Kaanapali Westin Wailele Polynesian Luau



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The Wailele Polynesian Luau at Kaanapali's renown Westin Maui Resort & Spa is Maui's newest luau, featuring a scrumptious buffet dinner. Located at the Aloha Pavilion which is surrounded by lush tropical plants and waterfalls, breathtaking ocean and sunset views, your luau showcases an impeccable and mesmerizing Polynesian Revue of exciting and vibrant dances of Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand as well as Samoa's famous fire-knife dancers.  Also included is an open bar (all drinks included!), guest interactive activities such as coconut husking, poi ball demonstration and more!
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"The new Wailele Polynesian Luau at the Westin Resort in Maui, Hawaii was excellent. We've been to a very cheesy luau on Oahu, and didn't want that experience, so we avoided the others on Maui. The Old... "

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  • Welcome drinks & shell lei upon arrival (Premium guests enjoy VIP lounge & open bar while waiting to be seated)
  • Comfortable seating surrounded by lush greenery & waterfalls
  • Choose between Traditional or Premium Seating (premium stage views)
  • Polynesian Village Interactive Cultural Activities
  • Conch Shell & Tiki Torch Lighting Ceremony
  • Beautiful Sunset Views
  • Open bar including Mai-Tais, Blue Hawaiians, Mixed Cocktails, Beer, Wines, Sodas, Juice & more!
  • Delicious Gourmet Buffet Style Dinner
  • Polynesian Luau Show with 5-person Fire-Knife dancing Grand Finale

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Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays @ 5:30 pm
Also available on Sundays during the months of June, July & August.

Duration: 3 hours

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  Reviewed by Kenzie Nichols, April 2014

"This luau was great! I took my boyfriends sister who was visiting us here in Maui. It was her first luau and she had a great time as well! The food was fantastic and the buffet tables were set up very nicely. The emcee was hilarious and really made everyone have a carefree, relaxing time. The show itself was amazing. My favorite part was the 4 fire performers that performed all at once! Super cool. Overall was one of my favorite activities I've done here! Highly recommended"

  Reviewed by Makekau, August 2012

"The show was fantastic!!! Will definitly recommend. The food tasted great but I prefer a buffet. I left still hungry. I would suggest reminding guests not to talk during the show. The people we were sitting with were so rude and talked throughout the show. Overall the show and service was great!"

  Reviewed by Jim, July 2012

"The new Wailele Polynesian Luau at the Westin Resort in Maui, Hawaii was excellent. We've been to a very cheesy luau on Oahu, and didn't want that experience, so we avoided the others on Maui. The Old Lahaina Luau is well reviewed, but doesn't have fire dancers, so we chose the Westin and were not disappointed. It's a smaller, intimate venue overlooking the sea and sunset, right on the Westin grounds. Some luaus have up to 700 attendees, this one was in the 130 range- much nicer. If you don't pay for premium seating, it's "festival seating", so many wait in line to get the best tables, but the staff serves Mai Tais and kid's drinks while you're in line. (You don't have to wait in line unless you want to, but any seat would be fine) All cocktails are included, the photos are not, but they're very good. The advantage of the Westin luau is in the table seating and service. No lines at a bad buffet, real table service with family style platters on a lazy susan on your table with comfortable chairs on a stone pavilion- no sitting in sand. Tables are for 8 or 9. And the food was excellent. Every item from appetizers to desserts was terrific. The show was really good, the music was top notch, the performers were outstanding and the emcee was funny, engaging, not a sleaze bag, and actually was a great singer. There were 5 fire knife dancers plus the third generation fire performer who led them all in the finale. Awesome. Everything about this evening was just right. Even celebrity patrons! Only zinger was the $20-$25 for the photos- a bit steep. I would recommend this luau- you can't go wrong. It is around $105 for adults and $75 or so for kids, but everyone enjoyed it from our 6 and 11 year old kids to our 70 year old parents! Nice!-+"

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