Enjoy a luxury lifestyle in your golden years at one of Noble Resorts’ retirement estates where prime location and sophisticated resort-style amenities are par for the course
A combination of spectacular locations, timeless architecture premium health and wellness care see independent property development company Noble Resorts spearheading a new approach to retirement. Highlights include beautifully designed homes situated in some of SA’s most pristine and sought-after locations, five star around-the-clock hotel service and top-of-the-range amenities and facilities.
FOCUS ON WELLNESS
According to the Global Wellness Summit’s annual trends report titled The Future of Wellness 2022, senior citizens are the healthiest and most active they have ever been. They don’t want to be defined by their age or be socially segregated because of it. In response to this global trend, Noble Resorts has pioneered health and wellness and entertainment spaces at their estates to encourage an engaged and active lifestyle.
“Residents have access to a fully equipped gym, indoor and outdoor pools, as well as guided exercise classes such as Qigong, Pilates and yoga,” says Noble Resorts CEO and developer Harry Pretorius. “Our luxury spas offer hydro and heat therapies, and a selection of skin care and body treatments. Residents can also make use of dedicated nutritionists and restaurant chefs for individualised dietary plans and healthy food choices.”
AT YOUR SERVICE
Noble Resort residents are discerning homeowners who have lived and travelled well. They are retired or nearing retirement and have either enjoyed lucrative and busy careers or continue to work later in their lives. While enjoying independent living, they may have security or health concerns and want peace of mind should their health needs change.
Most importantly, they want somewhere to continue a life of lock-up and-go convenience with excellent amenities on their doorstep and access to the finer things in life. Noble Resorts meets all these needs. Its unique WELL programmes encourage continued learning through a variety of master classes, which include current affairs, cookery, wine tasting, visits to art galleries, guided hikes and sporting events.
Noble Resorts also has comprehensive on-site medical facilities to ensure as little disruption as possible should residents require assistance. These include a state-of-the-art memory care unit, assisted living units and an on-site clinic managed by Medwell SA. Other facilities include a café, library lounge, cocktail bar, wine room, small event venues, the Harbour Bay yacht club (at their new Harbour Bay estate), 24-hour security, high speed Wi-Fi, pet sitting and pet care services, and a dog park.
To further ensure comfort and security as residents age, Noble Resorts appointed as operations director, hotelier Roy Davies, who has extensive experience running luxury hotels and resorts, including managing the Vineyard Hotel in Newlands, Cape Town. “Just as an all-inclusive holiday resort emanates a sense of luxury and relaxation, so our estates aim to provide personal comfort and easy access to amenities ensuring a lifestyle where everything can be enjoyed effortlessly, from the beautiful environment to the nutrition and wellness facilities, and any of the numerous activities,” says Davies.
PART OF THE FAMILY
While it is an exciting time, one’s later years can also be daunting. The main challenge is dealing with the emotional aspects of downscaling. At Noble Resorts, residents are supported by relevant staff throughout the “move-in” process. This means by the time the residents spend their first night in their new homes, they feel reassured and part of the Noble Resorts family.
Residents have direct access to the client relations director who guides them through their move-in process. The care director and care manager also meet them beforehand with residents each undergoing a health assessment to determine any concerns from the get-go. Led by Davies, the hospitality team are then on hand to meet their everyday needs.
Noble Resorts’ home-transferring and home-exchange programmes allow owners to experience the company’s other distinctive resorts in various locations while still enjoying the same luxury and world-class amenities they would in their own homes. These options offer flexibility on a short, medium or long-term basis and allow members to explore new surroundings.
“There is something special for every lifestyle choice,” says Pretorius. “Far from segregating people in their later years, Noble Resorts celebrates graceful, engaged retirement living by making healthy choices available on-site. This is truly retirement redefined for the discerning homeowner.”
Pretorius’ vision for all their developments – Allesverloren in Riebeeck Valley, Harbour Bay in Simonstown and Robberg Bay in Plettenberg Bay – is to be the market leaders in multigenerational residential estates. “Later life living should be celebrated, and at Noble Resorts we do just that, offering residents peace of mind, convenience and luxury,” he says. Noble Resorts’ Allesverloren is now selling Phase 1, Harbour Bay is under construction and Robberg Bay is launching later this year.
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