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November 25, 2011: A Visit to Aulani

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  • November 25, 2011: A Visit to Aulani

    A few weeks ago, Yesterland reader Kate Carey visited Aulani while staying at a nearby resort. Kate sent a terrific set of photos to me. She also shared her observations.




    Please discuss it here.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: November 25, 2011: A Visit to Aulani

    How could she get so close to the pool? It looks as if she could go swimming without being a registered guest at the hotel?

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      Re: November 25, 2011: A Visit to Aulani

      Originally posted by mrclempo View Post
      How could she get so close to the pool? It looks as if she could go swimming without being a registered guest at the hotel?
      My understanding is that only Aulani guest are allowed to use the pools, but anyone can walk on the grounds.

      Here's how a KHON-2 news story (Disney’s Aulani resort opens to packed house) quoted a Disney spokesperson:

      Although the beach and pool areas at the resort as well as restaurant and lounges are open to the general public, there are some restrictions.

      “For our hotel guests we do wrist band them so they can use the water slides and the pools and they have exclusive use of those,” said [Disney publicist John] McClintock. “We do invite everyone to come and enjoy what’s available.”
      Werner Weiss
      Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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