A new care home set to open up in Hillingdon next year will provide full-time care for 58 elderly people and create 70 jobs.
Construction on the development, Ryefield Court, is set to begin in September and will open to residents in the autumn of 2015.
The home in Ryefield Avenue, Hillingdon, will care for people with dementia and also provide residents with a private dining room, bistro, library and spa.
The Berkley Care Group home will create around 70 jobs for borough people.
Managing director Seamus Halton said: "Non-resident locals, family and friends will be encouraged to join Ryefield Court residents for events such as wine tastings, musical entertainment, gardening events, fine dining occasions, or simply for a cup of coffee or a drink at the bar.
"The Ryefield Court facilities will also be available to non-residents on a day care basis which involves pick up and drop off from home, breakfast, lunch, dinner, use of all the facilities, and involvement in as many of the activities as temporary residents choose.
"This is a great option for the elderly who simply want a bit of a break from looking after themselves, and some social interaction; or help for carers who want or need a respite from their responsibilities," he said.
A new care provider recently launched in Ruislip to give at-home care to people across the borough.
The Ryefield Court care home will have large rooms with en-suite facilities, spacious lounges and landscaped gardens.
Residents will pay a single weekly all-inclusive fee which includes a drink at the bar, a shampoo and set or a massage and the chance to join in a trip to the seaside.
To find out more and register your interest in living and working at Ryefield Court visit the website www.berkleycaregroup.co.uk