The Paradise Cove Luau treats you to the cultural activities, ceremonies and entertainment that Paradise Cove is known for.
Upon arrival, you’ll receive a lei greeting and a Mai Tai tropical drink. The buffet menu features Salad Bar, Broccoli Surimi Salad and macaroni salad. Taro rolls with butter, poi, lomi lomi salmon, stir fried vegetables, steamed white rice and steamed sweet potato. Island style baked chicken, beer battered island fish, kalua pig (like the one from the imu ceremony). Fresh pineapple chunks, haupia (coconut pudding), and other desserts plus coffee or tea. (Menu is subject to change.)
What is your schedule of events? 5pm Gates Open with a lei greeting and welcome Mai tai. Take your picture with a member of the dance cast while listening to live Hawaiian Music. Followed by Games of Hawaii and Arts & Crafts. Shower of flowers and the hukilau on the beach will be followed by the imu ceremony, then dinner closing with the show at 7pm.(Subject to Change.)
Do you offer children for free? Yes, if they are under 3, will sit on a parents lap on the bus and at the luau and share a plate of food at the luau.
What to Know [ show ]
Smoking/non smoking? Smoking.
Do you have wheel chair access? Yes.
What type of alcohol beers wines etc? Heineken, corona, bud light, bud, chardonnay, mai tais, blue hawaiian, lava flow, pina coloada.
What non alcoholic drinks do you have? Sodas and juices and coffee or tea.
I am a vegetarian and/or have a nut allergy, can you accommodate me? Let us know 72 hours before the luau. Generally all items on the buffet are labeled, but also ask a sever for more help.
What is your dress code? Casual.
What should I wear? Light.
Are slippers ok? Or are shoes required? Please don’t wear high heels.
Is it outside or inside? Outside.
Is there a dance/musical number? Yes.
Is parking available? Is parking convenient? At what cost? Do you validate parking? Yes and its free.
Do you have a gift shop? Yes.
Is there audience participation? Yes.
Should we bring bug repellent? Yes.
Are children under the age of 2 allowed? Under the age of 3 is free.
Are there plenty of bathrooms? Yes
Is there Shopping nearby? Yes.
What if it is raining? Do you supply umbrellas, rain checks, refunds? We supply ponchos if it is light rain and will offer refunds or rain checks if it is heavy.
Does the luau represent many dances or just Hawaiian? Yes.
Does it have Tahitian dancers? Yes.
Is there a place to store valuables? No.
Can I take pictures after the show? Yes.
Can I get autographs? Yes.
Are pictures available if I don’t have a camera? Yes for an additional price.
Security suggestions? Bring your camera wallet and photographic ID.
Driving Directions [ show ]
From Waikiki, take H-1 West towards Waianae and continue on Farrington Highway (93). Take the Ko Olina exit to Aliinui Drive and continue past the guard shack. The Paradise Cove parking lot will be on your right.
|Check In:||4:30 pm|
|Gates Open:||5:00 pm|
|Food Served:||7:00 pm|
|End Time:||8:45 pm|
|Duration:||4 hrs (6 with trans)
(All times approximate and subject to change)
|Includes:||Welcome Drink, Welcome Lei, Activities, Cove Card, Dinner Buffet, Show|
|Bring:||Casual Attire, Light Sweater|
|Required:||Valid ID Required for Alcoholic Drinks (21+)|
|Location:||92-1089 Aliinui Dr, Kapolei, HI 96707
(about 55 min from Waikiki)
|Round trip transportation available from Waikiki area hotels with additional price.
Free parking if driving out.
|Notes:||• Above information is subject to change based on weather and availability.
• Vegetarian options available in buffet menu.
• Majority of the park is wheelchair accessible.
• Transportation with motorized wheel chair lift available with advance notice.