Experience a voyage through the music and dances of the Pacific Islands as the sun sets into the ocean. Individual table service provides a romantic and intimate setting at the edge of the Lahaina shoreline facing a panoramic view of the West Maui sunset. Executive Chef Adrian Aina presents an exotic and gourmet menu featuring five epicurean courses from the Polynesian Island nations of Hawaii, New Zealand, Tahiti and Samoa during a sit-down, full service, royal tour of Polynesian cuisine.
|Time||Spring (Feb - Apr) and Fall (Sept) - 6:30 pm
Summer (May - Aug) - 7 pm
Winter (Oct - Jan) - 6 pm
Check-in is at least 30 minutes before showtime.
Cancellations with more than 48 hours notice are eligible for a full refund. No shows and cancellations with less than 48 hours are subject to full charges.
Please be aware that these bookings are subject to confirmation. If this is a same-day or next-day booking, there is a reasonable chance this will not be confirmed. For bookings that are confirmed, there will be no cancellations or refunds.
Notify agent if wheelchair access is necessary.
No strollers; unless a child seat is purchased (due to limited space); car seats okay at no additional charge
There are many good and entertaining luaus on Maui. This is the best of then all. No buffet or drink lines. That is a big plus. Held in Lahiana next to the Pacific'o restaurant. The view of the sunset is spectacular. The food was above average. As a group we enjoyed all the entrees. Large drink selection and you can drink all you want. The show was entertaining and professional. Spend a bit more money for a luau but it is well worth the extra dollars.
This was recommended by locals as the best luau on the island, and having experienced it I'd probably agree. We booked it the day before, bit pricey at $125 pp, but the 5-course gourmet meal and show were worth it.
We had the most wonderful time at the Feast at Lele. This is the way to do a luau. We had booked way in advance which got us a wonderful table. There is no buffet here which thrilled me. Rather, they serve you drinks from their open bar all evening was well as a pre fix 5 course gourmet dinner. Each course is paired with a different pacific island. As you feast, you are treated to a wonderful show, each performance matched to the island from which you food came. A great concept. The service was amazing. We wanted to nothing. They even remembered from my reservation made almost a year in advance, that it was our anniversary and gave us a special dessert. The service could not have been better. AS you watched the show, the sun set in the back ground. The location is oceanfront which makes it extra special. The last time we were in Hawaii, we went to several luaus. This time The Fest at Lele was the only one we chose and we chose well.
Food was delicious and the drinks were at the same level. Loved the live performance of the cultural dances. The music was very nice. The servers were friendly and made sure our group was well taken care of. Not only was the meals good but the view of the ocean and the sunset was amazing as well.
We had a really great time at Feast at Lele. The location was great - right on the beach at sunset. There was not a bad seat in the place. The show was what I expected with hula dancers and fire dancer, but it was a fun and entertaining show. The table service was really great - we had a really awesome waiter. I liked the table service better than a buffet. Overall, it was a really great experience.
Be prepared for one of the best experiences in Maui. They had a plethora of food and drinks, make sure you come in with an empty stomach. The private table is better than other luaos. Dancers were all very good and experienced. The atmosphere was perfect. Nothing could be made better about this luau. I would definitely visit again.
The best luau I've been to on Maui. They renovated a couple years ago and updated the menu. The table service and wait staff are a welcome change to the all you can eat buffet line along with the quality of the food. The show was a much better representation of the many island cultures than other shows I've seen.
I loved it. It was not what I expected but it was spectacular. It was a lot of food and the drinks kept flowing. The pork was great and the dessert excellent. The show was phenomenal. The ending was breathtaking. All around great show on the beach in Maui. Mahalo!
The Feast at Lele is fun and yup, has a lot of food! This was the second luau my husband and I attended, so we weren't sure what to expect, but we went with...
While on a trip to any Hawai'ian island, almost everyone recommends a Lu'au as a must attend cultural event. Having skipped it on our last visit to Hawai'i,...
So fun! I booked this months in advance for my husband and I on our honeymoon. We ended up getting front row seats!! The performance was amazing. Fire...