Located at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawaii, Aunty’s Beach House is a state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor space available exclusively for those aged 4 to 12. Here, kids can immerse themselves in the exciting island culture of Oahu, playing games and activities under the care of expertly trained Disney Cast Members.
At Aunty’s Beach House at Aulani, kids can explore the outdoor areas and experience the beauty of Hawaii in an entirely new way. They’ll learn about Hawaiian heritage through activities that bring to life traditional arts and crafts, including making their own leis. Kids can also take part in special poolside games and enjoy a variety of Disney movies on a giant outdoor screen.
Children ages 4 to 12 will have hours of fun at Aunty’s Beach House with hands-on activities like hula dancing, creating stories from Hawaiian legends, playing dress up in island costumes, or learning traditional surfing moves with Disney’s “Surf Luau”. Throughout their time at Aunty’s Beach House, they’ll be able to create memories that will last a lifetime.
At Aunty’s Beach House, kids can explore Oahu and its culture in an atmosphere of fun and security, thanks to the dedicated Disney Youth Counselors on-site. Parents have the convenience of being able to drop off their children for up to five hours per day, giving them time for relaxation or exploration at Aulani itself. Pre-registration can be made up to 90 days in advance of your trip.
Aunty’s Beach House at Aulani is just one more example of how this tropical getaway provides families with unparalleled experiences tailored specifically to young explorers! Make sure you plan your visit today and start making magical moments together!
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Thanks for the update on Aunties. My son (he’s 56) look forward seeing Aunties (we’re booked for Aulani in August) because when we were there in 2020 it was closed. We also missed the Luau, Spa and a few other things which are now open (restaurants, etc.) but one of the most important things (to me and my son) has not been put back in place, THE LEI GREETING!! Aulani is supposed be authentic Hawaiian culture and how is that with no Lei greeting. Another penny pinching benefit taken away by DVC.
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