Welcome to the Royal Hawaiian Luau. Experience this traditional Hawaiian feast at Waikiki's "Pink Palace," where you'll be treated like a king or queen. Upon arrival, you'll be warmly greeted with a fresh flower lei and a refreshing tropical drink. You'll then be escorted to your table at the hotel's ocean lawn. Stroll the lush grounds and take some scenic photos or just sit back and relax while being entertained by a Hawaiian band.
Later on, you'll witness the traditional imu ceremony, in which the roasted kalua pig is unearthed from its underground oven, where it has been slowly cooked for many hours like it was done in ancient Hawaii. You'll have the chance to try this Hawaiian delicacy in the following all-you-can-eat luau feast.
Besides the roast pig, the luau buffet features a variety of traditional Hawaiian dishes as well as continental American favorites, such as mahi mahi (island fish), lomi lomi salmon, teriyaki steak, poi, sweet potatoes, rice, vegetables, salads, island fruits, haupia (coconut pudding) and a selection of delicious cakes.
After dinner, get ready for the crowning highlight of the evening - the Royal Polynesian Extravaganza, featuring songs and dances from Hawaii and other Polynesian island nations. The show ends with the thrilling Samoan fire-knife dance.
Come and experience this unique luau, which is centrally located and only a short walk from almost every hotel in Waikiki. It's an extravagant dining and cultural experience that you will always remember.
The Royal Hawaiian Luau is offered by The Royal Hawaiian Hotel, which is centrally located on Waikiki Beach on the island of Oahu. Of all Hawaii hotels, The Royal Hawaiian Hotel has remained an icon of luxury and romance. This legendary Waikiki Beach hotel, known as "The Pink Palace of the Pacific," is recognized around the world. The Royal Hawaiian Hotel is the ultimate Hawaii vacation destination for Hawaii honeymoons, family vacations and anyone seeking elegance from a bygone era.