Great dancers, okay food, interesting things to do, pretty good drinks
Dress Code: Some girls got all Hawaii-ed out in pretty tropical prints. Unfortunately, we were running late and didn't have time to fit in the theme.
This is considered to be the finest luau in all the islands. It is a bit pricier than some of the other luaus on the island, but it is well worth it. The food is first class and the entertainment is even better. This is the Luau of choice if you are traveling with the family. Other luaus contain some unnecessary innuendo that the Royal Hawaiian chooses to leave out. Also, if it happens to rain on the evening of your luau, the Royal Hawaiian puts everyone in a beautiful, covered theater that is open to the sea and all of Waikiki. Other luaus give patrons plastic tarps to cover themselves with. Please do yourself a favor and plan on coming to this luau - the greatest in the islands!
Dress Code: Aloha casual of course.
VERY FRIENDLY PEOPLE AND GREAT FOOD THE SHOW WAS OUTSTANDING STILL TRYING TO FIGURE HOW THE SHAKE THOSE HIPS SO FAST THE BRING PEOPLE, WHO EVER WOULD LIKE TO LEARN, ON STAGE TO LEARN THE HULA AND THE MEANINGS
Dress Code: NO SPECIFIC DRESS CODE BUT IT ALWAYS HELPS TO DRESS LIKE THE NATIVES
If you go to hawaii, you must go to an authentic Luau, with the roasted pig and everything. Go to the Polynesian Culture Center for a full day's activity and a luau dinner buffet.