Aulani One Bedroom Villa

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Once you move to a one bedroom or above in a DVC resort, you will not be able to go back to anything less. You have been forewarned. We’ve tried doing split stays to save on points, in the end you always wish you had the larger room the whole time. Or regret having to go through the hassle of packing and moving rooms in the middle of your vacation.

We are a family of 3 (2 adults, 1 child) and we have found the 1 bedroom to be a perfect sweet spot of size and relaxation for us. If we have an additional family join us, then a 2 bedroom gives more than enough space. If you can get a 2 bedroom lock off unit and just have it booked for the portion of the stay with guests, and then stay in the one bedroom when they leave you can save the hassle of moving.

Bedroom / Living Room

  • 2 flat-panel TVs
  • In-room safe
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Blu-ray Disc player
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Pack ‘n Play playard
  • Private porch or balcony
  • iHome with charger dock
  • Ceiling fans
  • High chair
  • Washer and dryer


  • Full-size refrigerator
  • Coffee maker and tea service
  • Full sink
  • Toaster
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Full set of cabinets
  • Dinnerware
  • Glassware
  • Flatware
  • Pots and pans
  • Rice cooker
  • Stove


  • Shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, bath soap, facial soap, lotion
  • Whirlpool tub, shower with rain head
  • Robes, slippers

Available upon Request

  • Bed rails
  • Bottle warmer
  • Outlet covers
  • Diaper disposal system

Check current pricing with Expedia.

Aulani Dining Table
Aulani Dining Table
Aulani Master Bed and Bath
Aulani Master Bed and Bath
Aulani Bedroom
Aulani Bedroom
Aulani One Bedroom Floor Plan

Aulani One Bedroom Floor Plan

Jed Stafford
Jed Stafford

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