Grand Wailea Luau Maui

The Grand Luau at Honua'ula

Specials Grand Wailea Luau

regular price $12000


Test Alvraro 8/26/16

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The Grand Luau at Honua'ula, located at the Grand Wailea Resort and Spa, in beautiful Wailea beach, combines a fun and exciting Polynesian show, delicious Hawaiian food, open bar and beautiful sunset. Get ready for an evening you will never forget!



"Nice experience "

Read More Robert Chavez June 2017


  • Magical Polynesian Revue 
  • Hula dancing, acrobatics & 2-times World champion fire-knife dancer
  • Most beautiful sunset setting on Maui!**
  • Shell Lei greeting
  • Delicious Hawaiian all-you-can-eat dinner buffet
  • Open Bar 
  • Photo opportunities with cast members in full costume
  • Hula lessons & Hawaiian Lawn Games
  • Free validated Valet Parking at the Grand Wailea Resort & Spa

**Luau reserves the right to move function indoors in the event of rain or high winds and in such cases will not offer refunds.

Days & Hours

Available on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays.
4:00 PM check-in and table selection.

Please note if you're unable to select a date when the luau is usually available, it means that specific night may be already sold out, or reserved as a private, etc.

Duration: 3 hours

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  Reviewed by Robert Chavez , June 2017

"Nice experience "

  Reviewed by Susan, June 2017

"We went with another couple who have been several times. They have been to other Luau's and said this one had the best drinks, food, entertainment. All I can say is that I think I had a great time (the Mai Tai's may have influenced me a bit!) Thoroughly enjoyed--suggest coming early, signing up, and then stopping in the hotel lobby for a drink--and listening to some Island music. Much more enjoyable than sitting and waiting in the hot sun. Wish I was back there (sigh). "

  Reviewed by Mojda Waterman, March 2017

"The food was mediocre and best and the drinks were alright. The show was beautiful but definitely not worth the $100 entrance fee especially because you can watch the show from outside the grounds. I'd research a better luau. "

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