We have many privately owned Valley Isle Resort Vacation Rental Condos.
Our resort is in lovely Kahana, a part of Lahaina. Maui is the best island, and the West Coast of Maui is the best part of Maui. We are right in the middle of Maui's West Coast.
We have many amenities such as our heated pool and barbecue area.
When you contact an owner, know they own one or several of the condos in our resort and can refer you to other owners. Also, know that each condo is different and run differently. So make sure you get photo's of the condo you would like.
Also, occasionally this site says we do not have availability. More than likely we most certainly do have availability. Just Google "Valley Isle Resort" and you'll see many of us who have open condos and contact us individually. Valley Isle Resort is used by other companies to get your attention and then they send you to a different page saying we do not have openings.
We chose this location because of the view from the balcony and we weren't disappointed. We selected #509 and were very happy with the comfort of the furniture and bed. The condo was clean and very well stocked with everything you will need. The owner was very responsive and helpful with our concerns about arriving in Maui during the pandemic. Parking can be a bit of a challenge when you arrive late at night. Shopping is very near to this condo and I highly recommend the pizzeria across the street. We would defiantly stay there again.
This place is good for the price. The “service” number we were provided with to ask any questions we might have during our stay did not help in any way however - which was annoying at times considering they made it seem like they were ready and willing to help. For example, it took us 3 days to get an answer as to where the laundry room is. Pool is nothing exciting and is kind of embarrassing compared to the next door pool at the other complex.
We decided to check out this WorldMark property as I am currently working as a travel RN here at the hospital. The furnishing are similar to that of a low economy hotel. The window cranks were broken in the spare room. The screen door on the balcony kept falling off. The linens are rough and the carpet smells old and musty. We also experienced a 5 hour power outage and there were no flashlights in the bedroom drawers. What's great about Worldmark is all units are relatively the same. This unit lacked in all categories except location. The worst part is we brought our service dog. The front desk clerk left us a message stating the manager claims he saw us allow her to defecate on the lawn and not pick it up. This was absolutely not true. We carry bags on her leash and always pick up. My assumption is the Mgr saw HER urinating in a squatting position. When we tried to talk to him he refused to speak with us. Instead he had the front desk clerk tell us he would communicate through Worldmark. We have been owners since the 1990's. We have never had this kind of experience and we have stayed at many properties throughout the US. Do not visit this property if you have a service dog. We were also harassed daily for having a service dog by the tenant in room 109. She made several comments stating Lexie was not even a real service dog. She further went on to tell us she is an owner here and we should leave. Service dogs alert their owners by way of pawing, jumping and barking to get their attention. Because of her hostile behavior she continued to bark. This was one of the worst experiences in a Worldmark. I would recommend using the RCI exchange and staying somewhere else in Lahaina. Or head down to Worldmark Kihei instead.…
WORLDMARK owns only (6) 6BR units here, 203, 503, 603, 803, 903, 1003. The higher the better; Views are better. Call the day before to ask if you can find out which room you might end up with. ..........,.............
Great location right on the beach but the beach has eroded and now is lined with sandbags. The unit where we stayed was located right at the elevator which made it very noisy and there was no air-conditioning .