Rooms, Suites & Villas at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa Fact Sheet


A magical part of staying at Aulani Resort is the wide variety of spacious accommodations to choose from, knowing that each type of room or villa is specially designed for families and provides a welcoming décor that blends Hawaiian tradition and Disney whimsy. 

Aulani Resort guests will find themselves surrounded by the beauty and spirit of aloha. Working with local Hawaiian artisans and cultural advisors, Disney Imagineers created a charming and relaxing environment inspired by the fine arts and crafts traditions of ancient Hawaiians. 

Earth-tone print fabrics in the rooms take their cue from traditional Hawaiian kapa cloth, characterized by the subtle intricacy of its elegantly embossed patterns. Hawaiian floral print fabrics provide touches of colorful vibrancy on accent pillows. 

Outrigger canoe posts and beams work their way into the design of bedroom headboards – along with clever butterfly joints evoking the ancient Hawaiians’ method for artfully repairing their prized wood calabash bowls. 

The homage to Hawaiian culture in the room décor is accented by Disney touches, including distinctive “hidden Mickeys” which guests may discover only on a Hawaiʻi family vacation at Aulani Resort. 

In the corridors outside the rooms, wall coverings are embedded with a host of native cultural references – from poi pounders to fish traps to sea urchins – and more “hidden Mickeys” camouflaged within the richly patterned surfaces. 

Rooms and Suites 

Aulani Resort features well-appointed standard guest rooms with beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean, pools or nearby mountains of west Oʻahu. All of the rooms have a lānai – a balcony or porch – to relax upon and to enjoy the sights of paradise. Standard hotel rooms sleep up to four guests and feature flat-screen televisions, small refrigerators, coffee makers, ceiling fans, wireless internet service and an in-room safe. Parlor suites sleep up to five people. 


Families can stretch out in deluxe studio, one-, two- or three-bedroom villas which feature separate bedrooms and living room spaces. Guests may also savor gentle trade winds and peaceful moments of reflection on the villa’s private balcony. Other at-home amenities include a deep soaking or whirlpool tubs and stacked washer-dryers. In the larger villas, a dining table provides the perfect opportunity for families to connect over a home-made meal prepared in the villa’s full kitchens, which are well-equipped with modern appliances including full-size refrigerators, stoves, microwave ovens, dishwashers, as well as complete sets of cookware and tableware. The villas can accommodate from four to 12 guests.