Reception Spotlight: Seawatch Restaurant

Seawatch RestaurantThe Seawatch Restaurant, with its expansive grounds overlooking the Wailea Resort coastline on Maui, offers up everything under the sun – a rainbow of options for wedding ceremonies and receptions.

The Main Dining Room

This is good if you want to exclusively occupy the restaurant for wedding receptions, award ceremonies and corporate events.

The Grille Room

This room features colorful murals by the acclaimed artist, Arthur Johnson. The room also has a large screen TV, air conditioning, and comfortable lounge-style seating.  This room is great for small gatherings such as sports viewing, private parties, and an intimate breakfast shindig.

The Upper and Lower Pond

Semi-private parties are enhanced with the view of  lushly landscaped water feature and a partial view of the ocean. The sound of cascading waterfalls nearby takes the ambiance a step further thus complementing luncheons, showers, birthday parties and cocktails.

The Lower Lawn

This grassy area, bordered by a low, hedge-lined fence for privacy, has a seating capacity of up to 80 people, making it the perfect setting for a wedding reception, cocktail party, or dinner bash.

The Upper and Lower Wedding Knoll

Located on the opposite side of the bougainvillea hedge, just below the Upper Wedding Knoll. It offers full ocean views, with the islands of Molokini and Kahoolawe in the background. The lower knoll is perfect for ceremonies of 30 or more guests, and is the most wanted location.

The Malokini

Located at the top of the Wailea golf courses above the Seawatch Restaurant, this is the perfect location for Maui weddings and cocktail receptions, as the grounds of this immense, flat, grassy area were designed specifically with wedding celebrations in mind.

Get to know more about Seawatch by visiting their website.  Read the reviews Seawatch Restaurant here.


One response to “Reception Spotlight: Seawatch Restaurant

  1. Great job with the descriptions you have posted. We had our wedding reception at the Seawatch in 2008, but it would have helped with the planning to have seen a site like this one.

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