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We love this luau on Maui in Lahaina. Hard to call it a luau because it is a Feast. Four courses preceded by a welcome drink. Unlimited bar. Great show featuring, Hawaii, New Zealand, Tahiti and Samoa cultural dancers. Right on the beach, they take...More
What an incredible experience! We were so highly impressed by the feast (which, indeed, it was!) and by the excellent performances. We also found the staff to be fabulous and the setting beautiful. Everything about the Feast at Lele was fantastic.
We had attended a more commercial luau 2 nights before attending the Feast At Lele, and this was much more memorable! The setting close to the beach was beautiful at sunset. The food was top notch, with wine pairings offered with each course. Our family...More
Trying to find the one Luau to attend while on Maui. This one was recommended buy a few of the locals. Booked for 6 of us and we were not disappointed.
We were greeted with Mai Tai’s and fresh flower Leis. We were seated on...More
Having been to a number of hotels luaus on Maui, we decided to give the Feast at Lele a chance. The staff was great - helpful and welcoming. I have a food allergy which they were happy to accommodate. The food was definitely better than...More
I was very impressed with the four different courses and the four different acts. We’ve been to a variety of luaus and this one was really neat and different. I really enjoyed the backdrop of the ocean as the sun was setting. Would definitely recommend...More
Couldn’t have been happier with our choice to do the Feast at Lele luau!!! So many to choose from and we picked this one because we were told it was the most romantic! It was all that and table service rather than a buffet. We...More
We wanted to try a luau on our honeymoon but were afraid a common tourist luau would be too cheesy - we thought the Feast at Lele would be a nice compromise since it is more a dinner show. We were catered to all night...More
First off, this luau is located in a pretty run down strip mall on Front Street. Although when ushered back to the tables, there is a nice beach and a good view of sunset, from some of the tables you can literally watch football from...More
At the suggestion of our concierge (Morgan) at The Westin Nanea Ocean Villas, my wife and I attended this luau last evening. Morgan said, "It's pricier than other luaus, but it's worth it." It is. We were served welcome drinks and greeted with leis before...More
Response from canadaescaper | Reviewed this property |
Yes if they do not charge you for the youngster, you would certainly be able to wander around as the show goes on, especially if they seat you on the edges. There were lots of youngsters there when we went and it is... More
Yes if they do not charge you for the youngster, you would certainly be able to wander around as the show goes on, especially if they seat you on the edges. There were lots of youngsters there when we went and it is certainly no problem.
Response from TropicalDreamer2015 | Reviewed this property |
There was a cruise ship docked in Lahaina harbor when we were there, but the cruisers were tendered in to the pier. (Tenders are smaller boats that shuttle people back and forth from the pier to the cruise ship.) The... More
There was a cruise ship docked in Lahaina harbor when we were there, but the cruisers were tendered in to the pier. (Tenders are smaller boats that shuttle people back and forth from the pier to the cruise ship.) The Lahaina harbor was about 10 minutes from the Feast at Lele. You could probably walk it, but you may not want to walk back -- you'll be too full from the luau! There are lots of taxis and your cruise ship might even arrange a shuttle. :)