With all there is to do at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa and around O‘ahu, I’m not sure how much time Aulani guests actually spend in their rooms.
Nevertheless, when they do return to change from swimsuits to shorts and shirts for dinner or the nighttime Starlit Hui show, Aulani guests find that their rooms provide comfort, convenience and imaginative décor touches inspired by Hawaiian tradition as well as some subtly applied Disney pixie dust.
Here’s Elliot Mills, Managing Director of Aulani, to point out some creative highlights and creature comforts of Aulani guest rooms.
I love seeing Elliot point out the kapa designs on the room curtains, the work of kapa artist Dalani Tanahy, whose fine creations can be spotted throughout Aulani. But I also have to confess that, with all the Hawaiian art around the resort, I’m still especially partial to the lamp with the “surfing Mickey” image. That’s a “hidden Mickey” more hidden than most – it completely disappears when the lamp is turned off.