PLEASE NOTE: The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show did not return along with Walt Disney World’s reopening in the summer of 2020 following the closure due to the global health situation. In March 2022, Disney announced that the Spirit of Aloha has been closed permanently. You can click here to learn more. And to learn more about other dining options at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, click here.
Aloha! The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show offers guests the chance to attend a luau and enjoy an entertaining story showcasing hula traditions, enthusiastic drumming, fire dancing, and more as diners enjoy platters of all-you-care-to-enjoy eats.
You’ll dine in an open-air, covered theater while celebrating the sounds, sights, and flavors of Polynesia. Guests will feast on appetizers including fresh pineapple and watermelon, a selection of main courses including Polynesian Barbecued Pork Ribs, and cakes for dessert.
Located in Luau Cove at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, guests are greeted with leis in this lovely tropical setting. Kids enjoy the Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride which they’ll recognize from Lilo and Stitch, and everyone delights in the hula lesson for all ages, watching a fire-knife performance, and more!
Service: Table-Service, All-You-Care-to-Eat
Type of Food: Polynesian, Barbecue
Location: Disney’s Polynesian Resort
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, Two Table Service Credits (seating categories 2 and 3 only)
Tables in Wonderland: Yes (late show only)
Menu on AllEars.net:
Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show Menu
Complimentary beverages include milk, lemonade, sodas, coffee, and tea. Bottomless draft beer and wine are included for Guests 21 years of age or older. Specialty drinks are available for purchase. Child’s menu available.
Guest Review: Spirit of Aloha Luau Dinner Show
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- The show cancels for weather under 50 degrees.
- At the Magic Kingdom, transfer to a boat or resort monorail to travel to the Polynesian.
- Three categories of seating are available. Category 1 is $78 per adult and $46 per child (3-9). Category 2 is $74 for adults and $44 for children. Category 3 costs $66 for adults and $39 for kids. If you’re using the Disney Dining Plan, only Categories 2 and 3 are eligible, and they require 2 credits per person on the standard Disney Dining Plan and on the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan. Do note that seating in the rear of Category 3 has some obstructed views. You can view the seating chart here.
- Prepayment is required for this experience.
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