Location definitely helps this make luau a tourist favorite: the luau grounds merge almost seamlessly with ancient Ahuena Heiau (a Hawaiian sacred spot) making for a breathtaking sunset scene. The luau is fun and the food is filling, although none of it is particularly authentic. Hula dancers and musicians in full regalia entertain as the audience dines on Kalua Pig and Lomi Salmon. Call to know the open hours
- Venue Description:
A Kailua-Kona landmark and a favorite mid-priced hotel, this place is practically self-contained. The rooms are clean and comfortable, equipped with modern amenities. A white-sand beach is just outside creating the perfect place to wind down and catch some rest in between activity-packed vacation days. Several restaurants, a luau, a shopping mall and tennis courts are located onsite. Aquatic activities, marine excursions, walking tours of historic Kailua and other activities can be booked onsite.