The Haleo Luau - Most Popular Luau at Sheraton Kona Resort

Haleo Luau

 

Every Thursday evening

Not available after May 1, 2021

Adult $129.00

Child (4-12) $67.25

3 & under is free, but does not include

a plated meal

  • Restaurant Style Seating

  • Preliminary Activities

  • Open Bar

  • Appetizers & Dessert served "Family Style"

  • Main Course is a Plated Dinner

  • Polynesian Show

All seats - additional $15.00 

Aliʻi seating is limited. Please call directly to check availability and book this upgraded seating. (808)326-4969

  • Reserved front area seating

  • Restaurant Style Seating

  • Preliminary Activities

  • Open Bar

  • Appetizers & Dessert served "Family Style"

  • Main Course is a Plated Dinner

  • Polynesian Show

* Prices shown are do not include applicable taxes

At the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay

“The Best Luau Show On The Island” – Hawaii, The Big Island Revealed Guidebook

 

The Hāleo Luau is a family-friendly evening that celebrates the history of the ahupua’a (land area) called Keauhou and the heart of those who came from this land area. From the birth of Kamehameha III to the surfing stories of He’eia Bay, the dancers and musicians of Haleo Luau take you on a journey through a very special time in Hawaii’s history.  Learn about the battle of Kuamo’o and how Kamehameha III bridged the gap of ancient treasures and traditions, as he brought the people of his kingdom into a “new era” in the islands.

 

Enjoy the oceanfront grounds as live dinner music serenades guests as they enjoy a delicious feast and open bar. And…  just as the sun is setting over Keauhou Bay the Hāleo Luau begins.

Holomoana Water Taxi from Kailua Pier to Keauhou

Special pricing for Haleo Lu'au ateendees:

One-Way Trip $30 per person

Round-Trip $60 per person

Buyout Round-Trip $425 up to 6 guests

Reservations Line:

808.756.3335

www.ekacanoeadventures.com

*Please mention Haleo Lu'au

Served Family Style

(served on platters to be shared)

First Course

  • Potato & Taro Chips

  • Shoyu Poke

  • Lomi Lomi Salmon

 

Main Entree

  • Taro Rolls & Butter

  • Waipiʻo Valley Poi

  • Hoio Salad 

  • Soy Stained Glass Noodle 

Luau Menu

Individually Plated Main Entree

  • Purple Sweet Potato

  • "Teriyaki Style" New York Steak 

  • Island-Style Kalua Pork & Baby Bok Choy

  • Coconut Scented Jasmine Rice

  • Pan Roasted Local Catch w/ Mango Butter     Sauce

  • Waimea Mixed Greens w/ Cucumber, Tomato, Carrots & Papaya Seed Dressing

Keiki Plated Main Entree 

  • Chicken Fingers

  • French Fries                                                w Ranch & Ketchup

Sweet Stuff

Shared Family Style

  • Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

  • Haupia (Coconut Pudding)

  • Local & Seasonal Fruit

Hosted Bar

Regular and Decaffeinated Kona Coffee

Selection of Hot Teas

* menu subject to change based on seasonal availability

Luau Schedule

Held Thursday Evenings

 

5:30 pm  Seating Begins

5:45 pm  Hula Lesson

6:00 pm  Dinner Buffet

5:30-7:30 pm  Open Bar

7:00 pm Hāleo Performance Begins

(schedule and events subject to change)

About the Location

The Kona Coast is known as a place where significant events took place that shaped the history of Hawai’i, and Keauhou Bay was the setting for some of the most dramatic events. The name comes from ke au hou which means "the new era”. The first three kings named Kamehameha were closely tied to Keauhou. In 1814, Keauhou Bay was the birthplace of Kauikeaouli or Kamehameha III.

 

Ancient Hawaiians loved the land and waters off Keauhou as their summer playground.  Remnants of an ancient holua (sledding ramp), thought to be one of the longest in all Hawai’i and a surfing heiau (temple) can be seen today. The ahupua’a (land district running from the mountain to the ocean) of Keauhou was known for its rich soil and abundance, providing such staples as taro, sweet potato and fish. Although the land was used for recreation and was an important food source, it was also bloodied by monumental battles that eventually led to the unification of the Hawaiian Islands under one King.  The area has some of the most sacred heiau and sites in Hawai’i.

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Check-in Desk & Parking

The Hāleo Luau check-in is at Bayview Lawn at the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay. Vouchers must be exchanged for luau tickets at check-in.

Complimentary self-parking is available. 

Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay 

78-128 Ehukai St 

Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

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