Royal Kona Luau

Royal Kona Luau DancerA Big Island Hawaii Luau is traditionally a gathering of Friends and Family for a Hawaiian feast. The Royal Kona Luau is held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Royal Kona Resort Luau at the Royal Kona Resort in Kailua Kona, invites you to join our Ohana which is the Hawaiian word for family at the Royal Kona Resort’s oceanfront Coconut Grove for an evening of traditional Hawaiian celebrations as you enjoy the Lava, Legends and Legacies Polynesian Luau which is produced by the award-winning Tihati Productions which also produces the Kauai Hyatt Luau, The Maui Sunset Luau, and the Kaanapali Luau in Maui.


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The Royal Kona Luau offers Spectacular oceanfront views, beautiful Hawaiian sunsets and the sound of waves against the lava rocks provide a stunning backdrop for the Royal Kona Resort Luau. Enjoy an evening of feasting, music and dance as the performers including Hula Dancers and Fire Dancers tribute to the fascinating legends and journeys of the South Pacific and Hawaii.

Highlights include:

An Aloha Shell Lei Welcoming and photo opportunities

Royal Kona Luau Open Bar with standard cocktails, Mai Tais, beer, wine, soda & fruit punch

Traditional Imu (Underground Oven) Presentation

An All-You-Can-Eat Hawaiian Luau Buffet

Dynamic & lyrical Polynesian revue with Master of Ceremonies, Dancers, Musicians & Fire Artists and a Fire Dance Finale

The Royal Kona Luau at the Royal Kona Resort is a one of a kind Luau. Luaus are the most popular Kona Activities so be sure to book early. Preferred Seating is an option for $ 7 and is paid at the door upon check in between 4:30 pm and 4:45 pm.


Aloha and Ohana

by Jonathan Howery
March 20th, 2015

The Royal Kona Luau incorporates many traditions in their presentation of a traditional luau. This luau takes special care to emphasize the importance of bringing together family and friends to all enjoy a Hawaiian style feast. Ohana and aloha are cornerstones that remain an essential theme of luaus. Ohana is the Hawaiian word for family and a lot of the traditional customs and ceremonies all surround this grouping. The root of the word hana means work, you have to put work into your family to build stronger bonds.

While aloha can mean hello and goodbye, it is also the word for love. Alo is the hawaiian word for face and ha is the word for breath. To say aloha as a greeting you were to share the sight of each other and breath together. The traditional aloha greeting was for two people to put their heads against one another and take a deep breath in tandem. The luau is not just an occasion for people to just show up and eat. Its a ceremony of togetherness and love between everyone present.

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Loa’a wale lā!

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