residents visited the MOCA where they presented the U.S. premiere of Hito Steyerl’s landmark video installation Factory of the Sun. Residents found the work to be immersive! Resident Vida G. commented, “Steyerl probes the pleasures of image circulation in a moment defined by the global flow of data.” Ricocheting between genres—news reportage, documentary film, video […]

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Made in L.A.

As part of an ongoing series, Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only addresses Los Angeles as a center of activity inseparable from the global network of art production and reveals how artists move fluidly between contexts and respond to their local conditions. Subtitled by the minimalist poet and writer Aram Saroyan as his […]

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On Aging

Art Exposed: How to Recognize Great Artists

This course is designed to give residents the opportunity to discover, appreciate, and acquire knowledge of art history through the ages, from the Paleolithic era to contemporary times. Residents will learn to examine and critically analyze major forms of artistic expression from diverse cultures and understand their contributions to the arts. A variety of art media […]

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“Aging in High Heels” Book Signing with Beverlye Hyman Fead

From growing up in the old Beverly Hills, to divorcing and moving to Santa Barbara and making a new life, to being diagnosed with stage IV cancer, author Beverlye Hyman Fead has been through a lot. She found her passion in talking to and inspiring cancer patients, ascribing to the mantra “if I can do this, you can do it too.” She enjoys writing books, […]

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2016 Expressions Art Show Sneak Peek

Thank you to all of our residents who submitted artwork! Dana Gannaway, “The Lighthouse” (2006) oils, color, canvas Words of Wisdom: “Live life with a smile, because tears will always be there.” Gladys Preuss, “Flowers” (1990’s) watercolor Words of Wisdom: “Paint what you like and how you like it.” Norma Satzman, “Untitled” (2006) yarn, beads Words of Wisdom: “One […]

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Reviews

Yelp Review – The Watermark has been the best decision for us.

This is a very nice Assisted Living community. It is bright and clean – the staff are very friendly and there is always multiple activities going on. My dad has a nice apartment on a quiet street. This place is a beautiful apartment building on a quiet residential street. The Wellness Director (Denise) in particular […]

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Yelp Review – Mom is treated like family.

I was referred to this facility by a family friend who had recently placed a family member in this community. My family friend had nothing but amazing things to say about this community, the staff, and the individuals who reside there! I had been looking for a place to move my mother into and Watermark […]

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Yelp Review – Professional, Caring and Devoted to Seniors

I am Beverly Hills native and someone who has worked with seniors for over 6 years. I started off as a sales director at a local retirement community and transitioned into senior placement and real estate. In the past 6 years, I have never come across anyone as professional, yet caring and devoted to seniors […]

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