Wanting that unique and unforgettable family-style entertainment Walt Disney World is famous for? Look no further than the“Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show” located at Luau Cove in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort...just a short monorail ride from the Magic Kingdom!

Offering 2 shows a night, Tuesdays through Saturdays, the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show is one to not only satisfy your hunger, but also excite you while you dine with an authentic Polynesian Luau! Fully immersed in the theme, you really feel like you’re on an island! It’s an experience our family cannot wait to try again!

Upon arrival at the Polynesian, families will want to check in at the kiosk on the main floor to obtain their dining tickets, roughly 30-45 minutes prior to your show time. Groups are ushered to an area near Luau Cove where traditional leis are given to all, and a PhotoPass photographer will snap your picture next to a great totem. Then, groups are led to Luau Cove and taken to their tables. Dinner, served family style, arrives at your table shortly after you are seated and drink orders taken.  It’s a bit of a process, so it is VERY important that your group arrives early!

Dietary needs and kid menus can be accommodated upon seating - but the menu is an All-You-Care-To-Enjoy variety of Polynesian treats!  Pulled pork, ribs, grilled chicken and vegetables, a Polynesian style salad with a citrus dress, and a special tropical dessert: Pineapple-coconut guava cake with chocolate crunch!

While you are dining, the Luau begins - with Auntie who leads the show, teaching her family traditional ways: with singers, hula dancers, fire spinners, and a storyline to keep you on your toes!  Once dessert is served, kiddos are encouraged to come to the stage and learn to hula themselves! It’s really a high-spirited, and fun experience for all!

The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show ranges from $66-$78 per adult 10 and older, and $40-$46 per child 3-9.  Pre-payment is required to secure your reservation - BUT - these prices INCLUDE tax and gratuity. There are varying categories of seating for the show, with the Category 1 seats costing the most. If you are on the Disney Dining Plan - TWO Dining Credits per person are required to secure a spot for Category 2 or Category 3 seating. Category 1 is not eligible for Dining credits, unfortunately, but can be paid for out of pocket. Tax and Gratuity are also included if you are using Dining credits for the luau!

Interested in the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show? Contact your Me and The Mouse Specialist today to add to your unforgettable vacation!

Amy Sowinski

Travel Specialist