Best Luau Experience at Island Breeze Luau in Kona, Hawaii
Island Breeze Luau
Re-opening March 14th, 2021
Child (5-12) $58.38
(Summer and Holiday rate may vary)
ʻOhana Seating (General Seating)
Restaurant Style Seating
Served Buffet Dinner
Child (5-12) $71.88
(Summer and Holiday rates may vary)
Hanohano Seating (Preferred Restaurant Style Seating)
Seating in Front Section
Priority Access to Served Buffet
Upgraded seating not available
at this time
* Prices shown are before applicable taxes
Winner of the "Best of West Hawaii" Award since 2000.
Island Breeze Luau at the Courtyard King Kamehamehaʻs Kona Beach Hotel
Hawaiʻi Islandʻs only luʻau featuring the presentation of the Royal Court.
A family-friendly evening of delicious Hawaiian food & award winning Polynesian entertainment on the shores of Kamakahonu Bay.
Held under the stars on the grounds of historic Ahuʻena – Kamehameha the Greatʻs former estate in Kailua-Kona. The evening begins with a warm welcome, learn a hula and hear the moʻolelo (stories) of the Hawaiian history that took place at Kamakahonu Bay. Enjoy a delicious served buffet and open bar. Entertainment throughout the evening includes live dinner music and a spectacular Polynesian show - “He ʻOhana Kakou” (We are Family).
Fresh Island Pineapple
Locally-Grown Tossed Green Salad
Three Bean Salad
Pickled Cucumber-Ogo Salad
Steamed White Rice
Lomi Lomi Salmon
Poke Style Fish
Sweet Potatoes Baked in Coconut Butter
Kona Coffee BBQ Chicken
Island Fish with Ginger, Soy & Scallions
Kona Broil Teriyaki Beef
Hosted Standard Bar
Regular and Decaffeinated Royal Kona Coffee
* menu subject to change based on seasonal availability
Held every Sunday
5:30 pm General Seating Check-In
5:30-7:30 pm Open Bar
6:10 pm Royal Court Arrival
6:20 pm Lu’au Dinner Buffet
7:30 pm Polynesian Revue – He ʻOhana Kakou
(schedule and events subject to change)
About the Location
The Island Breeze Luau is located adjacent to the Ahu'ena Heiau on land traditionally known as Kamakahonu (eye of the turtle). Kamakahonu has been called one of the most historical sites in all of Hawaii. It was here that Kamehameha the Great spent his last years and where he eventually died. It was the location of the feast that was held to mark the overthrow of the kapu system, that changed Hawai'i forever. The first missionaries landed at Kamahonu Bay in 1820. Across the bay is Hulihe’e Palace, built by 1838 Hawai’i’s governor, John Adams Kuakini. It was also here that the young prince Leleihoku II enjoyed the calm of Kona before his death and it was here that his brother King Kalakaua maintained a residence and made a boathouse of a historic building.
Island Breeze Productions is a proud supporter of the Ahuʻena Heiau Inc. and a portion of ticket sales goes to the restoration of this precious historical site.
Malama I Ko Kakou Ho’olina – Preserving Our Past
Check-in Desk & Parking
The Island Breeze Luau check-in is located at entrance to the luau grounds.
Self-parking is free with validation.
Courtyard King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel
75-5660 Palani Road
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740