- 1 Can you walk around Disney Aulani?
- 2 Can non Guests dine at Aulani?
- 3 How much does a week at Aulani cost?
- 4 Can you use the beach at Aulani?
- 5 Is it worth going to Aulani?
- 6 Does Aulani have meal plans?
- 7 Is Aulani at full capacity?
- 8 How many days do you need at Aulani?
- 9 How much is a day pass to Aulani?
- 10 How much does it cost to eat at Aulani?
- 11 How far is Disney Aulani from airport?
- 12 Is Aulani a private beach?
- 13 How do you get free parking at Aulani?
- 14 Are Aulani pools heated?
Can you walk around Disney Aulani?
Aulani sits on the edge of Kohola Lagoon (also known as Lagoon 1). If you park at the other lagoons, you’ll be further away, but you can just take a leisurely stroll to the resort using the sidewalk alongside the beach. If anything, you can pay for parking at Aulani or the other resorts nearby.
Can non Guests dine at Aulani?
A: Non-resort guests may dine at Makahiki Restaurant Mondays through Thursdays. Seating will be limited to Aulani Resort guests only on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays.
How much does a week at Aulani cost?
The Aulani 2018 published rates for the week we were in Aulani were $665/night for each room, essentially $1330/night. A 1-bedroom villa (sleeps 5) was $819/night and a 2-bedroom villa (sleeps 9) was $1959/night. We paid the $665/night times two rooms plus taxes and feed.
Can you use the beach at Aulani?
A beautiful white-sand beach and activities galore await Guests at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa. Perfectly positioned on the pristine shores of Ko Olina, Aulani Resort offers easy access to breathtakingly blue waters and fun in the sun.
Is it worth going to Aulani?
Overall: Aulani is definitely not worth the trip for the Disney experience, because there really is no Disney experience. Definitely not worth the trip for a resort stay, there are so many other properties offering more diverse and comfortable amentities in a better location for a more complete vacation.
Does Aulani have meal plans?
Aulani does offer a simple dining option. Guests who choose to enhance their vacation with the Ali Cafe Dining Plan are entitled to one dining experience including a non-specialty beverage at Ulu Cafe, a quick service restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, per person, per day.
Is Aulani at full capacity?
Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, was the last Disney property in the world to shut its doors way back in late March of 2020. The hotel, located on the island of O’ahu in Hawaii, reopened to the public on November 1, 2020 and has been operating ever since at reduced capacity.
How many days do you need at Aulani?
Final recommendations. You really need at least 3 nights to see Aulani itself, and 4 or 5 is optimal. Add in a day at Waikiki and another climbing Diamond Head or visiting the North Shore, and you’re looking at least 6 nights plus time to recover from jet lag.
How much is a day pass to Aulani?
A: Sorry, Aulani does not offer a day pass. Most amenities—including the pools, beach equipment and activities—are exclusive to overnight Guests staying at Aulani. Day Guests are welcome to enjoy the dining, shopping and spa experiences offered at Aulani.
How much does it cost to eat at Aulani?
General Seating – $160 Adults /$94 Keiki (ages 3 through 9). There is no charge for keiki under 3.
How far is Disney Aulani from airport?
Yes, the driving distance between Honolulu Airport (HNL) to Aulani is 21 miles. It takes approximately 24 min to drive from Honolulu Airport (HNL) to Aulani. Where can I stay near Aulani? There are 36+ hotels available in Aulani.
Is Aulani a private beach?
No. There are no private beaches in Hawai’i. All beach areas have public access.
How do you get free parking at Aulani?
Parking Validation for Day Guests Enjoy complimentary self – parking or valet parking at Aulani Resort for up to 2.5 hours when you spend $50* or more at the following venues: ‘AMA’AMA – Contemporary Island Cooking. Makahiki – The Bounty of the Islands. The ‘Ōlelo Room, valid for purchases made between 5:00 PM and 11:00
Are Aulani pools heated?
Water Temperature Aulani Resort pools are heated year-round for your enjoyment. The waters of Waikolohe Pool are approximately 82 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit. As part of the Resort’s LEED certification, pool temperatures are maintained using the heat generated by the HVAC units at Aulani Resort.