lazy river in front of Makahiki

If you love Mickey Mouse and you’re thinking about visiting Hawaii with kids, DVC Aulani (Disney Vacation Club Aulani) may just be the perfect destination for you. Our family has visited Aulani several times, when our kids were toddlers, school-aged and recently as preteens and teens. It is one of our favorite Disney resorts, combining the spirit of Aloha and the magic of Disney. What more could you wish upon a star for?

We love Hawaii in general and visit every year. We’ve been to every major island because each island has its own unique personality and feel, with special things to see.  And we love Disney. So, enjoying a tropical Hawaiian vacation with pixie dust sprinkled in is a dream come true!

Having visited Aulani, A Disney Resort Spa several times, I can say this enchanting island resort spares no expense when it comes to fun and relaxation, and dare I say pixie dust. It also brings that high-quality, Disney Vacation Club experience members have come to know and love.

And, it’s one of the best resorts on Oahu for families. Whether you stay in a studio or larger villas with a kitchen, living room, and laundry, the resort is full of kid-friendly accommodations, amenities, and more!

It’s fun, as only the Imagineers behind Walt Disney Company can do. But also done the Hawaiian way, with the spirit of Aloha and lots of Polynesian culture infused. My kids not only loved this special vacation, they learned a bit about Hawaii, including words and legends (like the Menehune)!

Located in the quiet and restful Ko Olina, Hawai’i on Oahu, it is an ideal spot for your ohana (which means family.) And best of all, the Keiki (which means kids) love it!

Here’s all you need to know about visiting Aulani, A Disney Resort and Spa!

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Ko Olina beach in front of Aulani
The beach in front of Aulani is great for kids of all ages. Photo credi: Bon Voyage With Kids

About Disney’s Aulani

Aulani from balcony off the lobby
Aulani is a wonderful, family-friendly resort. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Located on the island of Oahu, the Aulani, a Disney resort spa in Hawaii, is about a 35-minute drive from Honolulu, in the Ko Olina, Hawai’i area. More than just a hotel room, it is one of the Disney Vacation Club member resorts, which means its thoughtful amenities are perfect for families.

It is also one of the resorts where Disney Vacation Club members can use vacation points to cover the hotel room cost, which is what we did as DVC Members. Though paying guests can purchase their stay without points.

The resort is NOT a Walt Disney Company theme park, but it does have a lot of great things to do both at the resort and nearby. And you might even get a hotel room or villas with an ocean view!

The Aulani Resort & Spa offers fun for children of all ages. You can book a spa day at the Laniwai, A Disney Spa while your kids have fun at Aunty’s Beach House. Or play in the splash area and float on the relaxing river with the kids. Enjoy amenities like the fitness center.

Build sandcastles or get out your snorkel to explore the ocean lagoon at the quiet Ko Olina cove right at the hotel, one of the best beaches on the island for kids. And, book a character meal with one of the fab five Disney characters vacationing at the hotel.

Then, there are the adventures to explore around the island, one of the best Hawaiian islands to visit with kids! This will be one of those family vacations you will never forget, and our kids STILL talk about it.

Here is more information you need to know about this resort.

Lobby of Aulani
The beautiful lobby in Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Fun Fact!

The Walt Disney Imagineers collaborated with local cultural experts and artists to create this exclusive Disney Resort to bring the magic of Disney with the special spirit of the islands of Hawaii. The resort represents timeless Hawaiian traditions and culture, and you’ll find a lot of the spirit of Aloha here.

Where is DVC Aulani?

This ocean-front retreat is located in Ko Olina on Oahu, about 35 – 45 minutes from the airport. Its location is away from the busy centers of Honolulu and Waikiki, so it is a great area to enjoy a quieter Hawaiian vacation.

But you can certainly tour areas of the famed surf towns in the North Shore or swim in the ocean on some of the best beaches on the island, or head over for hikes on Diamond head and epic snorkel spots like Hanauma Bay. All of the things to do on Oahu with kids can be accessed from this kid-friendly resort.

One thing to note though is that some tour companies don’t pick up in Ko Olina (they often pick up in the Waikiki area.) However when we were there last year, the concierge (or the Holoholo Desk) can help book tours for trips to places like Pearl Harbor that DO pick up in Ko Olina. But not all island activities can be booked through them, so you may want to rent a car.

family standing at DVC Aulani


If you are an ELIGIBLE DVC Member, you can use your DVC Member discounts at Aulani. This is only for Members who are eligible for discounts at all Disney properties and Resorts. But these discounts will apply to eligible food, beverage, and shopping at Aulani where applicable. Always ask!

About Disney Vacation Club Properties

If you are unfamiliar with the Disney Vacation Club properties, here’s a quick lowdown.

Typically, they are like a hotel room with the feeling of home. Often, they include a kitchen or kitchenette, a living room, a king or queen-size bed, and often a queen-size sleeper sofa.

living room in one bedroom Villa
Living room in a one-bedroom Villa at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

You can also find one or two-bedroom villas. Even a 3-bedroom villa is an option. Each villa sleeps multiple people, so they can make a perfect multigenerational Disney vacation.

As a member of the Disney Vacation Club for the last 20 years, I can say having this home away from home at any Disney property is helpful with kids (like we have stayed in Florida, Hilton Head Island, and other fun properties). But having it in Hawaii is really fantastic, especially with a living room, dining area, and ocean view!

Though, let’s be real – even a standard room with a standard view in Hawaii is special.

While as a member you can pay for your accommodations with DVC points, you can also pay for your stay as well.

Grills at Aulani
Home away from home amenities are common at Disney Vacation Club Resorts. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Pool at Aulani
Large pool at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Everything You Need to Know About Aulani Disney Resort and Spa

Of course, if you’re going on a unique vacation like this, you need to know all about this Disney Resort & Spa. Here’s everything you need to know about DVC Aulani (Disney Vacation Club Aulani).

What are the Room Types at Aulani?

Similar to many DVC properties, you’ll find a variety of accommodations to choose from, like grand villas, studios, and standard rooms. The Aulani Disney Vacation Club villas come with a standard island gardens view, poolside, or ocean view. 

The standard DVC Aulani rooms come with a standard view, but if you want to stay in a deluxe studio, you’ll find the same view choices as the villas.  They offer a queen-sized sleeper sofa and a kitchenette.

kitchen in one bedroom at Aulani
As a Disney Vacation Club Property, one bedroom Villas and larger have full-sized kitchens, dining and sitting areas. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

A villa differs from a hotel room because you get a full kitchen, separate bedrooms (1, 2 or 3 bedroom villas), a living room and dining room, and a washer and dryer. See a complete list of amenities at the hotel here. Each villa sleeps a different number of guests.

One extra thing you need to know is that Hawaii charges a transient accommodations tax each night. It’s based on the number of Disney Vacation Club points required for the room you choose. The tax rate varies year to year, so don’t be surprised when this shows up on your final bill. 

You can find more information in the booking module under the Plan a Vacation tab.

How Much is a Disney Aulani Vacation?

Aulani Resort prices vary depending on the vacation seasons and year, but the standard rooms start at $399 + tax. This is subject to change of course.

You may want to plan your travel dates around the regular season as resort rates are lower when the kids are in school. Summer is the peak season, and prices rise for holidays like Christmas too. 

DVC Aulani (Disney Vacation Club Aulani) Activities and Excursions

You won’t get bored at this Disney property! That’s one of our favorite things about this resort. There are so many experiences unique to this special resort. You can even take Ukulele lessons!

Here are some of the activities and attractions you don’t want to miss. 

kids splashing in play area at Disney's Aulani

DVC Aulani (Disney Vacation Club Aulani) Waterpark and Pools

You’ll find plenty of things to do in the pools, splash zones, and other areas of the waterpark.  Toddlers especially have fun in the splash areas!


Get to the pools early as they get crowded fast. Also, do not leave your belongings unattended for more than an hour as Cast Members will come by and collect them to avoid people hoarding chairs and not using them.

Ka Maka Grotto

The grotto is an infinity-edge pool that overlooks the gorgeous Ko Olina cove. You won’t want to miss the night experience when the twinkling lights turn on.

Aulani Resort Menhune Adventure Bridge
The Menehune Adventure Bridge is great for younger kids. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Menehune Bridge

All kids love this other interactive area of the waterpark that includes a play structure, two slides, and the enchanted little people of Hawaii – the Menehune.

Aulani resort kids on the splash pad
Aulani’s splash pad area is great for toddlers. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Keiki Cove Splash Zone

The little ones can play and splash in the interactive splash zone that has squirting water jets. This area was designed to look like a tidal pool. 

Rainbow Reef

This 3,800 square-foot saltwater lagoon is the only one on Oahu where you can swim in tranquil waters with the fish.

Snorker in the rainbow reef at Aulani
The snorkel experience at Rainbow Reef is great fun to see some of the tropical fish native to Hawaii. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Poolside Cabanas

If you want a private space for relaxing, you can reserve a luxurious cabana in the Waikolohe Valley pool area. 

Whirlpool Spas

There are four whirlpool spas where you can unwind!

swimming pool at Aulani
Pool time at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Waikolohe Pool

The 8,200 square-foot pool area is the best one at the Aulani Resort. It includes a tunnel body slide, the Volcanic Vertical. You’ll also discover the Waikolohe Stream in this area.

There is also a tubing adventure that starts at the top of Pu‘u Kilo – the Tubestone Curl. This adventure is an open-air water tube that twists and ends by launching you into the Waikolohe Stream.

person on the water slide at Aulani
There are two waterslides at Aulani Resort. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Wailana Pool

The Wailana Pool is not in the main area, so you can enjoy peaceful seclusion here. 

canoe on beach in front of Aulani
You can channel your inner Moana with a sail on an outrigger at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Aulani Beach 

You don’t want to miss spending time on Aulani Beach, where you can rent equipment through the Vacation Club rentals at Makiki Joe’s Beach Equipment Rentals. 

Enjoy boogie boarding, snorkeling, and paddleboarding in the warm waters. Or just enjoying the view. Also, the whole family can enjoy exploring Oahu Island in a sailing canoe. 

There is even a North Shore Beach Zone where teens can enjoy a “North Shore” experience. Teens will also enjoy the Sunset Mele, where youth gather at sunset to celebrate the island culture and music.  It’s a Disney teen experience they will love!

Aulani Aunty’s Beach House Childcare

Aunty’s Beach House the perfect place to drop the kids so you can reconnect with your spouse. There they learn all about Hawaiian music, art, and culture with a little Disney magic sprinkled in with supervised activities for kids 3 to 12 years of age.

Most experiences are free, but some require a fee.

Outside of Auntie's Beach House
Kids ages 4-12 can have fun at Aunty’s Beach House kids club. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids


If you plan on dropping the kids here, you want to get an early start on reserving your spot because Aunty’s Beach House is first-come, first-serve. Often, parents are in line early in the morning to sign up, because spaces are limited.

Goofy walking at Aulani
Characters are often spotted at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Aulani Character Activities

There are a variety of Character Experience activities the kids will love, and they are complimentary with your vacation. Sometimes Disney characters drop by Aunty’s Beach House.

There are also parties at Waikolohe Pool, where you can dance and play games with Disney characters. 

Chip and Dale greeting kids at Disney's Aulani, a Resort and Spa

Premium Character Experiences

Kakamora Chaos at Mona

Play traditional Hawaiian games with Princess Moana of Motunui.


You can play surfing games with Chip ‘n Dale and learn all about the fish native to Hawaii from Goofy. Dance your heart out with Disney friends at this beach-themed party.

Dining with Disney Characters at the Bounty of the Islands, Makahiki

Character meals where Disney characters will drop in for kid-friendly fun!

There’s also a Disney Character Breakfast where you can begin your day with a breakfast buffet and Disney Characters provide live entertainment. You even get to hear Aunty play the ukulele. 

Special Events and Celebrations with Disney Characters

Add a unique touch to any special occasion by inviting a Disney Character to entertain everyone. 

Mickey at Aulani
Character breakfasts are daily at Aulani. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Additional DVC Aulani Activities

  • Family Spa Treatments
  • Golf
  • Shopping Around Oahu and at the Aulani Gift Shop
  • Kula Wai Hydrotherapy Garden
  • T-Shirt Stamping Activity
  • Live Entertainment
  • Menehune Scavenger Hunt (free to participate in)
  • Mo’olelo Fire Pit Storytelling
  • Māka‘ika‘i – Guided walking tours
  • Paint with Light
  • Pulu Bar Mixology
  • Sunrise Yoga
girl on the menehune adventure trail
My kids loved the Menehune Adventure Trail where you can find hidden messages and clues around the resort. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Other Area Activities

You’ll fall in love with the natural beauty of Hawaii when you take part in Aulani Resort Excursions. Area activities include:

  • A hike to a hidden waterfall or do an exciting Zip Line tour. 
  • Visit Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial, and other ships that tell the history of the bombing of Pearl Harbor during World War II. 
  • View Oahu from the sky in a helicopter tour. Or take a ride on the Dolphin Star Wild Dolphin Watch & BBQ Cruise.
  • There’s even a Dolphin Encounter Program where you get to learn about the daily life of the beautiful dolphin. 

Here’s more information on the many other activities you can take part in to customize your Hawaii experience. 


There are several locations where you can experience Polynesian culture and food.  And DO make sure you get a dole whip while you are here! While it is one of the most beloved snacks at Walt Disney World Resort, you can get a real one in Hawaii (after all, when in Hawaii, do as the Hawaiians do!)

Makahiki Restaurant at Aulani
Makahiki is one of the main dining options at Aulani. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Makahiki – The Bounty of the Islands 

This is a unique experience where you can taste international flavors in a kid-friendly atmosphere.  This is also where you’ll find the character breakfast each morning.

Off The hook restaurant at Aulani
Off The hook restaurant at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Off the Hook

This is the poolside lounge where you can eat salads and sandwiches and taste delicious tropical cocktails. There is a coffee bar that serves specialty coffees from 6:00 AM to 10:30 AM. And, you can get Mickey waffles here!

People at Ulu Cafe Aulani
Ulu Cafe Aulani, Photo Credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Ulu Cafe

This poolside restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner with local delicacies like fresh poke bowls, hot meals, and sandwiches. You can get Mickey waffles here!


Purchase the refillable coffee mugs on your first day. You can refill them with soft drinks, water, coffee, and tea throughout the entirety of your stay. They now sell stainless steel cups too, and they make a great souvenir!

Wailana Pool Bar 

This serves lunch and drinks. The menu is excellent (I highly recommend the fruit plate with banana bread and the shrimp tacos.)

Sunset dinner at Ama Ama Restaurant
AmaAma Restaurant at sunset. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

‘Ama’Ama Contemporary Island Cooking

This beautiful open-air restaurant is a bit more upscale, but it is family friendly. It overlooks the cove and Ko’ Olina beach where you can enjoy gorgeous Hawaiian sunsets. It is a prix-fixe four course meal with locally sourced, Hawaiian inspired ingredients with a twist, such as fish, beef, and a wine list with the best wines from around the world

The ‘Ōlelo Room

Enjoy savory appetizers and creative cocktails at this Hawaiian language-inspired lounge. You can also get sushi here. 

shave ice at aulani with Mickey ears
Shave ice (with Mickey ears!) is a must at Aulani. Photo credit: Bon Voyage With Kids

Pāpālua Shave Ice

Just like canned Spam, islanders love their shaved ice, and you can taste this sweet, unique delight here. 

Mama's snack shop at Aulani
Mama’s snack shop at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

Mama’s Snack Stop

You can grab a quick bite of food with the ohana at this shack that serves kid-friendly food like chicken tenders, fish and chips, and more. 

Little ‘Opihi’s – Beachside Kiosk

This kiosk allows you to enjoy food service on the beach from your lounge chair, or you can order light meals and drinks at the snack shack counter, like ice cream and Dole Whip.

Mickey and Minnie on stage at the Ka Wa'a luau
Ka Wa’a Luau at Aulani includes Mickey and Minnie. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

KA WA’A Luau

Disney’s Aulani Resort has its own luau, the KA WA’A Luau. It is conveniently located right at the Resort, and it offers cultural activities like Poi making, Lei making, and Ukuleles to try. It also includes a traditional Hawaiian luau meal with a Disney twist. Kids can get a Bento style box of kid-friendly fare, and adults can choose from the buffet. During and after dinner, there is a show with Hawaiian music, Mickey and Minnie make an appearance, and you learn about Hawaiian culture and dancing.

Poi making before luau - kids sitting on bench learning to make poi
Before the luau, kids can learn about Hawaiian culture and try activities like how to make poi. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids

To book the Luau, you can go to the Aulani booking site. If you are unable to get tickets online, call the Holoholo Desk at the Resort as they have access to additional seating that may not be available online. My kids loved this event, and I highly recommend it.


When you book the KA WA’A Luau, you can choose from standard seating or preferred seating. Unlike other luaus I’ve been to, there really isn’t a bad seat. But the preferred seating puts you closer to the front and more centered, and it includes a complimentary photo, separate and early entrance, and all of the things general seating Guests get (the lei and complimentary drink.) I recommend the preferred seating.

kids in intertube on lazy river at Aulani
Lazy River at Aulani. Photo credit; Bon Voyage With Kids


Is DVC Aulani worth the money?

In my opinion, yes it is, if you love Disney and also want to visit a family friendly resort on Oahu. Some people say, however, that if you’re going to Disney’s Aulani for the Disney experience alone, it’s not worth it because it isn’t as much of an experience compared to Walt Disney World. And, if you are uniquely looking for an authentic Hawaiian vacation, you may feel this is too much Disney.

But, what I think is the value for families is the combination of Disney with Hawaii. And for families who may be concerned about traveling to Hawaii with young children, this would absolutely give them a guaranteed kid-friendly experience done the Disney way with the spirit of Aloha infused.

You can spend full days at Aulani. But if you never leave the resort, you will miss out on all the Oahu has to offer. So I recommend it for enjoying a family-friendly resort with a sprinkle of Disney while enjoying Hawaii.

I would also add that the pools at Aulani are beautiful, you can get a great hotel room for families, and the lazy river is fantastic. So I would add it as one of the best family resorts in Hawaii and one of the best places to stay with kids.

Also, you can get food quickly at an affordable price which is great when you have hungry little ones. 

The Aulani Luau is one of the best luaus in Hawaii, in my experience. My kids absolutely loved it. So, while this Aulani spa and resort may not provide the complete Disney experience, it’s a great vacation in Hawaii.

Are meals included at Aulani resort?

Aulani is not an all-inclusive resort. The only special dining plan guests can add now is the Ali Cafe Dining Plan. You get one meal experience at Ulu Cafe with this plan, which includes one non-specialty beverage per person a day. This cafe is a quick-serve restaurant that offers dinner, lunch, and breakfast.

Do you use your MagicBand+/Disney Band at Aulani?

Similar to the Disney Cruises, you CAN use your MagicBand+ or Disney Band at Aulani for opening your Guest room door and for charging purposes. But outside of that, it doesn’t do much like it does at Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland. For example, on the Menehune Adventure Trail scavenger hunt, you borrow a tablet from the Pau Hana Community Room to activate all of the hidden features. Your MagicBand+ won’t do this. They do sell them in the Gift Shop or you can bring your own. But you don’t have to have one – Cast Members will give you a plastic key in its place.

Do Disney Vacation Club Members get discounts at aulani?

For booking rooms, you can check the Aulani home page for any offers that may be taking place for room costs. You can certainly use your Disney Vacation Club Points to book a DVC studio or Villa (and we used our Vacation Points to book our trips.)

If you are an eligible Disney Vacation Club Member who can normally receive DVC benefits and discounts, then you would also be eligible for any applicable DVC Member discounts at Aulani as well.

This could include discounts on dining, quick service and rentals, as well as in the shop. Check the DVC Member Services site for any applicable discounts for eligible Members at Aulani. We are eligible Members and did receive discounts in Ulu Cafe (when purchasing our refillable coffee mugs) as well as for other meals.

Can you go to Aulani without staying?

DVC Aulani (Disney Vacation Club Aulani) does not offer a day pass for non-guests. Most of the amenities, including the beach equipment, pools, and activities, are for guests staying at the resort. However, anyone can visit the spa experiences, shopping, and dining areas.

Do I need to rent a car if I’m staying at aulani?

While there are shuttles you can book for a fee to get you from Honolulu airport to Aulani, my personal recommendation is to rent a car. The reason I say this is if you want to to do any activities or exploring on the island, it is easier to have a car. You will have to pay for parking at Aulani, so it does add to the expense. But, some of the island activities won’t pick up in Ko Olina (many of them only pick up from Waikiki.) The Holoholo Desk at Aulani can help you book some activities but you will be limited to certain days and availability, and you won’t be able to do everything, which is why I recommend a car. If you are only going to stay at the Resort, then you won’t need one.

Can I order room decorations for a birthday/anniversary like I can at Disney world at Aulani?

Aulani currently does not have an inhouse service where you can order flowers or gifts to your room if you are celebrating something special while staying at Aulani. However, the Front Desk will receive Amazon packages if you want to preorder decorations (just be sure to put your name and arrival date on the address). Also, the Front Desk partners with some local flower shops and an edible decorations business, plus they can recommend local bakeries. So if you have these delivered to the Front Desk, they can bring them to your room.

Final Thoughts on DVC Aulani Resort

More than just a Disney hotel and a change of pace from the traditional Disney theme park, DVC Aulani is a destination. It’s not a theme park, but it will certainly deliver on a Hawaiian-style magical Disney vacation.

From a water park to Disney character activities to a quiet cove, there is so much to do in this wonderful tropical destination. And it is a great place to stay if you want to experience the island of Oahu or just enjoy your stay at the resort.

Not sure if DVC Aulani is right for you? Here are some other great resorts in Oahu for families.

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