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Maui Nui Luau
US $198 PER PERSON
Formerly awarded the title of ‘America’s Best Beach,’ a beachfront lawn fronting Kaʻanapali Beach is the setting for the Sheraton’s Maui Nui Luau at Black Rock. This ultra entertaining, family-friendly, west Maui luau option is ideal for families, couples, and groups of friends, and includes world-class views of Maui’s neighbor islands and kicks off with a torch lighting and cliff diving ceremony at Puʻu Kekaʻa, also known as Black Rock. Read Sheraton Maui Luau Reviews.
What To Expect
- • Lei Greeting
- • Luau Show
- • Imu Ceremony
- • Table Service
- • Open Bar
- • Hula Lessons
- • Cliff Diving Torch Lighting
- • Fire Knife Dancing Finale
- • Meet the Cast (photos)
MORE ABOUT THE SHERATON LUAU
Celebrate Polynesian culture and traditions with classic luau entertainment like an imu ceremony, Pareo fashion show, Hawaiian arts and crafts demonstrations, and musical and dance performances from Hawaii, New Zealand, Tahiti, Rarotonga and Samoa, including fire knife dancing and more.
Feast on traditional Hawaiian fare with three full courses, which include dishes like Asian somen salad, slow roasted kalua pork, island style pulehu chicken, Upcountry greens, Maui Gold Pineapple salad, mac salad, Hawaiian fried rice, lomi lomi salmon, grilled fish with lemongrass butter sauce and more, with desserts like macadamia chantilly cake, chocolate haupia bars and Molokai sweet potato crunch. Cocktail only options are available in addition to a full bar of beer, wine and hand-crafted cocktails offered throughout the evening.
What's the different between Standard, Premium and the new Family Seating?
Since COVID, The Maui Nui Luau at Black Rock only offers one kind of seating, Family Seating. You’ll have your own private table for your party, and an all-you-can-eat buffet to satisfy your appetite. If things go back to how they were before COVID-19, tickets will be offered as standard or premium.
With premium seating your table will be in the first 2 rows, right up next to the stage. You’re also allowed to enter earlier than the standard guests. If you’re dead set on being in the first row, it’s best to come a bit early. You also get first chance at the buffet.
Check-in Time: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (currently) at 4:30 pm.
Check-in Location: On the Luau grounds at the Sheraton Maui Resort and Spa. 2605 Kaanapali Parkway, Lahaina, HI 96761
Parking: Parking in the structure is FREE with validation, and valet for $5 (with validation).
COVID-19: ALL COVID restrictions have ended as of March 26, 2022.
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Sheraton Maui LUAU REVIEWS
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I've always been attracted to events that celebrate the people of an area. I liked the hula dancers, which depicted the story of ancient Hawaiian lore and mythology, as well as the fire dancing. The dancers were all so graceful and talented. I had an amazing time at the Sheraton Luau and very much recommend it.
We enjoyed the Sheraton Maui Luau which was located next to the beach where one can see the beautiful sunset Happy to see many vegetable (healthy) options in the buffet table. We bought the photo from the Luau photographer (Martin C.) who took beautiful pictures of us. In the rush of packing and traveling, somehow the precious photo was misplaced. Sheraton provided us his contact info. We called Martin and asked for his help regarding our dilemma. He went beyond expectation to help us obtain another copy of the photo we lost. Martin was kind, funny, and helpful. A shout out to Martin for his excellent service. Thank you Martin! It is because of wonderful people like you which makes the Sheraton Maui Luau memorable and worth coming back to. We will treasure our Sheraton Maui Luau photo forever.
Really, the pinnacle (and reason they save it for last) is the fire dancing show. WOW! So impressive. These guys must have been charred head to toe in learning this. Amazing show! Bravo!
I've attended 2 other luaus in the last trips to Maui: Old Lahaina Luau and Royal Lahaina Luau. I liked how you could sit on the ground at Old Lahaina Luau. It's said to be the best, but I disagree. The Royal Lahaina Luau didn't hold a match to either of them. But the Andaz Luau was truly special. 1st class all the way, from service to the performances and food. Loved it!
You really ought to have more than 3 days per week available. I'm staying at the Sheraton and all 3 nights that I'm here are already sold out. Not cool.