The best for young guests
To enjoy your family holiday to the fullest, you need to know that your children will have a great time.
The Merton Hotel is renowned for the fantastic way it treats its young guests. We've got the facilities to keep them occupied all day, everyday and we deliver the service that makes them feel welcome, whatever their age.
Looking after the youngest
At Georgie's Crèche, kids of up to four years old are guaranteed a great time overseen by the Merton's fully qualified and enormously dedicated Crèche team.
Everyday, Georgie's Crèche offers a two hour play session for the under 4's in which they get to have great fun drawing, painting, building, creating and making music.
Of course they also get to play plenty of games. The only problem we ever have is getting the children to leave at the end of the session!!
Georgie's Playroom is also available during the day for unsupervised soft play for the under fours. Parents must look after their children when they're in the playroom but there's so much fun to be had, the hours just fly past.
Enter the Kids Zone
In The Kids Zone, 4 to 11 year olds get together in a social and activity hub designed especially for them. Looked after by specially trained and qualified Krew Leaders who know how to entertain our young guests with art, crafts and games, time spent in the Kids Zone is some of the most memorable of the holiday.
Most importantly, parents know that when their children are in the Kids Zone, they're in good hands - leaving you with the peace of mind to enjoy a few precious hours off parenting duties.
Once the day is done, it's time to head to Kids Zone Live, a nightly entertainment feature that sees our Kids Zone Krew characters, Maxx, Madison, and Krock taking part in a mad mix of music and mayhem!
There really is no hotel in Jersey better for young children than the Merton. From the Aquadome to the Kids Zone, there's never a minute when there's nothing to do and with all the other children around, the Merton is a great place to make new friends.
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