West Maui spans a 16-mile coastline through the towns of Olowalu, Lāhainā, Kā’anapali, Honokōwai, Kahana, Nāpili and Kapalua. Each has its own unique sense of place with unique things to see and do. Chase ‘N Rainbows offers an array of vacation rentals at Maui condo resorts throughout the towns of West Maui.
Families seeking luxury will be thrilled to indulge at the Honua Kai Resort & Spa for a Maui vacation villa experience with hotel resort amenities. For those seeking budget vacation condos, there are several options in low rise walk-ups in Honokōwai. Choose one of our resorts in Lāhainā and you’ll be in walking distance of all the action and activity. Those seeking a quieter vacation may choose a vacation condo in the upscale neighborhood of Kahana. Browse our towns, the resorts and select the vacation rental that’s right for you.
Journey along the picturesque Lower Honoapi‘ilani Road where you’ll feel the neighborhood vibe of Honokōwai in low-rise condominium complexes. It’s a short jaunt to the calm Honokōwai Beach Park for ocean and sunset views with neighborhood grocers, famers markets and small local stores.View Honokōwai Rentals
Kā‘anapali Beach Resort features luxury beachfront hotels and condo resorts, sprawling golf fairways, myriad restaurants and lū‘au dinner shows, the Whaler’s Shopping Village, a 5.5-mile, paved Kā‘anapali Beach Walk, and the sunset cliff diving experience at Pu‘u Keka‘a (Black Point).View Kā‘anapali Rentals
North of Kā‘anapali are some popular and beloved beachfront condo resorts, offering the allure of beach front locations with fantastic snorkeling and less crowds. These North Kā‘anapali condo resorts feature swimming pools, restaurants, small shops and convenient proximity to grocery stores and farmer’s markets to stock your condo.View North Kā‘anapali Rentals
Kahana is a beachfront community where both residents and visitors live and play. It’s where you’ll find the original Maui Brewing Company at the Kahana Gateway Shopping Center, neighborhood grocers and local businesses.View Kahana Rentals
The seaside port town of Lāhainā is designated a National Historic District with a history as the capitol of the Hawaiian Kingdom. It became a settlement for missionaries and a hub for the whaling industry. Today it is a bustling little town with Hawaiian cultural sites and historic buildings that house museums, restaurants, souvenir shops and art galleries.View Lāhainā Rentals