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  • We have taken enhanced health and safety measures. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. View important details.
  • There are specific instructions and requirements for all visitors to Hawaii, which may include mandated quarantine or pre-travel testing. View information about these requirements on the State of Hawaii’s Safe Travels website. State requirements are subject to change. Please continue to stay updated on the latest travel alerts leading up to your planned stay. View important details.
  • Effective Sept. 13, 2021, all Aulani Resort food & beverage outlets, including quick service and takeaway, will be restricted to resort guests only. Per City & County of Honolulu guidelines, we will require proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours for all guests ages 12 and older dining on property.

Frequently Asked Questions - Website

  • A:
    Many Hawaiian words have more than one meaning depending on the placement of pronunciation or diacritical marks. The Hawaiian language uses two diacritical marks:
    • ‘Okina: The ‘okina is a glottal stop, similar to the stop of sound when saying “uh-oh”. The ‘okina looks like a backwards apostrophe and you'll see it often in the words Hawai‘i and O‘ahu. It will assist you in pronouncing these words. Notice that the ‘okina is not used in English words. For example, “Hawaiian” is an English word referring to something that is from or of Hawai‘i.
    • Kahakō: The kahakō is a macron, which extends or lengthens the sound and adds stress to the vowel. In the word “kahakō”, the mark makes the “o” sound like the vowel in “snow”

    Many Hawaiian words have more than one meaning depending on the placement of pronunciation or diacritical marks.
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    Yes! First-time visitors to Hawai‘i may be surprised to learn that the Hawaiian language is, along with English, the official language of the state of Hawai‘i!

Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawai‘i

Please call (866) 443-4763 between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM
Pacific Time for assistance with your vacation.
Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.

Seasonal Sample Rate Calendar

Our rates vary throughout the year based on vacation seasons. All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.

If you decide to change your travel dates, please close this window and then edit your dates using the booking module on the right hand side of the page.

  • Value Season – From $484
  • Regular Season – From $504
  • Peak Season - From $579
  • Holiday Season – From $659
Please note: Per night price is based on a standard room during the dates highlighted, and does not include tax. Prices and availability are not guaranteed, and prices are subject to change
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