Status of Projects at The Valley Isle Resort

Updated August 2021

Health Club Fire Rebuild

This project is essentially complete. The following link is to the latest video showing the newly completed construction (formerly the health club, the lobby and the upgrated grounds).

Shoreline Erosion
Since the winter of 2015-2016 Hawaii has experienced record high surf conditions mostly during winter months, and as a result the Resort experienced severe shoreline erosion, as did many beaches on Maui and throughout all of Hawaii. Large sand bags have been placed on the beaches of the resorts on Kahana Bay to protect the shoreline and adjacent buildings.

For much of the year the sand returns and covers all but the top layers of the sandbags, allowing for a walk on the beach, beach activites or just relaxing with a good book. However, winter currents, storms and high surf can take away the sand leaving little or no beach in front of the building at times. (However, the beach just to our south at the Sands of Kahana is better protected and can still be accessed and enjoyed by our guests.)

Following are live pictures of the current beach at the resort. These pictures are refreshed every 5 minutes.

Valley Isle Beach and south to Sands of Kahana

In front of the Valley Isle Resort

Below are also pictures that show the status of the sandbagged shoreline at varying times of the year with a beautiful wide beach and also what you may expect during the winter months or stormier times during the year.

We are currently working with the other resorts along Kahana Bay, Maui County and the state of Hawaii to arrive at a long-term solution that will both protect our buildings and also replenish and preserve our beach so that we will again have a year-around sand beach.

Taken 02-07-18

Taken 8-01-18

Taken 5-21-19: South End of Beach

Taken 09-01-19: Looking North