Royal Lahaina Myths of Maui Luau in Lahaina, HI

Royal Lahaina Luau Grounds2780 Keka'a DriveLahaina, Maui, HI 96761
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Overview

Held at the Royal Kona Resort, the Lava, Legends and Legacies Polynesian Luau offers an amazing experience for all ages. Guests are welcomed with beautiful shell leis, followed by a mouthwatering all-you-can-eat Polynesian buffet featuring an unearthing ceremony of the Kalua pua’a (roasted pork), and a high-energy music and dance show. The luau also showcases a Samoan fire knife dance, a traditional imu presentation, Hawaiian arts and crafts, and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Lahaina, Maui Travel Experts
  • Bring your camera for photos with the cast after the show.
  • Features an all-you-can-eat buffet and a kids buffet.
  • Gates open at 6:00 pm.
  • The oceanfront landscapes lead to beautiful photos and memories.

Description

from Royal Lahaina Myths of Maui Luau
Every evening as the sun sets over the crystal blue seas of the Pacific, the sound of a conch shell and the beating of drums signal the start of an exciting Polynesian Luau. Enjoy a breathtaking celebration of traditional Hawaiian, Tahitian and Samoan dance and music as the performers weave the legends of the South Pacific into spellbinding performances.

Highlights include:
  • Prime Oceanfront Location on Kaanapali Beach
  • Aloha Shell Lei Welcoming, photo opportunities and arts & crafts demonstrations
  • Open Bar with standard cocktails, mai tais, beer, wine, soda & fruit punch
  • Traditional Imu (Underground Oven) Presentation
  • An All-You-Can-Eat Hawaiian Luau Buffet with traditional island fare & delicacies
  • Keiki (Children) Buffet
  • Dynamic & lyrical Polynesian revue with Master of Ceremonies, Dancers, Musicians & Fire Artists
  • Fire Dance Finale with all performers


Schedule:
Gates open at 6:00 pm
Pre-show starts at 6:15 pm
Dinner Buffet at 6:30 pm
Show Starts at 7:20 pm

Maui Customer Reviews

2 Reviews
Alyssa Davis
San Diego , CA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Royal Lahaina Luau"
June, 2018
Great show. The worst part is the wait to get in and seated. You have to go early and wait in line. Food and drinks were good!
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Tip: Go early!

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Araceli Arroyo
Corona , CA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Luau on Maui"
May, 2018
Overall it was a pleasant luau. The food was better than we expected from the reviews we had read. The presentation could’ve been a little bit longer. I think a lot of time was spent on just waiting around. We went for our two-year-old to experience Hawaiian culture as she loves musical productions and she seemed to enjoy it.
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Tip: Make sure to take your sun glasses off before they snap your picture

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Planextrip
Saint Joseph
"Entertained from the git go"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 19, 2019 NEW
The show started from the time we were seated until its conclusion whereas the other luaus that I have attended offer a band before the show. Here the band played while we were in line to be seated. The food buffet was good but not special. The desserts, on the other hand, were superior to the other luaus that I have attended. Servers brought drinks around on a regular basis, something I don't recall other luaus doing. The setting was attractive and the sunset was visible from the seats and even better if you got out of your seat and walked to higher level. I bought preferred seating but I don't think there were any "bad" seats.
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ehartlin
"Very Good Show, BUT, Don't Sit Close With a Toddler"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 18, 2019 NEW
We took the more expensive VIP seating. That allowed us to be very close to watch the show. The show was entertaining, with lots of island dancing. I thought the show was very good and inclusive of a variety of island cultures. The food was pretty good, but stick with the fish. It was the best entree. We took our toddler (almost 3 years old) and sat up front. I thought it would be wonderful for him to see everything up close. Well, the show scared him as soon as it started. We were right by the speakers and it was too loud for him. He watched from quite a distance away. We should have thought about how loud the sound would be in you sat up close.
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Norm M
Edmonton, Canada
"Terrible show"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 17, 2019 NEW
So I have gone back and reviewed some of the reviews given and have come to the conclusion that who ever gave it a 4 or 5 was obviously related to someone working at the Hyatt or related to the "actors, actresses" there would be no way someone could think this was good. Even for a free show I probably wouldn't have stayed. This show is way too much the food was terrible. The host really needs to go he was the absolute worst. This show hasn't been updated in about 40yrs and neither has the stage and props. Complete waste of Time and money
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Shannah M
"Worst show ever"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 17, 2019 NEW
I can't believe this is even a thing it was so bad I have seen better at all inclusive resorts yet they charge $150 per person ridiculous the host is an absolute joke and the show is straight from the 50s seriously update already. The food is absolutely awful do yourself a favor and save your money it was the absolute worst show ever
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zofl
Richmond, Virginia
"Not an authentic experience"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 17, 2019 NEW
It felt like we were herded in like cattle with check in taking forever. Parking took 20 minutes as the number of parking spaces was inadequate. Food was decent and the dancers performed competently. Our family left 30 minutes before the end. It did not feel like an exposure to Hawaiian culture; it was more of an exercise designed to make money for the Hyatt Regency.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Royal Lahaina Myths of Maui Luau

What is included in my ticket price?
All guests enjoy exceptional entertainment including photo opportunities of the gorgeous oceanfront or after the show with our performers, arts and crafts, Hawaiian, Tahitian, Samoan and Maori traditional music and dance, and more.

Dinner and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are also included with every purchased ticket. Adults can enjoy an all-you-can-eat Hawaiian Luau Buffet including traditional island fare and delicacies, while the children enjoy their own buffet. Our open bar includes cocktails, Mai Tais, beer, wine, soda, and juice. Guests also can view a traditional Imu (underground oven) ceremony.

What is on the buffet menu?
The buffet menu includes:

Cold Entrees:

  • Green Salad
  • Thousand Island dressing
  • Papaya Seed dressings
  • Macaroni Salad: a combination of elbow macaroni noodles, mayonnaise, shredded carrots, parsley, salt, and pepper.
  • Banana Mandarin Macadamia Nut Salad: a fruit salad including banana, mandarin oranges, coconut flakes, macadamia nuts mixed together with mayonnaise.
  • Cucumber Namasu: a tangy Asian mixture of cucumber, carrots, onions, and rice vinegar
  • Asian Shrimp Salad: fresh watercress, bean sprouts, cucumber, celery, carrots, tomato, bell pepper, onions and shrimp in mixed with oriental dressing.
  • Lomi Lomi Salmon: a Hawaiian recipe of salted salmon, onions, and tomatoes
  • Poi: a Hawaiian delicacy, pounded taro root with water

Sides:
  • Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
  • Whole Kernel Corn
  • Molokai Sweet Potato: a purple sweet potato variety that is steamed and served with coconut syrup and flakes

Hot Entrees:
  • Fried Rice: rice, pan-fried with peas, carrots, garlic, onions, and soy sauce
  • Pan-fried Noodles: chow mein noodles pan fried with onions, carrots, celery, garlic, chives, and soy sauce
  • Huli Chicken on veggie long rice noodles: a recipe of chicken, veggies and long rice noodles marinated in an Asian influenced sauce and baked.
  • Kalua Pork: Roasted pork cooked in the imu, underground oven.
  • Teriyaki Beef
  • Sesame, Honey Island Fish w/ spinach, and a mango, coconut sauce:  a sesame, honey basted fish broiled on spinach, topped with a mango, coconut cream sauce.

Keiki Menu:
  • Chicken Nuggets
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Hot Dogs
  • Potato Chips

Dessert
  • Chocolate Cake with Chocolate frosting
  • White Cake with White Frosting and Coconut Shavings
  • Guava tart: A filling guava jam and vanilla pudding on a tart crust
  • Haupia: A Hawaiian dessert of gelatin coconut pudding
When should I arrive?
The gates open at 6:00 pm with the pre-show beginning at 6:15 pm. We recommend that guests arrive right around 6:00 pm.

Is fire dancing safe?
Yes. Audience members are not in danger when the fire artists and dancers are performing. Our performers and crew are all thoroughly trained in all safety practices in the case of an emergency.

What should I do if I need to cancel my reservation?

You can change your order at NO COST before the cancellation date. To modify the number of tickets, you must cancel the original order and make a new order for the new date or time. This can be done from within your account by logging in or by contacting customer service by telephone. Any additional costs for changes would be charged to a card number you provide for the new purchase. We do not keep your credit card information on file for security purposes.

Any cancellations made by the listed cancellation date will receive a FULL REFUND with absolutely NO CANCELLATION FEES. Any reservations past the cancellation date cannot be changed or canceled.