Destinations, Hotels, Kids

Aulani: Disney’s First Hawaiian Resort

January 15, 2015 by

Aulani

If you’ve always dreamed of visiting Hawaii but the kids want a Disney getaway, Disney’s Aulani Resort provides both. Aulani is Disney’s first resort located in Hawaii on the island of Oahu.

The 21-beachfront-acre resort is conveniently situated about 40 minutes from Waikiki and offers the perfect of blend of the Hawaiian island experience with Disney charm. The total experience is designed to meet the expectations for every age and interest.

Aunty's Beach House

Aunty’s Beach House

The Disney Influence

The Aulani Resort offers fun for the entire family in true Disney fashion. Amenities include things to do for all age groups.

Aunty’s Beach House is a hot spot for toddlers and their parents that include dancing, crafts and cartoons. This is also the place for tweens to hang out while their parents are off having some grownup time elsewhere. The Resort also features interactive programs for kids from learning the Hula to hands-on experiments from Lilo & Stitch’s Professor.

Teens have their own lounge to hang out with others their age. Plus there’s plenty offered for the whole family to enjoy together, from excursions to exploring the stars.

Aulani

Makeover Fun

Luxury Laniwai Spa

The 18,000-square-foot onsite Laniwai Spa features a large menu of customizable spa packages including couples’ massages, treatments for men or women, and a host of unique therapies ready to indulge. And Spa treatments are also extended to tweens and older kids for their sense of indulgence.

For a total relaxation experience, the Spa also features the Kula Wai (Fresh Water Heaven), the only outdoor hydrotherapy garden on Oahu.

Salon services are also available to get your hair and nails done, and kids 3 and up can enjoy a magical makeover. Many of the Aulani Resort activities are included in your stay but some may entail a fee such as the makeover. Plus for activities like the popular Disney Character Breakfast you’ll want to be sure to make reservations to guarantee your family won’t be disappointed.

For more information on all there is to do and see, be sure to check their website.

Photo credits: Darryl Kinson



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  1. Julie C. says:

    It doesn’t look like it’s “full-on” Disney branded and I’m not sure if that’s a relief or a letdown. Depends on your POV.


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