Energize your evening at the Westin Maui Resort & Spa’s spectacular Wailele Polynesian Luau. Join us amid the lush tropical gardens for an intimate performance. Discover the wonders of Hawai’i and Polynesia; experience the culture and traditions through authentic songs and dances. Indulge in the exotic flavors of our traditional luau cuisine and tropical beverages.
Po’ohala Productions’ creative team designed Wailele Luau at The Westin Maui Resort & Spa. The dinner show utilizes the elements of earth, fire and water to reflect the rich Polynesian culture through superb performances with vibrant costumes.
Tropical gardens and tiki torches present the perfect setting for guests to embark on an exciting journey to the Polynesian Islands, where dance was considered not just a form of entertainment but also a way of telling stories.
Highlights include the story of Pele, Goddess of Fire and a performance dedicated to Wailele (waterfalls). The show features dances from Hawai’i, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa.
The breathtaking finale is Maui’s most extreme fire-knife dance performance, led by one of Hawaii’s finest fire-knife dance performers.
Enjoy a superb Hawaiian meal served buffet style with traditional selections for an authentic experience. The show includes a free flow of drinks all evening, including Mai Tais made with Maui Pineapple Rum, along with signature cocktails, local beers, sodas and fruit juices.
Shows are on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings; additional days are often added during the summer and holiday seasons.
We’ve been to several luaus over the years but this was by far the best. Spaced nicely so you get some drinks, then entertainment then food followed by a terrific show. The food was great, especially the kalua pork, and the steamed fish and Dave kept the Mai Tai’s coming as long as we wanted them. They also offer an open full bar so you can have other drinks, beers and wine as opposed to the few standards most other luau’s offer. The show is great and the fire show is the best as advertised. If you have the opportunity this is the luau to attend.
Jack M, Draper, Utah
This is a small luau compared to the Old Lahaina Luau. This one I think has better food. Lots of free drinks, great staff. And fire dancers yeah. We did the premium seating for $130 person, was it worth the extra. Not sure it made too much of a difference, the seating is good everywhere for the most part.
Nancy J, Columbus, OH
We had a group of 17 people attend this Luau and everyone loved it! Great from beginning to end. Loved the host. He was very funny! Dancers were great! Food was very good (except poi–which everyone should try to say you had it). Don’t know how the fire dancers do it–we were sitting on front row and could feel the heat. We paid for premium seating which was well worth it. Everyone was so nice and eager to help out if you had a question. Would definitely recommend this Luau!!!!
Vicky P, Chicago, IL
We’ve been to Hawaii around ten times and go to a luau each time we are with someone who is on their first visit to the islands. This was our fifth luau (third on Maui) and was definitely the best we’ve seen.
Controller 01, Central Louisiana
- Lilikoi Cheesecake
- Pineapple Upside Down Cake
- Coconut Raspberry Cake
- Chocolate Chantilly Cake
*Food allergies can be accommodated with advance notice
*Prices, hours, and menu subject to changes without notice
Open bar features beer, wine, mixed cocktails, mai tais, sodas and fruit punch.
Join us for an unforgettable experience on your vacation. We’ll see you there. ALOHA!!!