Disney Villas Now Up For Sale In Ko Olina

Wednesday - August 04, 2010
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Walt Disney Imagineering senior vice president and creative executive (from left) Joe Rohde, Disney parks and resorts chairman Tom Staggs, Disney Vacation Club and Resort, Hawaii vice president Djuan Rivers and Disney Vacation Club president Jim Lewis gave members of the media an update July 23 on construction for the company’s first Hawaii resort at the Ko Olina site.
Rohde briefs reporters before touring the construction area

Disney Vacation Club recently began sales for Aulani, Disney’s first family resort in Hawaii, located on 21 acres of oceanfront land within the Ko Olina Resort & Marina development.

The first phase, which includes 481 two-bedroom Disney Vacation Club villas, is scheduled to open in fall 2011. Upon its completion, the resort also will include 360 traditional hotel rooms, an 18,000-square-foot spa, two restaurants, a wedding lawn, a kids club, conference center and pool area.

Inspired by the Hawaiian culture, Aulani’s architecture is a modern interpretation of ancient villages. Hawaiian materials such as volcanic stone columns, torch lights and geometric prints from kapa will be incorporated in the design throughout the property.

a scale model of what Aulani will look like when completed. The first phase is expected to open on Aug. 29, 2011. Photos by Leah Friel, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Aulani will be the 11th resort for Disney Vacation Club, which is designed to accommodate families by offering a variety of vacation destinations. For more information, visit disneyvacationclub.com or call 1-800-500-3990.

 

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