What if we took the things that make a hotel stay enjoyable and designed an end of life facility around those?
The hotel industry is focused at making your experience as pleasant as possible. When you are done with your stay at a hotel you get a bill that normally is more or less is within what you expected based on what you budgeted when you started.
Hospitals are focused on keeping you alive as efficiently as possible. No frills, a lot of experts and technology readily available. When you are done with a hospital stay you are aghast with a bill full of overhead costs and services you never saw or used.
An end of life facility would have nice room and amenities designed to keep you and your loved ones comfortable. You can do without some of the expensive stuff like pools. But you will have a staff focused on the people and the experience. From the hospital side, you would just take the basics: special bed, I.V., some basic hospital equipment to track your vitals.
You would check in to a room with a standard rate, people would be able to come and go as they please. People would have access to room service (including alcohol), Wifi, Cable, you could listed to your music, comfortable beds for guests. There would be nurses and some house specialists making sure you pass your last days as comfortably as possible. There would be prices for all extras and you would know at any time what your bill is.
Taking it a step further, if legislation would allow, they could provide assisted suicide and Euthanasia. They could also provide medical/recreational marijuana.
There would probably be limitations for people with infectious diseases but there should be a way to manage it.
Bottom line, the idea is to change the mindset of the place for it to focus on making your stay as comfortable and stress-free as possible.