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Luaus on Maui

Where to find a Hawaiian luau on Maui Island. Includes West Maui luaus and South Maui luaus. For information about luaus on other Hawaiian islands see Other Luaus in Hawaii. For luau recipes see Hawaiian Food Recipes..

West Maui Luaus

Drums of the Pacific Luau (Hyatt Regency Maui)
The luau at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is called the "Drums of the Pacific Luau" but it is also sometimes known as the "Maui Hyatt Regency Luau" or the "Maui Hyatt Luau". The luau includes a shell lei and mai tai cocktail greeting, Hawaiian music and dancing, demonstrations of traditional arts and crafts, a torch lighting ceremony, imu ceremony, a Polynesian fashion show, a buffet dinner, an open drink bar, and a dessert bar. The Drums of the pacific Luau takes place outdoors on the resort's Sunset Terrace. About $100 for adults over age 21, about $60 for age 13-20, about $50 for children age 6-12, and age 5 and under get in free. For reservations or more information call 808-667-4727.
- Drums of the Pacific Luau Brochure) (PDF)

Feast at Lele (Lahaina)
This Luau has been operating since 1999 and it is a partnership between the Old Lahaina Luau and the award winning 'O and Pacific 'O restaurants. With a seating capacity of 160, the Feast at Lele is smaller then the Old Lahaina Luau, and it differs also in that it showcases the food and entertainment of several South Pacific islands including Tahiti, Samoa, and New Zealand. Guests of the Feast at Lele, are seated at tables with candles and white linens and a multiple course meal is served by waiters. Each course is based on the food of a different Hawaiian nation, island, and as it is served, music and dances from that island are performed. The Feast at Lele is more of a elegant night on the town then a traditional luau, and as such, it appeals to adults looking for a romantic evening out. On the beach at 505 Front Street in Lahaina. Price for adults is about $110 and children age 2-12 are $80. For reservations and more information call 808-667-5353,

Kaanapali Sunset Luau at Black Rock (Sheraton Maui)
the Luau at the Sheraton Maui Resort and spa at Kaanapali beach is called the "Kaanapali Sunset Luau at Black Rock" or sometimes the "Maui Sunset Luau", the "Black Rock Luau" or the Kaanapali Beach Luau". It is a beachfront luau with a buffet dinner and entertainment presented by Tihati Productions. Adults are about $90, children age 6-12 about $45 and children age 5 and under are free. For reservations or more information call 808-877-HULA.

Old Lahaina Luau (Lahaina Cannery Waterfront)
This award winning luau is located in Lahaina, on an acre of land on the oceanside of the Lahaina Cannery at 1251 Front Street. Upon arriving at the luau grounds, guests are greeted with a fresh flower lei, a tropical drink, and a souvenir program. Then they escorted to their assigned seats, and introduced to the Luau grounds, where arts and crafts are on display, professional photographers are available, and Hawaiian music is played. The Imu oven is opened, and then dinner is served. Salad and dessert is served by waiters, and the main dinner is served buffet style. As the sun sets, the Hawaiian show begins. It covers the history of Hawaiian, including dances and performances based on the migration of Polynesians to Hawaii, the chants of the ancient Hawaiians, the Hawaiian Kingdom, the arrival of the missionaries, and the modern hula. All seating is reserved, and guests can select Hawaiian style mat seating or conventional tables and chairs Adults are about $90 and children are about $60. For reservations call 808-667-1998 or 800-248-5828.

Royal Lahaina Luau (Royal Lahaina Hotel))
takes place in the hotel's Kaanapali oceanfront Luau Gardens. Includes a shell lei greeting, arts and crafts demonstrations, an open bar, imu presentation, buffet dinner, a children's buffet, and a Polynesian show ending with a fire dance and a grand finale featuring all of the performers in the he show. Adults are about $70 and one child age 11 or under is free with each paying adult. For reservations or more information call 808-661-9119.

Wailele Polynesian Luau (Westin Maui)
The luau at the Westin Maui Resort and Spa is called the "Wailele Polynesian Luau" but it is also known as the "Maui Westin Luau", and the "Westin Maui Luau". It takes place once a week at the resort's Aloha Pavilion and it features a four course dinner planed by the resort's executive chef, served family style. The luau also includes an open bar, Polynesian and Hawaiian culture demonstrations and crafts, and a Polynesian show. Also includes free shuttle service from the Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas and the Sheraton Maui Resort and Spa. For reservations or more information call 808-661-2992.

South Maui Luaus

Maui Sunset Luau at Makena (Maui Prince Hotel)
The luau at the Maui Prince Hotel is called the "Maui Sunset Luau at Makena". This luau is also sometimes called the "Drums at Makena Luau", because the Polynesian show that is part of the event is called "Drums at Makena". the menu includes Hawaiian food and other items such as chicken, and vegetables. The Drums of Makena show includes native performers from several different South Pacific island groups. When you arrive at this luau you can have a cocktail, and walk around the ground. Later there is an imu ceremony, and then a buffet dinner is served. For more information call 808-875-5888.

Honuaula: Return to Sacred lands Luau (Wailea Beach Marriott)
The official name of the luau at the Wailea beach Marriott Resort and spa is ""Honuaula: Return to the Sacred Lands Luau" but it is also known as the "Wailea Luau", the "Wailea Beach Luau", and the "Wailea Beach Marriott Luau". It features Hawaiian games and crafts, a torch lighting and conch shell ceremony, a luau style buffet dinner, and a Polynesian show with Hawaiian music and hula dancing. The Wailea Beach Marriott's luau is called "Honuaula: Return to the Sacred Lands". For reservations or more information call 808-875-7710.

Former Maui Luaus

Kaanapalu Beach Hotel Luau
At one time the Kaanapal Beach hotel had a luau and while I am not 100% certain, I that was the luau commonly known as the "Kaanapali Beach Luau". That luau was suppose to be a good one for families and poeople on a budget because tickets for adults were $59 and one child could get in free with each paying adult.

See also:
- Luaus on Other Islands
- Hawaiian Food Recipes..
- Dining on Maui



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