Hyatt Kaanapali Luau – Preferred Seating
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Hyatt Kaanapali Luau Preferred Seating is the premium package for The Drums of the Pacific luau at the Hyatt. This luau is a Polynesian Review featuring dances from Tahiti, Tonga, New Zealand, Hawaii and Samoan fire-knife dancers. A delicious buffet, spacious seating, and tableside service; it’s no wonder the Hyatt Luau consistently receives the great reviews. Every seat at the Hyatt Maui Luau has great views of the stage. For the first time visitor, a luau should be included in your list of things to do in Maui. Those with Hyatt Kaanapali Luau Preferred Seating tickets will enjoy center section seating in the first two rows, a VIP entrance which will speed up the check-in process, as well as early access to the buffet! These are great seats that provide a superior experience for viewing the show.
Drums of the Pacific Buffet Menu
Main Entree Selections:
Huli Huli Chicken
Sides & Salad Selections:
Polynesian Fried Rice
Massive Tropical Fruit Selection
Lomi Lomi Salmon
Tossed Green Salad Island Dressing
Taro Rolls & Much More
Dessert Bar Featuring:
Macadamia Nut Cream Pie
Haupia with Toasted Coconut
The Hyatt Kaanapali Luau Preferred Seating offers an open bar that is sure to quench your thirst with all you can drink cocktails including beer, wine, mixed cocktails, Mai Tais or fruit punch.
A Valid photo ID is required to consume alcohol.
Hyatt Luau Preferred Seating
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Hyatt Regency Hotel & Spa in Kaanapali Beach
GPS: 200 Nohea Kai Drive, Lahaina Hawaii 96761.
Use self-parking behind the hotel. Free with validation
48-hour cancellation policy
It was okay.
The grass skirts were all unnatural colors, like they were plastic, not grass/straw.
Food was....fine. Had better had worse.
Seating was cramped. Long tables (think high school lunch) where the seats were arm rest on arm rest. Waiter was nice, drinks after the initial walk in drink were heavy pours.
The part of the show after dinner, was a sales pitch disguised as a fashion show. The dancers were all quite talented and put on a good show.
The venue was off the beach, you could hear the waves but couldn’t see the sand or water.
Overall, I had a fun night and I’m glad I went. It’s basically a “play” with a stage and all. Not sure I would go again but was worth the price of admission.
Very well organized with plenty of seating
You are not crammed together. The drinks were good, the food could of been warmer but they are feeding a very large crowd. The show was great with lots of audience participation.
I've been to other luaus and this was not appealing. The audience was distracted with their own conversations. Too much time between dancers. Some singing. It just wasn't constant dancing. Food was good. Loved the fans they handed out when you registered. I would not go back. I really wanted our cousins to experience a real and exciting luau and this was not it. You did have time to shop, though, due to time gaps between shows. They sold leis for $5 which was a highlight. Our waiter was very friendly and comical, but you could tell he was tired as the show dragged on. We left a little early, which we've NEVER done before.
What a beautiful experience to be a part of. The story told through hand, heart, soul and love for the culture shines through in a way to surely shed a tear and lend to a thousands smiles. The food was a bonus of spectacular flavors. If your are vegan you will be in heaven with the many tasty salads!
Good food, good drinks (not watered down at all). Not a lot of food choices for picky kids until dessert, which had a wide and yummy selection. Our luau was almost rained out and we appreciated management doing their best to make us comfortable while we waited for the rain to move on. They handed out ponchos and kept the drinks flowing -- the servers worked extra hard that night and we appreciated it.
Show itself is just "meh" -- the announcer/emcee is kind of annoying. But the hula dancers and fire dancers were very skilled.