Residents in our community have the opportunity to discover stimulating activities, customized programs, generous amenities, and innovative health services.


Sonnet Hill’s dining room provides evolving menus and daily fresh specials in an airy and elegant setting. Service is available 12 hours a day so you can enjoy meals how you want, when you want.

For casual visits, afternoon coffee or small bites, visit Cafe Stanza where we serve Blue Bottle coffee, fresh baked pastries and healthy snacks.


Share movie time or afternoon socials in The Poet’s Den – our state of the art gathering space. Explore your creative side with a Watercolor Class or Circle. Karaoke in the Sonnet Studio. Hide out in the Library Nook where you’ll find amazing books and cozy corners. Outside is a garden walk, vegetable garden, and some social patio spots depending on your mood. Reserve a spot at our full service salon & barber shop. Haircuts, stylings, manicures, pedicures and massage services will keep you looking and feeling your best.


Sonnet Hill features a custom designed courtyards and walking paths to stroll or just get a breath of fresh air. Our fitness center and group classes help our residents stay active and fit with things like seated yoga, morning stretch, guided walks and evening meditation. In addition, we have a nutritionist on staff to help us make the most of our amazing dining program for each resident. We also host a number of guest speakers and medical professionals to come in and share their health and wellness expertise with our community.


Sonnet Hill is fortunate to be in Midtown San Jose in the heart of Silicon Valley. In addition to being a drive away from numerous cultural venues, shopping centers and excellent restaurants – we have every convenience within walking distance of our residence.

Within three blocks alone there is a Post Office, Safeway, Walgreens, Starbucks, Wells Fargo and Chase Bank. In addition there are several delicious food options nearby including Palermo Italian Restaurant on Santana Row.

It was a priority to give our residents’ families access to resources and shops that make visiting easier and more convenient.