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Tag Archives: aulani
I’m very sad that Disney’s Aulani didn’t open up while I still lived on the west coast and a trip to Hawaii seemed a lot more achievable. Alas, I’ll just have to suffer with Walt Disney World a stone’s throw … Continue reading
Disney has a hotel in Hawaii. Do you remember? It’s reportedly the best hotel in the Disney chain. But event the best Disney property doesn’t come out of the gate in perfect form. There’s always a period of what Imagineering … Continue reading
It was one year ago today that Aulani Spa & Resort in Hawaii opened its doors to paying guests for the first time. Word on the street is that while it hasn’t been banner year Disney was hoping for with … Continue reading
Read the Disney travel forums and search the blogs and you will encounter numerous trip reports from Aulani that go something like this: “The hotel is beautiful and Disney has outdone itself immersing guests in Hawaiian culture. Unfortunately the hotel … Continue reading