The Royal Lahaina Resort & Bungalows Wildfire Relief Efforts

We regret to inform you that, due to the ongoing disaster relief efforts as a result of the Lahaina wildfire, Royal Lahaina Resort and Bungalows and Kā‘anapali Ocean Inn will not be able to accommodate individual reservations through May 31, 2024.

Modify or cancel bookings via your provider. All Hotel fees will be waived.

Please contact our reservation agents at 1-833-539-5117 for more information. Please understand due to the high volume of inquiries, response time may be delayed.

The Myths of Maui luau is open for reservations, with shows resuming every Tuesday and Sunday. We look forward to continuing to share the story of our island with you.

Maui needs your support now more than ever and we appreciate your understanding. We invite you to make a donation at our company’s Love Maui donation page where all the proceeds will go directly to relief efforts for Maui residents and our community. We thank you in advance for your support and understanding during this difficult time.

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    Under The Branches…

Experience Hawaii

A place for creating and sharing memories

Much like a branch grows out from the trunk of a tree, The Branches grows from the special community that is Royal Lahaina. Found under our 100-year-old, 40-foot-tall rubber tree with a 75-foot canopy at the heart of the bungalows (planted there when they were originally built), this is also where you’ll find dining, pop-up experiences, and maybe a little magic. You can even make the space your own. Picture your event here and celebrate with a toast underneath the branches.

 

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Experience

Kiawe Outdoor

A communal, al fresco dining experience with a little slice of Aloha and a ton of flavor. Features 5-course prix fixe menu, wine and dinner pairing, sabering of champagne, and pupus.

Kamaʻāina offer. HI Residents receive 35% off using the promo code: “kamaaina”

Kiawe Outdoor

Connect to the land and our community. A dinner experience that supports local area farmers and purveyors, featuring non-native species that are otherwise destructive to the Hawaii ecosystem such as Axis Deer and wild boar cooked over wild Kiawe wood. Kauai sea salt, Surf Goat Dairy, and Maui grown onions. More than fine dining, this feels more like an abundant harvest, keeping us forever mindful of how we think about food and our place in relation to it.