The magic that is Disney Aulani Resort.
This year we took a magical trip to Disney’s Aulani resort on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu. Disney Aulani resort is found at Ko Olina about an hour from Honolulu on the north-west coast of Oahu.
Aulani is unmistakably Disney, whilst the decor would be 90% Hawaiian inspired and 10% classic Disney, the service, the little extra’s is what lets you know you are at a Disney resort.
From the minute you arrive, you are transported into the magical world of Disney. From Hidden Mickeys located throughout the resort, opportunities to meet your favourite Disney characters and get their autographs, Disney merchandise and other classic Disney treats.
What makes Disney Aulani so special.
Disney Aulani Resort has so many amazing elements to it. There is a fantastic spa, a teen spa, character breakfasts. Multiple pools, including an adults-only pool, Keiki Cove Splash zone, Menehune bridge (Water area for the youngest in your family). Rainbow reef where you can snorkel with gorgeous fish away from the elements. Waikolohe stream where you can float down the stream on the individual or double tubes, that also has two amazing waterslides, and spas. There are shows and Lu’au’s, Firepit storytelling, Disney movie nights out under the stars. An adventure trail, photography courses. Aunties beach house a fantastic complimentary supervised activities club for guests aged 3 to 12. As well as Premium activities for the children that including Character Meet and greets, and so much more.
Not to mention the amazing beach at Ko Olina Lagoon, with its breathtaking blue water, its clean sand, it’s comfortable beach chairs and umbrellas. A great place to grab some snorkel gear, sand toys or boogie boards and swim in the Pacific Ocean.
There is a great selection of dining options. Buffet, table service, Room service, Lounges and Bars and Quick take away options. There is also a selection of meals available in their shop. The ABC Store the Island Country Market is also only a quick stroll away.
Disney Aulani it’s well worth a visit.