Luaus, Luxury and Aulani

Hi all it is me Cheryl Copeland-Lewis your blog editor taking a turn at blogging myself again. I was fortunate enough to travel to Disney’s Aulani Resort a few years ago (pre-Covid) and decided to give you a little information. There were four ladies traveling from all over the country on overnight flights and arrived at 5AM. We retrieved our bags and headed to the car rental facility which was so much fun as we packed our Mustang convertible with 4 ladies and all of their luggage. Off we went to the amazing resort as the sun rose.

Upon our arrival at that early hour we were able to drop our luggage into the bell services capable hands and set off for breakfast at the resort with a beautiful ocean view. As we finished our breakfast we headed to our cabana that was rented for the day. With four of us we were able to sleep, swim and eat with our own cabana boy and fruit, water, soda, television and shade as well as sun.

Upon checking in to our room which was a 1 bedroom suite we opened the drop down bed and the sleep sofa as well as the king size bed in the private bedroom.

After settling in we started wandering the beautiful island with our Go Hawaii Pass which allowed us to visit everything at Pearl Harbor, the Polynesian Cultural Center (with a fantastic luau included), the Dole Plantation, and amazing television and movie sites. The cost of this Go Hawaii Pass truly is amazing and cuts your costs in half.

Back to Aulani I must tell you it is a beautiful resort with amazing restaurants, cabanas, infinity pools and hot tubs as well as a stunning beach. If you get the chance please think about taking the Hawaiian adventure to Aulani and indulge your senses.


You are free to drop me a line and I would be happy to help you organize your next vacation at clewis@travelcnc.com.


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