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The Sheraton Kauai Aulii Luau offers an intimate and authentic experience in an exquisite setting right on Poipu Beach! The culinary staff of the Sheraton Kauai Resort and the dancers of Urahutia Productions have teamed up to provide an outstanding luau option on Kauai’s south shore. We invite guests to connect with Kauai’s rich history and culture, traditional culinary treats and refreshing libations with oceanfront views of the blue Pacific Ocean and the bright-orange sunset as its stunning backdrop.
The evening begins with a lei greeting (a shell lei for standard luau and a specialty lei – flower, kukui nuts, ti leaf, or shell for premier Alii luau) followed by cocktails, local appetizers, and Polynesian demonstrations. The luau buffet features a host of Hawaiian favorites including Hanalei Poi, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Pohole Fern Shoot Salad, Ahi Ogo and Kim Chee Tako Poke, Potato/Mac Salad, Glass Noodle Miso/Tofu Salad, Kilauea Island Greens with a variety of tropical dressings, Kauai Fish, Marinated Grilled Beef, Roast Pua’a (pig), Lau Lau, Guava Rub Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, and Local Island Wok Vegetables. A dessert bar features a variety of sweets including Hawaiian Pineapple, Coconut Cake, Haupia, Chocolate Fudge Mac Nut Brownies, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, and Warm Rice Pudding. An open bar is available throughout the evening for Mai Tais, Blue Hawaiians, beer, wine, soft drinks, fruit punch, and freshly brewed coffee and teas.
After dinner sit back and enjoy the show as the talented and award-winning professionals of Urahutia Productions demonstrate the song and dance of Hawaii and Polynesia. Hawaiian Hula is featured, along with dances from Tahiti, Maori tribal dances from New Zealand, and of course the much-anticipated Samoan Fire Knife Dance.
A limited number of Premier Alii Seats are available each night for an extra $25. Premier seating includes a specialty lei greeting, appetizers served family style at your table, seating in the first two rows of round tables closest to the stage, and priority access to the luau buffet.