KAANAPALI - The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa announced a variety of upgrades to its Drums of the Pacific Luau, the longest-running Polynesian luau on Maui.
A key component of the beachfront resort's recent $12 million property updates, the luau renovations serve to enhance the attraction's overall experience and engage guests even more in the spirit of Hawaiian hospitality.
Updates to the show include the addition of three fire knife dancers, a Hawaiian fashion show and an interactive hula lesson for guests. The luau's venue, Sunset Terrace, also features a variety of updates, including resurfaced floors, elevated group area, complete ADA compliance, and redesigned tables and chairs.
Updates to the Drums of the Pacific Luau include the
addition of three fire knife dancers, a Hawaiian fashion show and an interactive hula lesson for guests.
The luau will continue to offer guest favorites, such as the traditional imu ceremony, live band and award-winning Tihati performers, buffet of authentic Hawaiian favorites and open bar.
"We are proud to unveil these exciting updates to our beloved luau and present to guests the renovations that we have been working diligently to finalize," noted Allan Farwell, general manager of the Hyatt Regency Maui.
"With these refreshments, guests will continue to be inspired and welcomed by the magic of the Polynesian culture, and Drums of the Pacific will continue to thrive as the most exciting luau on Maui."
The Drums of the Pacific Luau opened in 1981, and since then has entertained more than two million visitors.
For more information on the luau, call the resort concierge at 667-4727 or visit www.drumsofthepacficmaui.com.
For group bookings and receptions, contact Monica Chihara at 667-4733 or email@example.com.