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Disney's Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show is an all-you-care-to-eat, family-style luau featuring hula dancing and a fire-knife performer at Disney's Polynesian Resort.Situated on the Seven Seas Lagoon, the open-air covered dining theater provides a...more
All reviews pulled pork ribs polynesian resort dinner show served family style story line all you can eat category seating traditional luau noodle salad hula dancers pineapple coconut bread fire twirling audience participation front row cast members magic kingdom
With Disney you expect long lines and overpriced everything but usually when it comes to entertainment and quality you get the best of what you can expect. For the first time I was not impressed with one of their offerings, that being the Aloha Show....More
We had a great time at the Aloha dinner and show. Food was great but not as good as the "Ohana Restaurant we had eaten at a few days prior. The show was very well done and we had front row seats! A very fun...More
We did this dinner show 3 years ago and loved it. The food was plentiful, hot, varied, high quality, and very flavorful. It’s totally different tonight.
The current food is blah, bland garbage served in small amounts using the cheapest of ingredients with no flavor...More
Ok - where to begin. Our 8pm dining reservation was cancelled due to winds. We had booked X6 months prior. We called to see if we could make the 5pm show instead. Yes ! Was the response - so that was great. We arrived at...More
We did this the first night of our trip on a day that we did not buy park tickets for. It made for a fun and entertaining evening!
Our party was a mix of people who had been before and two that had not. Having...More
I've been to the Luau several times and it's great. If you want the close seats pay for them when you make your reservations. Going back tonight with my girlfriend (her first time) and I'm sure it will be as awesome as ever.......Aloha!
I have been here before (at least 15 years ago), and I believe the show was the same. It was pouring rain that night, so they stayed up on the top part of the stage (the show should have been cancelled). The food was just...More
My family of 5 had such a great experience here with the unlimited amount of good food and beverages. Along with the entertainment of dancers and singers. My personal favorite was the fire performances. I would share my video but Trip Advisor will not allow...More
Response from brooklynw94 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I say it’s worth it.. The food is very good and the show is great. The end is amazing. We had Category 3 last because it was all that was left. You cannot see 100% of the acting but you can hear everything. The... More
Yes, I say it’s worth it.. The food is very good and the show is great. The end is amazing. We had Category 3 last because it was all that was left. You cannot see 100% of the acting but you can hear everything. The dancers come out and face each side. We probably had the worst angle of all and we had a fabulous time!
Is this worth the price? Food quality? Show? Thanks and cheers. M
January 03, 2012|
No Go to the Hoop Dee Doo instead, more fun and yummy food :)
restaurants i booked today!! All from disney dining plan (1 Reply)
Thanks for the support .I have managed to get the following booked for the holiday from 14 -28 aug 2007. I am from the uk and it took 38mins to book them! boma in animal kingdom Disney spirit of aloha show chef mickey 50s prime time cafe sci fi dine cinderella royal table liberty tree tavern crystal palace yachtman steakhouse le cellier
April 13, 2007|
Of this list, I have done in the past: Chef Mickey, 50's Prime Time, Liberty Tree Tavern, Crystal Palace, and Le Cellier. My favorties were Liberty Tree, and Le Cellier (which I book again for my upcoming trip). I have also booked Sci Fi and the Spirit of Aloha show for my trip, but I've not done either of these before. Chef Mickey was a lot of fun as was 50's Prime Time. I was not all that impressed with Crystal Palace food, but the characters were a lot of fun. Sounds like...More