Aulani’s Quick Service Dining Options

Aulani Offers Quick-Dining Locations for All Tastes

Whether you are searching for a fast mid-afternoon snack, a cozy breakfast or lunchtime fare, everyone can find the perfect meal for their vacation at an Aulani Quick Dining Location.

One Paddle, Two Paddle – Located adjacent to ‘AMA‘AMA, the signature restaurant at Aulani, One Paddle, Two Paddle is open daily and serves a variety of quick-service favorites. From freshly-made sandwiches, tasty wraps and house-made desserts to a tasty keiki (children’s) menu, this casual dining location offers good food fast … at reasonable resort prices. You will have a choice between sweet potato, or regular fries, or coleslaw. Adult meals are between $12 and $15.

The Lava Shack – Located near the Rainbow Reef snorkel lagoon, The Lava Shack is the perfect place to pick up a Hawaii-inspired plate lunch, that generally consists of a main entrée, rice and a side. Here you can choose from complete meals featuring entrees like Cold Fried Chicken, Cured Meats, Cheeses, and Chilled Miso-glazed Salmon, as well as grab and go snacks.

Pāpālua Shave Ice – Conveniently located next to the pool deck, Pāpālua Shave Ice offers the chance for your Clients to cool off with fruity and refreshing shave ice.  Choose from a variety of tropical flavors. And at $3.75 is very reasonably priced.
Shave Ice
Rip Swirl – This yogurt bar, located in Painted Sky (teen spa, next to the main spa), provides yummy, healthy treats: tangy yogurt with fresh fruit and toppings. These run about $6, and are not very large.

For those looking for a full, hearty breakfast each morning you can also purchase a breakfast add-on package at Makahiki, Bounty of the Island, buffet-style restaurant. This NEW package includes breakfast each day of their stay, including a full buffet and one non-specialty beverage for each member of their travelling party.

Enjoy. Aloha ~ Happy Travels!

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Thinking of a cruise vacation?

Are you interested in cruising? Or not sure?

Some cruise facts-

More than 12 million people take a cruise every year.

More than half the worlds cruises depart from Florida.

1/3rd of all cruise passengers are under 40.

60% of cruise passengers on any cruise have been on a cruise before.

Would you like all of your meals to be included in the price, or are you interested in paying some additional fees for more unique dining? Do you want there to be a wild night scene, or a more quiet experience? Do you want to be in a different port every night, or do you prefer days at sea on the ship? In port- would you rather go shopping, or spend your time in the water, i.e., swimming with the dolphins, snorkeling, scuba diving,etc. Do you have kids, is a kid’s club important to you?

With the above questions answered, a travel agent can pick the best cruise for your needs.

Cruising is an amazing way to travel. It allows you to see different locations in the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, Asia, Alaska, etc., all without having to pack and unpack multiple times.  Not only do you have the convenience of seeing several different locations within one trip, it is also typically a less expensive vacation that other land based trips; it’s close to being an ‘all-inclusive’ vacation. Most cruises include the following: accommodations, meals, including all day dining options & room service (most cruise lines now offer specialty dining at an additional charge), coffee/tea and daily & nightly entertainment. Additional charges exist for most cruises for gratuities, alcohol, soda pop, specialty coffee, gambling & bingo, and shore excursions. Here is how the cost of a cruise vacation compares to a traditional hotel/resort experience:

Hawaiian Resort

Caribbean Resort

Caribbean Cruise

Grand Total (Per person, per day)

$463

$372

$265

Accommodations (Including tax)

$1,150 pp

$945 pp

$1,850 per person

Air and Transfers (Nationally averaged)

$850 pp

$665 pp

Included

Food and Beverage  (Three meals daily, snacks, room service taxes, and gratuities)

$1,050 pp

$1,000 pp

Included

Entertainment (Name entertainment and/or lavish variety productions)

$100 per person, per production

$100 per person, per production

Included (Broadway-style productions, name entertainment, variety acts, and much more)

Research conducted by Royal Caribbean International based upon 200 participants for a seven night stay in March. Prices listed in U.S. currency.

If you want help deciding if cruising is right for you, feel free to contact us and let us help you decide and pick the right vacation for you! Happy Travels!