As the conch sounds and the torches are lit on the Sunset Terrace of the Hyatt Regency, embark on an exciting journey through the Polynesian islands. Polynesian culture demands that visitors be are welcomed as guests, treated well, fed well and greeted with songs and dances; a luau is an expression of hospitality.
Check-in 5:15 pm
Non-Refundable Cancellation Policy: Parties of 9 or less, cancellations accepted until 10:00am on the day before the event. Cancellations after 10:00am or "no-shows" are a full charge. Parties of 10 or more 48 hours.
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
My husband and I attended our first La’ua while in Maui. The Drums of The Pacific was a wonderful show. The La’ua tells stories of the islands that make us the Polynessian islands, including Hawaii. The drums/music and color costumes were wonderful. The food was very good, with an open bar for the entire event. Our server was excellent and he kept us replenished with beverages. Highly recommend attending on La’ua.
I was pleasantly surprised by the luau, as I am usually somewhat disappointed in the food options most places have for us non-traditional eaters. I thought the buffet was great, each dish had a sign labeling it gluten-free and/or vegan. There were many food options outside of the meats, including roasted veggies, salads, rice, fruit, etc. There was even a GF dessert option (banana bread/cake). The show kept my kids entertained, especially the fire dancers. That said, the dancing portion was a bit long, over an hour I think, when 30 minutes would have probably been enough. Also, parking was free at the hotel and we went early and got to see the hotel's cool birds (penguins, flamingos, swans). Overall, glad we went and well worth the cost!
The show, the venue, the overall service and the drinks were excellent. The food was buffet style and average but all you can eat. You will need to get there early and stand in line for 90 minutes or more to get good seats.
Biggest tip: GET HERE EARLY! The line is LONG and you're waiting in the sun! We got here at 4:40pm and were first in line (thankfully with 3 kids in tow)....
My husband and I went to Maui for our honeymoon and being that we've never been to the island we decided to ask the concierge of our hotel which luau she...
We came here with our kids on Sunday April 7th. Listen, if you come to a luau it needs to be for the history lesson. The food is terrible, not only...