Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Kapolei, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa guests have access to room service and a concierge. You can also enjoy a pool and breakfast. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa In Hawai`i Hotel.
Close to some of Kapolei's most popular landmarks, such as Ihilani Spa (0.1 mi) and Ko Olina Marina (0.7 mi), Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including My Cafe, UlU Café, and Kalapawai Cafe & Deli, all of which are a short distance from Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa In Hawai`i Hotel.
Best of all, Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa makes it easy to experience some great Kapolei attractions like Naval Air Museum Barbers Point, which is a popular military museum.
Enjoy your stay in Kapolei!
Best family vacation ever! It’s pricey but everything in Hawaii is compared to other states. Loved the surrounding restaurants, the people and the staff. The cafeteria and restaurants inside Aulani are good but not great. Most of them require a reservation.
Stayed at 3 hotels during this Hawaiin vacation. 3rd and last stop, Aulani. Nice drive out to the resort. My only complaint is that they did not have a ginormous Christmas tree at the results and ama ama was close, guess 2 complaints. Now for the rest of it, we had a wonderful time at the resort. Bell services/valet met us on the driveway. Room was not ready yet but we were able to use the rest of the resort and pool area. Used the time to check out the resort, pool and beach area. Even had time to tour a 3 bedroom grand villa, it was amazing. We got a studio room on the 11th floor facing the lazy river and pool, good view of the ocean too. Room was clean and ac cold and bed was good. Pull out sofa bed was comfortable was well. Linens for the pull out was sealed with a zip tie lock. Mini kitchenette in the room, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, some plastic utensils. Pools opened at 8 everyday. Got food at Ulu cafe every morning, food was good they open at 7a. Try the spam and eggs and fried rice, and get the acai bowl too. Had poolside food as well, it was good, try the cauliflower croquettes. Most restaurants have qr codes for their menu. Have soem shave ice as well. Makahiki was good, pricey though. Relaxed at the pool most days and lazy river was fun. Thinking of just staying here the whole time when we come back. Enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back, by the way Mickey and Daisy makes an appearance.…
I am from Sydney and recently stayed at the Aulani Disney resort over the Martin Luther King long weekend and checked out Jan 20th. The hotel is pretty expensive but within reason given the location. I travel light and was permitted only 7 kgs of carry on luggage however there was always room for my favourite movie No Retreat No Surrender, which you may have seen. No Retreat No Surrender is a classic made in 1986 which is about a Bruce Lee fan called Jason Stillwell played by Kurt McKinney, who trains martial arts at his fathers dojo in Los Angeles called Sherman Oaks Karate. A crime syndicate (Van Damme) is trying to take over the dojo and although Jason's father is a black belt, he's not a huge fan of fighting so the Stillwells decide to leave LA. They move to Seattle where they encounter the same problems and Jason is continually being beaten up, similar to Daniel Laruso in the Karate Kid. Like Daniel, Jason seeks help to become a better fighter and one night, the ghost of Bruce Lee appears and teaches Jason everything he needs to know, for self defence only of course hihihihihihi. Jason takes on the Van Damme in the final scene to finish off not only the greatest martial arts movie ever made, but arguably one of the greatest movies ever made (Followed by Kickboxer 1, Wrong Bet/Lion Heart, Bloodsport and Kickboxer 2, Best of the Best and King of Kickboxers). I was extremely excited when I discovered the Aulani provided DVD capabilities in the room. We landed in Honolulu at 6:30am and arrived at the Aulani 3 hours later. I was hopeful and had my fingers crossed a room would be available so we could watch No Retreat No Surrender, however this wasn't the case. I was disappointed that there wasn't a movie room where you could play your movie whilst waiting for the room to be made. This could be an area of improvement for the hotel. Our room was finally ready somewhere around noon which was a relief and the excitement levels were back! Not long after entering the room, I noticed there was no DVD player but a Blu-ray player. I wasn't quite sure how I felt about this, I was actually beginning to be a little nervous. Although I am 42 years of age and have watched No Retreat No Surrender on average once a week, usually Monday nights or if I'm on a date, I started to ask myself - What if the movie doesn't work? What if the region settings are locked? What if I don't get to watch my favourite movie? There was only one way to find out. I placed the disc into the Blu-ray player and after a few flashing lights and selecting the right input mode on the TV, the NRNS logo appeared. What a relief. Soon I was on my double bed with my feet up watching one of the greatest stories ever told in one of the most beautiful locations in the world. What more can a person ask for?…
We've stayed at all three on property hotels in Disneyland, as well as the Animal Kingdom Lodge and Boardwalk Inn in Disney World. This was the first time staying at Aulani even though we live on Oahu. Due to the pandemic, we decided on a "staycation" when we saw "kamaaina" or local resident prices for early January. It's a lovely resort, but it's more of a "Hawaii" experience rather than a "Disney" experience. The staff is what makes the resort so welcoming. My only concern was that not all guests wore masks in the hallways or pool areas. I think the staff didn't enforce mask wearing because guests could tell them they're walking from the pool to the chair area even though it wasn't true. To be honest, we will probably not return due to the price. As I mentioned, we have stayed at the Grand Californian, Animal Kingdom Lodge, as well as 4 star hotels in Japan, but even the discounted rate we received was the most I have ever paid for a hotel room per night. But, we had a beautiful poolside view from our room, especially at night. We didn't mind that housekeeping could not enter our rooms because extra towels and blankets are provided. But, we decided to leave a tip at the end of our stay because we know their staff could not work for several months due to the pandemic.…
This resort is gorgeous. The views are amazing and the private cove is such a safe place to connect with your family while enjoying the water. One of our favorite spots to watch the sunset is on the private beach. The location is great. Super easy to hop in a car and visit multiple locations on the island.