Sheraton Luau

Sheraton Luau

Polynesian Spectacular at Black Rock

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Sheraton Kaanapali Maui Nui Luau

Rated 3.7 out of 5
(3.7)

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Experience a true Polynesian tradition at the Sheraton Kaanapali Maui Nui Luau in the shadow of world-famous Black Rock at the Sheraton Kaanapali. Included in this luau is a full spread of Polynesian cuisine including Kailua pork, ahi poke, poi, teriyaki steak, and much more! A full open bar with all of the island’s favorite adult beverages is also right at your fingertips. So sit back with a cocktail and enjoy the show! Located center court in the beautiful Sheraton Maui Hotel & Spa the Maui Nui Luau has the best sunsets of any luau in Kaanapali. With a low hedgerow separating the luau grounds from the beach path the Sheraton Luau has an open space concept creating an ambiance that is fresh and alluring. Your Maui luau begins when hosts greet, then escorts you to your table. In the tradition of Hawaiian culture, ancient games from the past are laid out on the grounds and you can test your skills. There are several to enjoy. Poi balls and the spear throwing are the most popular. With the echo of the Conch Shell, the torches are lit and the cliff divers at Black Rock signal the opening ceremonies with the arrival of your host for the evening. Under the direction of Barry Kim, an evening of magic unfolds as the hula dancers tell the story of Hawaii from the ancient pre-contact era to modern hula. Your journey through the history of Hawaii is both magical and entertaining.

The Sheraton Kaanapali Maui Nui Luau is a Polynesian Revue with hula dancing spanning all the island chains that represent the culture of Polynesia. Attired in authentic handmade costumes from each island group the hula dancers weave a story of magic surrounding the myths, legends, and history of how Hawaii came to be. The Samoan fire-knife dance is a dramatic conclusion to the show.

Seating arrangements at the Sheraton Kaanapali Maui Nui Luau Sheraton Luau are different than any other luau in Kaanapali. Moving away from the traditional regimental (long tables) style seating, the Sheraton has round tables. Each table can seat 9 guests. Regardless of the seating style, seats are first to come, first serve. You want to sit facing the stage. In order to secure these seats, you should arrive early. You may wait in line a little longer, but the tradeoff is well worth the wait.

Long ago, when Kaanapali was young, the Sheraton was the only luau in Kaanapali. The beach was wider, there were oceanfront properties that were still vacant, and the Whaler was brand spanking new. My how times have changed. Through the years the Sheraton has been one of the top luaus in Maui.

Standard Seating:

Standard seating is the second row of tables and back. There are only about 5 rows of tables. Although the luau grounds are deep, this luau is the smallest in Kaanapali in terms of the overall guest count. The menu at the Maui Nui Luau is simple, yet diverse. The quality lives up to the standard you would expect from the Sheraton Hotel. Below is a sample of what you can expect to see on the buffet tables.

Sheraton Luau Menu 

Salads:

Up Country Mixed Green Salad with Papaya Seed Vinaigrette or Creamy Garlic-Herb Dressing

Oriental Vinaigrette Cucumber and Maui Onions Salad

Maui Gold Pineapple Salad with Toasted Coconut Flakes

Green Pea and Roasted Mix Nut Salad 

Asian Style Somen Salad with Scallions and Kamaboko 

New Potato Salad with Up Country Herb Vinaigrette 

Main Entrees: 

Slow Roasted Kalua Pork, Steamed Kula Cabbage

Island Style Pulehu Chicken, Soy-Ginger Glaze, Maui Gold Pineapple Salsa Grilled Pacific Catch, Ginger-Lemongrass Butter Sauce

Side Dishes: 

Lomi Lomi Salmon 

Poi 

Hawaiian Style Fried Rice 

Steamed Molokai Sweet Potatoes, Toasted Shaved Coconut with Coconut Butter Glaze Freshly Baked Sweet Taro Rolls, and Whipped Butter 

Desserts: 

Guava Chiffon Cake with Toasted Coconut 

Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cream Pie 

Mango Bread Pudding with Tahitian Vanilla Bean Custard Sauce

Traditional Haupia 

Assorted Cookies 

Beverage & Bar:

Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee, Hot Tea, Fruit Punch, and Water 

Open bar of beer, wine, and Mai Tais.

A valid photo ID is required to consume alcohol.

Booking

Sheraton Luau

  • E-Ticket Delivery
  • Free Cancellation
  • No Booking or Credit Card Fees
per Adult $111.00

Ages 6-12

Total $0.00

Meet in Kaanapali at the Sheraton Maui
GPS: 2605 Kaanapali Parkway, Lahaina Hawaii 96761.

A valid photo ID is required to consume alcohol.

At the Sheraton Maui, we have found it is best to park in the covered garage. Parking is free with validation. You can use valet parking, but expect to pay a fee for the service.

48 Hour Cancellation Policy

Advance Reservations Required

Available Days:
Monday, Wednesday Only

Times:
4:30pm Check-in, 5:00pm Luau

Need Help?

855-268-0387

Reviews

Review Summary

Rated 3.7 out of 5
(3.7)
Maui Nui Luau
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3.7 out of 5 stars

Tess Hoch
Tess Hoch

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

From beginning to end, this was a lot of fun! I went into this with not the best expectations having done some research but I was so wowed! Everything went very smoothly and having come right at 4:10-4:15 pm my family was one of the first in line. We got up close (first come, first serve) to the stage. Open bar and really good tasty food! The dancers are awesome and overall I recommend this place for a cheaper Luau! 🌺🤙🏽

Fred Ashdown
Fred Ashdown

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Had a great time enjoyed the food and unlimited drinks the performance made the night that much better

Alic Wired
Alic Wired

4 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

The show was great, but a bit short. The food was good, but if you like spicy, you need to smuggle in some outside spicy BBQ sauce. Flame performance was spectacular. Open bar was a great thing as well that not too many Luaus offer. The sunset view was great, right from the Luau lawn.

Alanna
Alanna

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Loved every second. Paid for the VIP seating and worth every penny. Got seated first, ate first and had front row seats. I’m a picky eater and loved the variety of food. Plus got a few tattoo, flower for my hair and lei.

The music and dancing was great. Only downside was the price of the photo. $20 for a forced photo is too rich for my blood!!

But everything else was beyond my expectations. Including the free drinks!!

April England
April England

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

The food was amazing! It's also a fun way to learn about polynesian culture, but holy cow the food was good.

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