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They have obviously not heard of the Americans with Disabilities Act. My wife has one kidney and randomly her feet swell which causes a great deal of pain. She needs to elevate them to alleviate the situation. We asked for a chair to elevate her...More
My husband and I honeymooned in Hawaii. One of the things we wanted to do was to go to a Luau. Because hurricane Olivia was forecasted we stayed in Maui. We decided to make a reservation for the Feast at LeLe because it was close...More
Amazing experience. Great Maui beach sunset. Food & service were both excellent. Food was delicious and of good portions ( I'm a big eater and was satisfied). Service staff was very attentive, cordial and speedy.(Although expected, There was definitely not a lot of emphasis or...More
I booked this on a Monday afternoon, 24 hours in advance of when we hoped to go for a Tuesday night show. We arrived on Maui Monday night, shortly after I booked and learned that Hurricane Lane was a category 5, headed in some forecasts...More
My husband and I had been to this luau 5 years ago and loved it. At that time he stage was set on the beach and the dancers put on an amazing show with a beautiful Maui sunset as a backdrop. It was spectacular.
Went with my friend on 30th August. Excellent setting with tables on the beach, the sea lapping the shore a few feet away and beautiful sunset. All the courses of food were excellent, as were the cocktails, and all served to your table, so not...More
Incredible show with outstanding authentic cuisine from Several of the Polynesian islands in addition to Hawaii!!! The music and dances were phenomenal with authentic dress. The location was gorgeous- right on the shores of the Pacific facing the Island of Molokai! We saw a beautiful...More
By far the best Luau I have ever been too. The dancers are beyond words and the food is amazing. Not your typical touristy stupid luau. This actually has meaning. Perfect place for my husband and I to celebrate our 1st anniversary. We will definitely...More
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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. :)