Polynesian Luau(sp?)

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by minnie1928, May 1, 2004.

  1. minnie1928

    minnie1928 WDW addict

    Feb 16, 2004
    Is this still offered? My DH is thinking of making a PS and I can't find it listed in the restaurant database. If it is offered, how much is it and is it worth the money? Any thoughts appreciated!

  2. ryansmom

    ryansmom Sean and Adam's Mom too!

    Sep 27, 1999
    I copied this from restaurant database.

    "Disney's Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show is located at Disney's Polynesian Resort in the Luau Cove located just off the beach in a newly renovated covered, open-air theater. Please note that show will only cancel for temperatures falling below 50 Degrees.
    The show is hostessed each evening by Auntie Wini, who has invited the whole neighborhood for a celebration to welcome home one of the local girls that has been away. The Aloha Dinner Show features music and dances of the cultures of Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, New Zealand and Hawaii, which will be presented while guests dine on a feast that is inspired by the flavors of Polynesia.

    The themed island feast is served family-style, and will feature chicken drumsticks, pork, fresh catch of the day, Polynesian Island rice, fresh sauteed seasonal vegetables, dinner rolls and a Volcano Dessert specialty. If you have special dietary requests they will be honored with a 24 hour advance notice by the guest. Beverages will include bottomless beer, wine, tropical rum punch, sodas, coffee and tea. Other alcoholic beverages may be purchased from the full bar. Dress is casual and shorts are permitted at this show.

    Shows are presented every Tuesday through Saturday at 5:15 and 8:00 p.m.

    Pricing Adults 12 and up $49.01 Price includes tax and gratuity Child $24.81 Price includes tax and gratuity

    Reservations can be made by dialing (407) WDW-DINE. Credit Card is needed to book this event."
  3. cobbler

    cobbler <br><font color=blue>Tag #1: (Under Construction:

    Mar 18, 2004
    I went when it was still called the Polynesian Luau but haven't gone since they changed the name. Not sure if they changed the show but from what I read maybe just a little bit.

    I loved the luau and thought it was awesome. The fruity drinks are great. I don't know if they do this anymore but my olderst (before our other was born) went up on stage with all the other kids and the lady taught the hula.

    We plan on going to the new show this year.
  4. BeamsofLight

    BeamsofLight <font color=darkorchid>One of the 'They' in 'They

    Apr 22, 2004
    I never got to see the original show, but DH and I went to Spirit of Aloha last September. From what I understand, they've changed the show to make it more kid-friendly (including music from Lilo and Stitch, for example). The different dances are incorporated mainly into the storyline, as I remember, but they have a section just featuring the dances of different islands. I would say that was our favorite part. The 'Auntie Wini' story part wasn't entirely our cup of tea.
    The food was quite good (especially the bread!), and there is a lot of it. The show overall was good, although from what I've heard I would have preferred to see the original. I would go again just to see the dancing, I think.

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