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The Royal Hawaiian Celebration - Aha'aina Luau
In ancient times the Hawaiian people would gather together to celebrate auspicious occasions with a feast. These celebrations were held for many reasons, including to honor a great victory in war, a noble warrior, a bountiful harvest, or the birth of a new child. The Hawaiians believed that it was important to honor their gods and to seek their fellowship, help or pardon. They believed that prosperity should be shared with family and friends. This celebration was called aha'aina meaning 'gathering for a meal'.
Aha Aina, A Royal Luau Celebration commemorates Helumoa's rich history and cultural significance. We celebrate Waikiki and The Royal Hawaiian in an epicurean journey through time.
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Aha 'Aina is a truly indigenous celebration set on the Ocean Lawn of The Royal Hawaiian, A Luxury Collection Resort, just steps from Waikiki Waters and with Diamond Head as the majestic background. Included in Waikiki's premier luau is an open bar serving handcrafted tropical cocktails or anything else you might request during your evening with us.
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Creation - A Polynesian Journey
Waikiki's Top Polynesian Show, Creation - A Polynesian Journey can be enjoyed at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel (our sister hotel just a block away). This Tihati Production is the most unique Polynesian show on the island and includes authentic costumes, spellbinding drama and illusions that leave one awe struck. Magic fills the air as you are transported on a journey through the South Pacific and the delicate Princess Titukua vanishes into thin air. In Samoa, the hearty laughter of celebration is topped with a spectacular fire knife dance.
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Just 45 minutes and 100 years away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki, enjoy a tropical evening at this backyard-style luau on the beach. Witness the imu (roasting pit) ceremony and help yourself to an all you can eat feast. The evening is highlighted by Germaine's musical "tour" of Polynesia and culminates with a Samoan fire knife dance.
Time: 4:30pm to 10:00pm
Magic of Polynesia Show
The Magic of Polynesia, starring John Hirokawa, winner of the Merlin Award, is a dazzling world-class production. Hawaiian legends unfold before your eyes. Mystifying illusions and special effects take the art of magic to its outer limits.
Time: Dinner Show (Nightly) - 6:45pm seating / Show Only (Nightly) - 7:30pm seating
Beverages available for purchase.
Paradise Cove Luau
Hawaii's most secluded nightly luau on a private 12-acre beach estate 45 minutes from Waikiki. Enjoy the spectacular sunset, beach coves and native huts. Participate in island games and crafts, then sit down to a feast and the colorful and lively show.
Buffet Package - 2 standard drinks:
Pricing: Adults $86.00 / Youth (13 to 20 years) $76.00 / Children (4 to 12 years) $66.00 / Children 3 & under are admitted free of charge providing they do not take a dinner plate or have their own seat at the show
Orchid Luau Buffet Package - Preferred seating (mid section). 2 standard drinks and 1 premium drink:
Pricing: Adults $116.00 / Youth (13 to 20 years) $102.00 / Children (4 to 12 years) $90.00 / Children 3 & under are admitted free of charge providing they do not take a dinner plate or have their own seat at the show.
Deluxe Package - Front section seating or in an elevated "box" area with a great view of the show and table service. 2 standard drinks and 2 premium drinks:
Pricing: Adults $149.00 / Youth (13 to 20 years) $133.00 / Children (4 to 12 years) $121.00 / Children 3 & under are admitted free of charge providing they do not take a dinner plate or have their own seat at the show.
Polynesian Cultural Center
One of Hawaii's most popular visitor attractions is located on Oahu's North Shore. The center brings to life the traditions, history and hospitality of seven Pacific cultures. Several packages offer the convenience of choosing to enjoy the center for half a day or for an entire day of adventure, complete with spectacular night show, exciting presentations at the seven Polynesian villages, the Pageant of the Long Canoes, an IMAX ticket, and all you can eat American dinner buffet or Hawaiian Luau Buffet. Please note due to the center being a Mormon establishment, no alcohol is served on the premises.
Operates daily except Sunday.
Pricing: Adults $94.71 / Children (5 to 11 years) $79.26
Luau Dinner Package:
Pricing: Adults $117.37 / Children (5 to 11 years) $92.65
Pricing: Adults $150.33 / Children (5 to 11 years) $114.28
Society of Seven Show
Hawaii's most theatrical showmen, the SOS integrate sounds of the 50's and 60's, Country, Western, Broadway and contemporary Hawaiian music into a fast-paced show that will leave you breathless and wanting more. Includes one exotic cocktail (other beverages available for purchase).
Pricing: Adults $45.02 / Youth (4 to 20 years) $26.17
All above listed prices are subject to change without notice.