Awesome activities for all ages at The Merton
From The Flowrider to flumes and Kidz Zone to Georgie's Creche, The Merton has great entertainment and activities for kids of every age.
We welcome families with open arms and by providing the best kids' facilities of any hotel in Jersey, you can take a few well deserved hours off from parenting. Our enthusiastic team have designed programmes and activities to entertain kids from toddlers to teens. Here are just a few of the great things your little ones can get involved in.
For the littlest members of the family Georgie's Creche is a two hour play session for under 4s supervised by our dedicated and qualified crèche team. Little ones can draw, paint, build, create, make music, and play games that are guaranteed to make them smile.
4 - 11 year olds
Kidz Zone is the place to be for 4 to 11 year olds. The nightly two hour sessions give your kids the chance to battle it out in Laser Tag, learn to juggle with Street Cirque, race around in out Roller Kart Mini Grand Prix and much much more.
10 - 12 year olds
Tens and tweens can take part in our TNT activities which includes UV Laser Tag in the dark, drone piloting and Nerf dart tag. The TNT sessions are a new addition for 2018 and run between the 21st July & 31st August.
11 - 16 year olds
Our XST Teenage Club is perfect for those bigger kids who want to make new friends and do some cool activities on holiday. Flowriding, Martial Arts, Hoopin', Laser Tag and much more is all part of the XST experience. XST runs nightly from 15th July to 1st September.
Find out more
These awesome activities are just a snapshot of the offering at The Merton. To discover everything your kids can do whilst on holiday here, visit our Young Guests page.
Book now for great offers
With all these activities all under one roof, The Merton is truly the perfect hotel for every family. The only problem you'll have is getting your kids to leave! Early booking offers are available so now's the perfect time book your stay at Jersey's premier family hotel.
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