Grand Wailea Luau – Premium Seating
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The Grand Wailea Luau is a thoughtful presentation of the legends of Maui. The mermaid of Maui, Karnataka, swooned near the surfers and tried to capture them for fun. The dance of Naulu is a love story – the goddess of the clouds could only visit her lover Kanaloa in the uplands that embraced the clouds of Ulupalakua. These stories of ancient Hawaii create an exciting evening of traditional chant and hula that bring the history of Maui to life. Enjoy an evening of magical enchantment at Honua’ula and discover the culture, history, and legends Hawaii. The Honua’ula Luau begins this fun-filled evening with ancient Hawaiian games and crafts from local artisans, a photo opportunity, and the Imu Ceremony. As the sun sets, the magic of Maui comes alive with the dances that portray the legends, myths, and stories of ancient Hawaii. With colorful costumes, the beat of the Pau Drum, your evening journeys to the past. The Grand Wailea Luau is a presentation of the history of Maui. The only dance not associated with the island of Maui is the Samoan fire knife dance. All the other dances tell the story of Maui.
The show moves through the demi-god Maui with the creation of Maui and spiritually of Haleakala. The Grand Wailea Luau includes aerials to the right of the stage. Since Ulalena came to Maui, everyone believes aerials are the in thing. Well, that’s okay as a little magic in a luau is wonderful. And Maui is filled with magic.
When the Honua’ula Luau was at the Wailea Marriott it was considered the best luau on the south side. The luau earned many awards for their show. The tradition continues at the Grand Wailea as the Honua’ula Luau has redesigned the show with a fresh look.
These are the best seats. The stage is rather low to the ground, so to ensure the best viewing of the show, premium seating is the best selection. As with the standard seating the tables extended beyond the sides of the stage so you should arrive early to get the best seats.
Imu Baked Kalua Pig
Grilled Teriyaki Steak
Sautéed Island Fish
Hawaiian Fried Rice
Stir Fry Vegetables
Lomi Lomi Salmon
Hawaiian Sweet Potatoes
Poi & Poi Rolls
House Potato Salad
Tossed Kula Greens
Oriental Noodle Salad
Cucumber Namau Salad
Fresh Tropical Fruit
Macadamia Nut Cake
Coconut Cream Cake
Chocolate Key Lime Cake
Strawberry Cream Cake
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Bar & Beverage:
Open bar featuring blended drinks, Mai Tais, tropical and mixed drinks. Beer and wine of course.
Non-alcoholic drinks consisting of juice, soda, water and coffee are available throughout the evening.
A valid photo ID is required to consume alcohol.
Grand Wailea Luau Premium Seating
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- Free Cancellation
Meet at Grand Wailea Hotel & Spa
GPS: 3850 Wailea Alanui Drive, Kihei Hawaii 96753
Monday, Thursday, Friday Saturday
48 Hour Cancellation Policy
4:30pm Check-in, 5:00pm Luau
Check-in 30 minutes prior to activity start time.
Duration: 3 hours
You can use the covered garage for parking. Bring your parking ticket for validation. Parking is free with validation.
We were visiting Hawaii for the first time and my Wife wanted to go to a Luau. This was at a really beautiful venue. The staff were very nice and after getting seated and drinks we were able to see an absolutely beautiful sunset.
The band was excellent, with songs from Hawaii as well as others. When we got to go up to the buffet tables I was somewhat disappointed in the food. It reminded me of a typical hotel buffet for the holidays or a convention. Nothing was really bad, but nothing was that great either.
The show however was first class. Great singing, dancing and twirling of flaming items. We all enjoyed the show and it made for a fun and entertaining evening.
The food was amazing and the staff friendly. I wish we would have not been facing the massive hotel for the show kind of kills the atmosphere and the couple of sleepy songs kind of made me sleepy but it was nice. I liked the celebration of taking the pig out of the ground.
We got the discount standard passes from Costco.
We liked that it was something that we had not been to before and was "cool" according to my 14 year old son.
Food quality was above average in our opinion though we don't really have a lot to compare to but in general it was above average. The open bar was somewhat limited but free liquor is always a good thing!
The setup was nice, though, I would have liked to have known that I didn't have to be there with the entire party to "check-in" to get a nice table assignment so, if you do go, and stay nearby nearby, have one person from your party get there about 30 minutes early, get your table assignment, then come back when the tables actually open.
Otherwise, enjoy Maui!
I personally thought the show was disappointing. It was an okay performance but after reading reviews, I was expecting more. The highlight was the singular fire dancer at the end. He did give a really good performance but that was 15 minutes of the show. I would not recommend this show and I will not return to this luau.
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the food was really good. As someone who doesn’t eat pork, there was still plenty for me to eat. The chicken and rice were the highlights in my opinion. They also had poke, which I didn’t try but my husband and others at our table raved about it. The drinks were also very good, and trust me a few are needed for this.
I was a bit annoyed that at one point the narrator forgot her lines and just stopped talking mid-story and left the stage. I get that it’s embarrassing, and I feel for her, but the story is half the show!
Also, the brochure is quite misleading. There were no dancers on stilts. There was no 4-man knife fire dance. There were however 4 men putting out fires with their butts. That was pretty funny but not what’s advertised.
Basically everyone gave a good show but nothing was exceptional. Nobody seemed to really master their performance.
Top notch! The food and drinks were good and there's a decent show while you're eating. The show after dinner is where it's really at though. Great story telling and beautiful music.
I'd like to know the name of the song for the rain cloud over Haleakala, I may have had some sand in my eye during that part ;)