At this time, The Bristal communities are not allowing any visitors as a precaution to help protect residents and staff. However, we would still love to connect with you and take you on a virtual tour of our community. Simply fill out the schedule a visit form as usual and select a date and time that works best for you. For now, we’ll connect online, walk you through our beautiful common spaces, and answer any questions you may have about life at The Bristal. We look forward to “meeting” you soon!
The Bristal Assisted Living at Woodcliff Lake is unique, not only because of the high-end luxury lifestyle it brings to retirement living in New Jersey, but also due to the top-quality senior care and activities residents find here. There are endless opportunities for learning, sharing, bonding, and growing that all are welcome to experience.
Our highly skilled staff ensures that every resident has the comforts they need to feel at home, no matter whether they live in apartments for assisted living or in our Reflections neighborhood for specialized memory care. We work hard every day to create an atmosphere of fun, involvement, safety, and familiarity — because we believe home is not just a place, it’s a feeling.
Life at The Bristal at Woodcliff Lake means you’ll be surrounded each day by a beautiful rural setting in Bergen County, northern New Jersey, that’s just 40 minutes outside of New York City. You’ll find tranquil lakes, quiet parks, and rolling wooded hills nearby. There are local shopping and other conveniences close at hand, along with numerous cultural and commercial centers. Major transportation arteries are easily accessible, like The Garden State Parkway, The Palisades Parkway, and the Tappan Zee Bridge. The Bristal at Woodcliff Lake is only minutes from the Paramus Mall — and just a short scenic drive from Manhattan.
- Stepping Back in Time in Woodcliff Lake
The Bristal at Woodcliff Lake decided to travel back in time as a part of their anniversary event. Residents and staff attended a program highlighting the history and growth of the town of Woodcliff Lake. We had Carol, our resident council […]
- Face Masks, King Cake and All That Jazz in Woodcliff Lake!
Residents at The Bristal at Woodcliff Lake celebrated Fat Tuesday with a festive Mardi Gras party. Everyone had fun making colorful masks to wear, while enjoying slices of traditional King Cake. Listening to jazz music and visiting with friends made […]