Seating closer to the Stage
Table assignments are based on when your reservations were booked.
Aloha, we are excited to announce that with the recent roll back of the Hawaii Safe Travels Restrictions the Wailele Luau will be going back to an all you can eat full buffet offering of our local Hawaiian dishes starting on Tuesday, April 26, 2022.
This additionally allows us to welcome you to our family style seating which encompasses the Hawaiian tradition of coming together.
We can’t wait to welcome you and your guests to the incredible show that captures the history & culture of the Hawaiian Islands!
Aloha Friends! The Wailele Luau will host 3 special shows through the remainder of 2020
Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve. We hope to see you soon!
Energize your evening at The Westin Maui Resort & Spa’s Wailele Luau. Our redesigned Kaanapali luau is held at our beautiful Aloha Pavilion, alongside the Ocean where a beautiful sunset will start off your Lu’au Experience.
Aloha! Starting January 1st 2023-we will have a few changes to our luau.
Ohana seating table assignments will be based on when your reservations are booked.
We will also have a modified menu that will be updated on January 1, 2023.
We thank you for your patience as we work to better enhance your Wailele Luau experience!
Enjoy a superb all you can eat Hawaiian buffet with traditional selections for an authentic experience.
Our show dates are Tuesday, Thursday and/or Sunday. Additional shows on Wednesday and/or Friday during summer and holidays. Days are subject to change. Check your confirmation e-mail for check-in times. Duration is approximately 3 hours.
*Starting January 1, 2023-Pricing will start from $250.00*
*Starting January 1, 2023-Pricing will start from $210.00*
Guests will be seated in order of arrival
*Starting January 1, 2023-Table Assignments are based on when your reservations are booked*
Staged outdoors amidst a scenic oceanfront setting alongside Kaanapali Beach, this intriguing luau performance and dinner show is held on-site at The Westin Maui Resort & Spa and showcases stories of demi-god Maui, ancient Hawaiian kahiko with traditional costumes and Hawaiian awana with a grander spectrum, leading up to the island’s most extreme ﬁre knife dance ﬁnale.