First, to see photos of the rooms and property, Google "marriott's maui ocean club" and look at the photos of the two-bedroom villas. They took better photos than we ever could. Thanks.
This area is paradise. One day sit by the pool. Next day walk out another 50 feet and sit on the beach and snorkel the reef with an occasional turtle and schools of tropical fish. Next day hike or bike a volcano or visit a nature park. Next day go surfing or take a lesson. Then go walk downtown Lahina through the art galleries. Go shopping. Watch the crafters on the street carve totems. Buy a tee shirt that you will wear until it dissolves. Buy one with sophomoric humor that you will never wear. Go try to find the Surfing Goat Dairy somewhere around Haleakala. Take the drive to Hana (once). If you think you are young, jump off some waterfalls into deep pools. The whales come in around December. Go see them on a boat or even from shore. Dolphins and flying fish too. Go sailing or deep-sea fishing. Walk down to one of several bars and not have to worry about driving back. Learn scuba. Take a ferry. And eat out every night at a great place, or save a few dollars and grill everything from fish to steak to Costco pizzas. This is the USA, you don't have to worry about the water or the food. Maybe get rained on by a late afternoon shower. See a rainbow or two or three. Read about the weather on the US east coast and laugh at your friends.
And the resort is first class. Maid service mid week. Only conceivable complaint is that the WiFi lazes along at island speed during peak use hours. So go down and hoist a Mai Tai or a Lava Flow. Life is good.
For photos of the rental unit, please Google the Marriott Ocean Club Maui. They have tons of photos of the units and grounds. Thank you.