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Haleo Luau

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Haleo Luau

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Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay 78-128 Ehukai Street, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740
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linedancer51 wrote a review Feb 2021
Tucson, Arizona5 contributions3 helpful votes
The Haleo Luau at the Sheraton Kona Resort was an enjoyable evening for us. The entertainment was very good. All of the dancers and musicians were wonderful. The fire dancer was spectacular! The MC did a really nice job of explaining some of the history & culture of Hawaii Island and the immediate area around Keauhou Bay . Since this luau happened during Covid 19, with all of the CDC restrictions, it included a plated dinner rather than a buffet dinner. The food was just OK, but nothing special. Some of the food offerings were definitely not tasty, and a buffet would have given us the choices of what we wanted to eat. It would have been better, not only with a buffet with multiple food choices, but receiving a lei to wear should have been included in the price. Every luau guest should be given a lei to wear!! The location was beautiful on the grassy area of the Sheraton Kona Resort. I feel that the price was high for the limited food of a plated dinner and not including a lei for each guest.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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SinginSuzi wrote a review Jan 2021
Bremerton, Washington187 contributions109 helpful votes
After working for nearly a year to bring my entire family of 12 out to Hawaii the final event was the luau at the Sheraton. I had called several times and made specific arrangements being that we had such a large family several birthdays etc. When we got there none of the arrangements had been accommodated. Pau, The on-site event director worked magic to make sure that our family had a spectacular time. It had to be inside because of weather and the food was plated because of Covid but the dancers were great, everyone had a great time and the service was very much appreciated.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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David H wrote a review Feb 2020
Texas Gulf Coast, Texas1 contribution
Plenty of parking. Great food and a really fun show. Even learned a little.about Hawiian culture and history.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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mahologirl wrote a review Feb 2020
Seattle, Washington16 contributions12 helpful votes
I’ve taken my family to four luaus on three islands. Of those, this was the smallest show I’ve been to in terms of the number of tables and guests as well as performers. That was nice—we’ve been to some Huge venues and it felt more Intimate this time. The performers were adept at storytelling and the dancers knew their routines and executed perfectly. In terms of an authentic experience, this did not meet my expectations given that there wasn’t a pig in the ground or traditional ceremony in preparing the pig. The food was good, no complaints there. My kids enjoyed the interactive games at the start of the evening, that was something they haven’t been able to experience yet. I also felt for the MC who was our principal storyteller. It was a Monday night crowd with what seemed like a pretty subdued and straight laced audience and she and the others on stage did a great job of working to get audience participation given the naturally quiet vibe of the patrons. Kudos to them. Overall I would recommend the experience and tell any future luau goers not to sweat getting there super early to “get in line” because all the tables could see the show clearly whether it was up front or in the back. And wear flip flops so you can sink your toes into the Sheratons lush grass under the table and also so you be nimble on your feet to play the sticks game :-)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tracy L wrote a review Feb 2020
Portland, Oregon21 contributions7 helpful votes
Not the best Luau I have been to, it's basically a buffet with about a 45 minute show. What it lacked was the Imu ceremony (removal of the pig from the pit) and a variety of food. The dancers were okay, the men were older not young muscular men that you see it the picture and only one man did a flame routine. It was a Monday night so maybe after the weekend crowd they use the "B" team for a couple of days, either way this was definitely not worth the 115.00 /pp. After the Luau , my friends and it would have been better to spend the 350$ on a really nice seafood restaurant, next time that's what we will do..
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Date of experience: January 2020
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