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Update: Aulani! Disney’s New Destination Resort in Hawai`i

Michelle Baumann

by , Walt Disney World Public Relations

Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, Ko Olina, Hawai‘i
Hi everyone…I had to share this beautiful image overlooking the crescent-shaped lagoon from the 9th floor of Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, Ko Olina, Hawai‘i. I am happy to report that construction for our newest Disney Vacation Club Resort is right on track. We actually reached a construction milestone today, as we ended the vertical construction phase of our 15-story oceanfront resort with a “topping off” ceremony.


  • When looking through the parks section, as I often do I came across the page for this resort. Just hearing that there was going to be a resort in Hawaii got me excited. I was born on Oahu, and I have been wanting to take my son there for a vacation. This has just given me a reason to start saving up for that vacation.

  • Nice Smiley 🙂

  • We own a timeshare in Ko’lina at the Marriott, we have 4 lagoons, it’s a really nice and quiet side of Oahu on the West Side.

  • OMG!!! That’s a gorgeous view! I love to go to Hawaii, and I usually go to the Big Island to stay at Waikaloa Village with the monorails and the Jungle Cruise boats that take you to your room. But now I’m thinking I should look into joining DVC so I can stay at this place on Oahu instead! Thank you Disney Parks for building such a gorgeous new DVC resort for us!!!

  • Stunning! Would you share the reasoning for only 2 bedroom vacation club units at Aulani? Thanks.

  • Thanks Michelle for the update. I look forward to my first trip to the resort. However, could you tell us if the refineries to the left (at Barbers Point) are visible to the upper floors?

  • Just beautiful!

  • We stayed at the JW Marriott which would be just to the right of this picture. The Ko Olina area is amazing. Disney picked a great spot away from the crowds!

  • Can’t wait to see it in person!

  • That is breath taking view, nut really is there a bad view at all when you are in Hawaii?

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