Luau at The Westin Maui Ka’anapali

Westin Maui
West Maui
Dinner Included
Open Bar Included
Live Music
Performers on stage with fire

Highlights

  • Spectacular Samoan fire knife dance
  • Emceed entertainment with audience participation
  • Performances depicting Hawaiian and Polynesian culture and history
  • All-you-can-eat feast with variety of Hawaiian dishes
  • Open bar with mai tais, tropical cocktails, local beer, and wine
  • Adjacent to Ka’anapali Beach
From
$115 per adult
  • Evening
  • Duration 2.25 hours

Pricing & Availability

Overview

Experience the tastes and sights of Hawaiian culture and history with the Wailele Polynesian Luau at the oceanfront Westin Maui in Ka’anapali. You’ll enjoy an all-you-can-eat feast of Hawaiian cuisine, an open bar, emceed entertainment with laugh-out-loud audience participation, and authentic performances with vibrant costumes from Hawaii, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa culminating in the exciting fire-knife dance. All of this takes place in an open-air pavilion adjacent to the beach and with a backdrop of cascading waterfalls among palm trees and tiki torches.
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TravelShack's Choice

Why we recommend this option over others
Review by TravelShack Team
  • Exciting fire-knife dance
  • Comical host entertains the crowd
  • If staying in Ka’anapali, likely only a stroll along the beach pathway (no need to drive)
  • Servers can bring you drinks at table (no need to stand in line at bar)

Times

October 1 - March 31:
Doors open at 5 pm for Premium Guests, 5:15 pm for Standard Guests. Program begins around 5:45. Ends around 8 pm.

April 1 - September 30:
Doors open at 5:30 pm for Premium Guests, 5:45 pm for Standard Guests. Program begins around 6:15. Ends around 8:30 pm.

Pricing

Reserved Premium Seating & First to Buffet (usually sells out)
Age 13+: $135
Age 6-12: $80
Age 5 & under: Free

Standard Seating (first come, first served)
Age 13+: $115
Age 6-12: $65
Age 5 & under: Free

Holiday Pricing: $10 more per adult on Easter (April 1), Thanksgiving (Nov 22), Christmas (Dec 25), and New Year's Eve (Dec 31).

Location

  • West Maui
Westin Maui Resort Ka’anapali

Distance
40-60 min from Kihei/Wailea
Guidebook Reviews

Maui Revealed Guidebook:

A luau can be a blast, and, if your time allows for one, they are highly recommended. The better ones are at the higher price end, and you should book them in advance.

Westin Luau’s food is good, the lit palm trees behind the stage provide an alluring backdrop, they have the best open bar, and they have a great fire knife finale.

Fodor's Guidebook:

Luaus are a major attraction. You get what you pay for, and many of the best book weeks or months in advance, so reserve early. Plan your luau night early on in your trip to help you get into the Hawaiian spirit.

Moon Guidebook:

Attending a luau is like going to dinner theater. It’s a good opportunity to try a lot of local foods at once. If you really enjoy a good Broadway show, then you might enjoy a luau, and kids seem to love them.

Of the numerous luaus in Ka’anapali, the best show is at the Westin Maui. The fire dancers here are the best, and the food is above average.

Frequently Asked Questions
Terms and Conditions
Cancellation Policy
  • No refunds after 48 hours prior to activity time
Tax added at checkout
  • 4.166% Hawaii sales tax (GET)