Hyatt Luau – Drums of the Pacific

5.00 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)
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This luau features Polynesian drums and dancing, an open bar and an excellent buffet. Journey through the islands of Polynesia as the “Drums of the Pacific” dancers tell stories of the islands through authentic, exciting song and dance.

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Hyatt Luau Drums of the Pacific is one of Maui’s best luaus, guaranteed.

The sound of a conch shell summons you to the beginning of one of the longest running luaus in Maui – Drums of the Pacific at the magnificent Hyatt Maui Resort and Spa on Ka’anapali Beach. The Hyatt luau is set just off the sand in the Sunset Terrace pavilion, where you are greeted by your gracious hosts with a lei and welcome drink. This celebration offers three tiers of seating for the festivities and viewing enjoyment. VIP guests are granted front row seating near the stage, flower leis upon arrival, and first choice in the buffet line. Preferred seats are in the second row with a handmade ti-leaf lei. General admission seating is third row and beyond, and guests are warmly received with a shell lei greeting. In every section, be prepared for a delicious feast, enchanting music, and captivating dance!

While enjoying pre-show entertainment and traditional Hawaiian music, visit arts-and-crafts vendors and cultural demonstrations. Observe the authentic imu ceremony, where your kalua pork has been roasted in a traditional underground oven. When the buffet is ready, take your palate on a journey. Explore popular menu items such as kalua pork, huli huli chicken, island fish, fried rice, seasonal vegetables, and fresh tropical fruit. Local favorites and luau staples include poi, coconut-creamed taro, pancit noodles, ahi poke and lomi lomi salmon. The Tiki Bar is open at the Hyatt luau, and includes mai tais, beer, wine, cocktails, tropical juices, and sodas. Swing by the dessert buffet for chocolate macadamia nut brownies, pineapple upside-down cake, bread pudding, and the traditional coconut custard, haupia!

After dinner, sit back and relax as you watch the native dances of the Polynesian islands of Hawaii, Tahiti, the Tuamotus, Rarotonga, New Zealand, Tonga, and Samoa. From the Island of Tahiti, dancers pay homage to their Polynesian ancestors who navigated to Hawaii with only their expert knowledge of the stars and sea. Journey over two thousand miles from Tahiti to the islands of Hawaii, as the Hawaiian hula tells a story honoring the west side of Maui. Try to keep up with the fast drums and hip shaking as the Hyatt luau carries you away to the coral atolls of French Polynesia. Follow the beautiful story from Rarotonga as they tell of the Tavake bird that led ancestors to a new land. Be intimidated by the face-painted Maori warriors as they showcase their battle skills with poi ball, spear thrusting and tongue sticking. Don’t forget to take plenty of pictures and video to share with your friends!

Depart from one of the greatest luaus in Maui feeling well fed, enchanted by dance, and embraced by Hawaiian hospitality. Your special evening is a demonstration of aloha, as the Hyatt luau dancers welcome you – the island visitors, to the magical islands of Hawaii.

Check in time is 5:00pm October – March, 5:30pm April – September.
Location: Hyatt Resort and Spa
200 Nohea Kai Drive, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761

3 reviews for Hyatt Luau – Drums of the Pacific

  1. Lynette I.
    5 out of 5

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    It was great! The dancers were amazing. Having Kia free is great because they don’t eat anything anyway! Great service too! The food was very good . I would do it again

  2. Sandy M.
    5 out of 5

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    Awesome luau which we have been going to the last three years with our kids.

  3. Barry M.
    5 out of 5

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    The food, the setting, and the show were all excellent! (This was our 2nd time to this luau.) My only complaint: The check-in people need to act like they are HAPPY we are there – we felt as though they looked at us as a nuisance. Even the front desk gave us walking directions that were WAY out and around from where we needed to go. Not bad for me, but my 87 year old mother was exhausted by the time we got to the check-in table. Then when we got there, the ladies had zero personality and couldn’t answer any of our questions. Great show though!

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