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Escaping to Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, is wonderful all year round, but guests visiting the Hawaiian resort during the fall will be delighted with a variety of seasonal experiences and special surprises, ranging from Halloween spooks to Christmas cheer. As a mahalo for staying at Aulani during this time of year, guests are invited to take part in a special offer. With Aulani Mahalo Season, the more nights you visit, the more you’ll save – with 30 percent on stays of five or more consecutive nights or 25 percent on stays of four consecutive nights!
Is your ‘ohana ready for some festive fall fun? On select Saturday evenings in October, the resort will host Aulani Ho`olaule`a, a Halloween Party with face painting, balloon artists, games, prizes, dancing and more on the Halawai Lawn. Disney friends including Mickey, Minnie, Chip and Dale appear in their best Halloween costumes for photos and character greetings.
For those choosing to celebrate Thanksgiving with their family at Aulani, the resort’s chefs take guests through a culinary journey with many dining options, including a celebratory meal, Aulani Thanksgiving Feast, featuring an all-you-care-to-enjoy buffet mixed with Disney fantasy. During the Holiday season, carolers sing various holiday songs in the Maka‘ala Lobby and Waikolohe Valley and for those lucky enough to stay at the resort on Christmas Eve, Santa Claus will visit Aunty’s Beach House throughout the day!
Stay tuned for updates on the festivities throughout the rest of the year on the Disney Parks Blog and visit DisneyAulani.com for more details on Aulani Mahalo Season. Book the special offer now through October 26, 2015, for stays most nights August 16 through December 21, 2015 (excluding November 25 through November 28, 2015). Click the button below to get a Free Travel Quote now!
Enjoy the Holidays at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, During Mahalo Season by Tyler Slater: Originally posted on the Disney Parks Blog