Aulani Disney Timeshare Resort Scheduled to Open Fall 2011

published on July 15, 2010 by

Disney has just begun offering sales of its brand new premier family resort on the island of Oahu. The Aulani – A Disney Resort and Spa in Ko’ Olina is scheduled to open in the fall of 2011.

Just the sound of a Hawaii vacation evokes a family dream vacation come true! And the name Disney adds a “magical” element to this tropical paradise. Hawaii plus Disney – equals the ultimate in family vacations. And the magic hour has arrived to make this dream a reality with this newest Oahu timeshare.

“We are thrilled to give families joining Disney Vacation Club a new resort option in one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world,” said Disney Vacation Club President Jim Lewis. “Once Aulani opens, families will be able to immerse themselves in the culture of Hawaii while knowing that they will get the quality vacation experience only Disney can deliver.”

Located on the western Wai`anae Coast of Oahu in the Ko’ Olina area Aulani is in a quiet, secluded spot of the island, yet just a 30-minute drive to Waikiki. An ocean-front resort, Aulani is being built on 21 acres next to a blue lagoon and a dazzling white sand beach.

When all phases are competed, Aulani will include 481 two-bedroom equivalent Disney Vacation Club villas and 360 traditional hotel rooms upon its completion. Other family-friendly resort amenities are scheduled to include an 18,000 sq. ft. family-oriented spa, two restaurants, a wedding lawn, a kids’ club, a conference center and a pool area complete with a feature pool, wading pool, tube slides, sunset-facing hot tubs and a snorkel lagoon.

Of course, sprinkled all through Aulani will be the Disney magic. For example, enchanting entertainment will be offered by the many mischievous menehunes (mythical Hawaiian elf-like creatures). Watch for them – some might be hidden and some will be in full view! And Mickey and the gang might even be teaching the kids how to hula.

See other Disney timeshares available now.