58 senior apartments in Hawaii
There are a total of 58 senior housing options in Hawaii. Some people may refer to them as Hawaii senior apartments or Hawaii 55+ apartments while others may think of them as Hawaii senior living communities. Costs for senior housing vary in Hawaii, depending on how luxurious the apartment complex / senior community is, as well as what area the apartments are located in. Senior living complexes in Hawaii may include both independent living apartments without any additional services, as well as assisted living apartments that help Hawaii residents with daily living activities. There are both low-income or income based and other apartments for seniors in Hawaii. Older adult apartments in Hawaii may also be part of larger Hawaii continuing care facilities. Many senior living apartments in Hawaii are pet friendly. If you are wondering, how do I find senior apartments near me in Hawaii, please use our Hawaii senior housing locator above or browse by city / county below.
You may have always dreamed about visiting Hawaii, perhaps even done so in the past, but have you ever considered retiring there? Hawaii tends to jump out more as a tourist destination than an actual residence, however, for some seniors they call one of the eight primary Hawaii islands their home year-round.
Senior living in Hawaii is spread across the islands of Hawaii, Maui, O’ahu, Mokoa’i, Ni’ihau, Kaua’i, Lanai and Kahoolawe. Most of the islands are more familiar and popular with natives, though the islands of Hawaii, Maui and Oahu have expanded to be friendlier towards the rest of the U.S.
The vast majority of Hawaii senior housing is located near the water as inland Hawaii is notoriously more rural and rustic. As a result, you can expect wonderful views of the Pacific, sandy beaches and volcanic scenery that rivals nothing like you have ever seen in the world. Hawaii senior housing is phenomenal, but unfortunately there is not a lot of variety as the islands are small to begin with and do not offer a ton of different senior apartments or condos for rent.
The Big Island is your best bet if you are looking to relocate to Hawaii from the continental United States. Not only is there more variety here when it comes to senior living, but the rates are more reasonable.
Affordable senior housing in Hawaii ranges from $2,000 to $2,500 per month. Low income senior apartments are more expensive in Hawaii than the national average though the more luxurious units (averaging around $3,000 per month) are cheaper than some of the higher end senior complexes you would find in California, Florida and Texas.
Waikoloa Village, Hilo, Hawaiian Paradise Park, Wailea, East Honolulu, Kula, Aiea and Laie are considered the best areas to live in Hawaii and some of the premier 55+ and 62+ independent living communities are located here. Expect to pay more but feel like you live in paradise for the rest of your life!
Hawaii has one of the most diverse natures in the world. Plenty of it is coastal, with some of the most beloved beaches and waves in the world. You may be a little past the days of surfing, yet that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the sights and people-watching. Rest assured the rest of your family will want to visit you, and visit often as Hawaii is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the world.
Aside from senior housing costs, Hawaii islands are generally more expensive in terms of food, fuel and other common goods. This is because of the high shipping costs to get commodities to the islands. If you plan to retire here, you will want to budget accordingly.
Check with senior apartments for rent in Hawaii to discover which places may be pet-friendly. A few decades ago, senior living complexes rarely allowed pets. However, most senior facilities have changed their policies.
Hawaii is a place to get culture like no other, with delicious local food and customs that will leave a lasting imprint. Rest assured, you will never get bored living here as there is always something to do!
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
Additional senior living options in Hawaii:Assisted Living in Hawaii Nursing Homes in Hawaii Dementia Care in Hawaii
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