AULANI DISNEY RESORT AND SPA IN HAWAII

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This 5-star beachfront paradise, set on the white sandy shores of O’ahu in Ko Olina, was created with families in mind, by the people who know families best – Disney. There’s so much for the whole family to do that’s included in the cost of your stay, from the supervised kid’s club to nightly entertainment, plus amazing water fun at the pools, lazy river, water slides, and special splash zones for the little ones.

Play dress-up in Disney character costumes, climb around the playground, hit the video games and join in the increadible Disney activities. There are also character meetings and greetings all day.

Explore Waikolohe Valley, the green space between the towers and the vast network of interconnecting pools. Snorkel with tropical fish, meander down the lazy river in tubes, slide down a pitch black water slide only to be spat out the other end. Do water aerobics with Goofy and leap off the pontoons into the azure tropical ocean.

Visit one of the two Spas to spend lazy hours exploring each therapeutic water experience in the hydrology garden, before blissing out with your choice of over a 100 indulgent spa treatments. Get a Disney princess makeover, manicures, or just pop in for a healthy frozen dessert.

The food is divine. Enjoy Disney character breakfasts, delicious tropical fruits, Hawaiian local breakfast treats and American staples like ‘Mickey’ waffles. There are so many eateries and restaurants to choose from and each offers a fantastic children’s menu. Dine on gorgeous salads, fabulous fries, fresh ocean fish and Mexican delights.

Get to the evening shows early so the children can make leis with Aunty and take part in the other experiences there: songs, dancing, a Disney character parade or enthralling tales told by Uncle during Mo’olelo storytelling by the fire pit.

From sun up to sunset and beyond, your whole family will love every second of your Disney experience at Aulani. Contact your local travel agent to book your dream Aulani holiday. Head there outside US summer school break (particularly July and August) if possible.

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