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7/23/20216Aulani HawaiiResort Room4Standard View$2,142Available

Discounted Points Available to Rent

The following points can be rented to book a discounted custom DVC stay.

Resort Points Price Per Point Expiration Date Status Learn More
Aulani Hawaii475 Points$20-Available
Disney DVC Aulani Hawaii exterior garden view from balcony
5 Star Resort
92-1185 Aliinui Drive Kapolei, Hawaii
Expires
2062
Maintenance Cost
$8.35 per point
*proposed dues for 2021

A trip to Disney’s Aulani would be an unforgettable vacation getaway with the unique combination of Disney’s exceptional service and Hawaii’s beauty. Still very young, having been built in 2011, Aulani was the third Disney Vacation Club stand-alone resort, after Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort and Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. It has become known as an extraordinary location for both romantic and family vacations.

Disney DVC Aulani Hawaii Resort aerial view of resort lazy river
flickr.com @ Marcus Kwan

Aulani is located in Kapolei, on Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands, and its design and features represent aspects of Hawaiian culture, traditions, and customs. With Disney so focused on storytelling, it comes as no surprise that Disney worked with experts on local Hawaiian culture during Aulani’s building. The resort works to show guests aspects of Hawaiian art, architecture, and culture and to inspire them to explore more of the islands.

While Aulani is a Disney resort, it is outstanding in its own right. While there are hidden Mickeys, character meet and greets, and Disney-themed food, Aulani has so much to offer regardless of how much of a Disney fan you are.

Disney DVC Aulani Hawaii aerial view of resort pool and ocean

Built on a sprawling 21 acres, the massive resort offers activities and amenities for any and all guests. From beaches and lagoons, to swimming and snorkeling, to fun-filled days of activities and evenings of wandering into the sunset, Aulani has everything to make your vacation the one you’ve been dreaming of.

Rooms 

With a huge total of 460 DVC villas, there are a variety of room types and views to choose from. Room types include Hotel Rooms, Deluxe Studios, One-Bedroom Villas, Two-Bedroom Villas, Two-Bedroom Lock-Off Villas, and Three-Bedroom Villas. These bedrooms have an assortment of different views, including Standard View (a view of the conference center, parking lot, or parking garage), Island Gardens View (a view of the mountains, spa, or landscaping), Poolside Gardens View (a view of the pool, courtyards, water features, or landscaping), and Ocean View (a view of the ocean).

Dining 

Of course, at a resort as massive as Aulani, there are a wide variety of food options, ranging from table-service to casual dining. ‘AMA‘AMA – Contemporary Island Cooking is a beautiful open-air restaurant with an oceanfront view, and is designed to resemble a beachside house, inspired by fishing settlements on Oahu’s coast. Located on a lanai overlooking a koi pond, Makahiki – The Bounty of the Islands is a Character Dining Buffet inspired by the traditional Hawaiian celebration of the harvest.

For quick service options, guests at Aulani have plenty to choose from. Mama’s Snack Shop is located by both a pool and a lagoon and features such dishes as Fish and Chips and Coconut-Breaded Shrimp, making it the perfect meal to grab in between swims. Ulu Café is open all day for Aulani’s guests, and is right by the Wailana Pool, for anyone wanting to grab convenient or fresh and hot entrees. Little ‘Opihi’s is a kiosk on Ko Olina Beach and offers snacks, light meals, and cocktails you can enjoy from your lounge chair. Papalua Shave Ice is a refreshing snack shop offering shave ice, a popular Hawaiian treat that can even be Mickey-shaped. Lava Shack is right across from Mama’s Snack Shop and stocks drinks, snacks, and sundries. 

At the ‘Olelo Room, guests can enjoy cocktails and appetizers either inside or under the night sky, surrounded by a celebration of the Hawaiian language and looking over the koi pond. Off the Hook is a relaxing bar and lounge just next to ‘AMA‘AMA, and is designed to resemble a fisherman’s seaside shack with a wonderful ocean view. Finally, those guests 18 and older are able to enjoy the Wailana Pool Bar and is designed to be a sanctuary for adults looking to unwind by the poolside and enjoy local Hawaiian cuisine.

Disney DVC Aulani Hawaii exterior garden view from balcony

Amenities

Aulani also offers an abundance of amenities for its guests. Aunty’s Beach House is a fun kid’s club on property, allowing kids to have fun while their parents enjoy other activities. There are a myriad of pools, including Waikolohe Pool (with a slide, lazy river, and rapids), Wailana Pool (for guests 18+), Ka Maka Grotto (a cave-like pool on the beach), and Keiki Cove Splash Pool and Menehune Bridge as fun kids pools. There is also Rainbow Reef where guests can snorkel and swim with fish, and the beach! In addition, Aulani offers Pau Hana Room (Aulani’s take on the DVC Community Hall), Hawaiian entertainment, excursions off property to see more of Oahu, and the LaniWai Spa (Aulani’s 18000ft spa that includes a hydrotherapy garden, steam rooms, and spa services) to ensure all guests are sufficiently relaxed. 

Aulani easily offers enough to keep you and your family entertained and relaxed for a week or two, while not only enjoying Hawaii, but with a Disney twist! Steeped in beauty and culture, Aulani provides not only a Hawaiian vacation but a look into Hawaiian art, architecture, and food from the design of every restaurant and pool to the structure and decoration of the lobby and rooms. This will truly be the trip of a lifetime and an experience to always remember.

Hotel Room
Deluxe Studio
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom
2 Bedroom Lockoff
3 Bedroom
2020 Point Chart
2020 Point Chart
DVC – Aulani Villas, Ko Olina, Hawai’i
Points Per Night
SStandard View
IIsland Gardens View
PPoolside Gardens View
OOcean View
Studio
(Sleeps up to 4)
One-Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 5)
Two-Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 9)
Three-Bed­room Grand Villa
(Sleeps up to 12)
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Adventure SeasonJan 5-Feb 22,Sept 6-Oct 10,Nov 10-23,Nov 29-Dec 17,
Sun – Sat
17 19 23 25 35 36 44 46 48 50 59 62 96 122
Weekly
119 133 161 175 245 252 308 322 336 350 413 434 672 854
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Choice SeasonApr 19-28,May 6-Jun 28,Oct 11-Nov 9,
Sun – Sat
19 21 24 26 37 44 46 50 51 59 62 69 103 134
Weekly
133 147 168 182 259 308 322 350 357 413 434 483 721 938
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Magic SeasonFeb 23-Apr 2,Aug 10-Sept 5,Nov 24-28,
Sun – Sat
22 25 26 29 44 46 50 58 60 62 70 79 121 158
Weekly
154 175 182 203 308 322 350 406 420 434 490 553 847 1106
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Premier SeasonJan 1-4,Apr 3-Apr 18,Apr 29-May 5,Jun 29-Aug 9,Dec 18-31,
Sun – Sat
24 27 29 31 46 50 58 62 64 71 79 84 140 184
Weekly
168 189 203 217 322 350 406 434 448 497 553 588 980 1288

2021 Point Chart
2021 Point Chart
DVC – Aulani Villas, Ko Olina, Hawai’i
Vacation Points Per Night
SStandard View
IIsland Gardens View
PPoolside Gardens View
OOcean View
Studio
(Sleeps up to 4)
One-Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 5)
Two-Bed­room Villa
(Sleeps up to 9)
Three-Bed­room Grand Villa
(Sleeps up to 12)
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Travel Period 1Jan 3-Feb 20,Sept 5-Oct 9,Nov 9-22,Nov 28-Dec 16,
Sun – Sat
17 19 23 25 34 35 44 46 47 49 59 62 95 122
Weekly
119 133 161 175 238 245 308 322 329 343 413 434 6665 854
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Travel Period 2Apr 11-28,May 6-Jun 27,Oct 10-Nov 8,
Sun – Sat
19 21 24 26 37 44 46 50 51 59 62 69 103 134
Weekly
133 147 168 182 259 308 322 350 357 413 434 483 721 938
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Travel Period 3Feb 21-Mar 25,Aug 9-Sept 4,Nov 23-27,
Sun – Sat
22 25 26 29 44 46 50 58 60 62 70 79 121 157
Weekly
154 175 182 203 308 322 350 406 420 434 490 553 847 1099
S I P O S I P O S I P O S O
Travel Period 4Jan 1-2,Mar 26-Apr 10,Apr 29-May 5,Jun 28-Aug 8,Dec 17-31,
Sun – Sat
24 27 29 31 46 50 58 62 64 71 79 84 140 184
Weekly
168 189 203 217 322 350 406 434 448 497 553 588 980 1288