Aulani, Disney’s Resort in Hawaii, is still closed due to Coronavirus concerns. The Resort remains closed and a reopening date has not been identified. Disney will continue to follow guidelines from government and health officials as a reopening is planned.
The state of Hawaii currently requires visitors to self-isolate for 14 days but will be implementing a program in September that allows visitors to forego the self-isolation if they have a negative COVID test prior to traveling. Because of this, all Aulani reservations throughout the month of August will be canceled.
August room reservations can be canceled and Disney will waive all Disney-imposed cancellation penalties. Guests can continue to save up to 35% on select rooms for 5-night stays most nights September 1 through November 22 and November 28 through December 21, 2020 when booked by October 24.
2021 bookings for Aulani are also available to guests looking to plan a Disney Hawaiian vacation next year.
Upon reopening, Aulani Resort rooms, restaurants and other locations may be limited in capacity and subject to restricted availability or closure based on direction from health experts and government officials to promote physical distancing. Furthermore, experiences, services, and amenities may be modified, have limited availability, or may remain closed. Offerings are not guaranteed.
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