Disney's Aulani Offers Incentives for Families

Big news from Aulani, Disney's Resort and Spa in Ko Olina, Hawaii: The resort is offering special incentives to attract families.
 
Through July 14, when clients book a minimum five-night stay or longer at Aulani for stays most nights from August 29 through November 3, children aged three to nine in the party will receive three free kids meals for each night of the stay—one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner—plus a Rainbow Reef pass, valid for length of stay to snorkel amid the fish in Rainbow Reef.

The deals at the resort's restaurants are as follows:
`AMA`AMA Beach Restaurant – Receive one appetizer (lunch or dinner only), one entrée, one dessert (lunch or dinner only) and one single-serving beverage per meal period.
Makahiki Buffet – Receive one full buffet (breakfast or dinner only) per meal period.
The `Ōlelo Room – Receive one Continental breakfast (breakfast only) per meal period.
One Paddle, Two Paddle, The Lava Shack or Māmā’s Snack Stop – Receive one entrée or one complete combo meal, one dessert (lunch and dinner only) and one single-serving beverage per meal period.
 
And partner Hawaiian Airlines is offering 25 percent off fares for the same period, booking now through July 14 for travel between August 29 and November 3. The fares are available on flights out of New York (JFK), Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose and may be booked with the Aulani “Kids Eat Free” package or any room reservation for Aulani.
 
Travel agents can book this offer online at www.disneytravelagents.com or call 866-309-2384 and mention offer code STR.

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