So here is the good and the bad.
The price for the luau and show is around a hundred dollars, which about average.
The food is average, except for the pork which is very good. They cook the pig in a pit next to the dining area and you have the option of seeing them remove the pig from the pit. They then bring the pig into the dining area as part of a ceremony. Note: They take the food away quicker than expected so don't delay when getting seconds. Also it is very difficult to get up and get more food or drinks once the show starts as the performers come down all of the aisles.
The show is part hula and part play. Someone mentioned that it was part cirque du soleil, but that would be a major stretch as there is no acrobatics, but just acting and some fire performance. Overall good, but I would suggest paying for a great meal and seeing the Hawaii Alive show at the Marriott if you want a true Hawaiian experience.
Get there a half hour early to see some of the crafts and other exhibits that are on the grounds. Also for those that drink you can get your fill of free drinks.
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