Re: Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show – Worth It ? It’s fun, but there are better shows IMO. The story behind the show gets a little boring after a while but the fire eating etc is good. Food is fine, but again, better at the other shows .
approximately two hours
Category 1: $78 Adults, $46 Children (ages 3–9); Category 2: $74 Adults, $44 Children; Category 3: $66 Adults, $39 Children.
|Pina Colada with Bacardi Superior Rum; served in a Souvenir Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show cup||$12.75|
The Luau is two credits on the Disney Dining Plan and users are only eligible to book Category 2 or 3. With each credit then only being “ worth ” $30 before tax and gratuity, it’s a pretty lousy value.
It’s customary to tip 18-20% at all Table Service restaurants (if you ‘re on the Disney Dining Plan, be sure to tip based on the amount you would ‘ve paid). Gratuity is also included with the price at Cinderella’s Royal Table, Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue, Spirit of Aloha Luau, and Mickey’s Backyard BBQ.
The Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue has got to be the best dinner show at Walt Disney World.
The hardest reservation to get in Walt Disney World is dinner at The Plaza Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom.
Transportation . Most transportation on Disney property does not require a tip ; however, transportation getting to Disney property may require gratuity . Bus drivers on Disney’s Magical Express from the airport do accept tips. If you take a taxi, a tip of about 15% is typical.
Dinner is $46 per person, and the price for children ages 3-9 is $26.
Disney Dining Plan : The Dining Plan can be used for the Spirit of Aloha , for Categories 2 and 3 seating only. TWO table service credits will be deducted for these shows.
Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show at Luau Cove Overview 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.
On select nights, Disney’s Aulani Resort hosts a luau on the Halawai Lawn. Ka Wa’a Aulani Luau welcomes guests to learn about Hawaiian culture while enjoying a special feast.
The Spirit of Aloha . The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. Aloha is living in harmony. When you live the Spirit of Aloha , you create positive feelings and thoughts, which are never gone.