Don't go for the food. It was fine but nothing special. The Hawaiian musical group was very good and the show was entertaining.
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This is another must do. The Alii Luau has a good range of Polynesian style food. it is self serve but there was plenty by way of roasts, fish and salads. Desert as also good with a range of fruits and desert cake. If you...More
Stopped here on a circle island tour and ate at the buffet. Was very well presented and good variety. Clean and service was excellent. Would like to visit the entire site sometime when I get back.
The PCC is the place to be in Hawaii because in a few hours you know more of the island and his inhabitants and the culture
Wish there was a little more variety on food, but all in all very filling. If you're a picky eater, you're not going to want to eat the food but the Luau us definitely Polynesian entertainment at it's finest!!! All of the entertainers and performers...More
The luau entertainment reminded me of a cruise ship show. The food was disappointing. The star of the night was the show after the luau in the main theater. The dancers were amazing. It’s a must see! Since this an LDS property no alcohol is...More
This place is geared for tourists who have never experienced another culture who want to feel like they are inclusive All the tour guides and the MC at the Luau continual ask the audience can everyone say "fill in a Polynesian word here e.g. Aloha"....More
The Luau had a tremendous array of food and deserts. Various specialty drinks are sold at the tables in addition to those included on the buffet. I had the best food on the islands at this Luau. I also found it interesting that as a...More
It's nice to be able to say we, went to a luau, but we did not find the show or dinner particularly outstanding. The food was kinda boring, actually, with very disappointing desserts. But after a day of walking around in the sun, we needed...More