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Check In and Check Out Hotel Transylvania 2

If there were an actual Hotel Transylvania themed hotel, could you imagine yourself actually checking in and staying overnight as a guest? I wonder if I would ever consider staying at Hotel Transylvania…  In all honesty, I probably would! In the ghoulishly great sequel, Hotel Transylvania 2, humans are now able to stay at the hotel as guests, if you dare!

Check In and Check Out Hotel Transylvania 2!
Dracula is now "Vampa" to Dennis the half-human, half-vampire son of his daughter, Mavis and son-in-law, Johnny. Dracula is concerned that his little grandson isn’t showing signs of being a vampire yet, so Dracula and his friends put a plan into action to attempt to change the situation. When Drac's dad, Vlad visits and discovers that his great-grandson is not a pure blood and humans are guests at Hotel Transylvania, things are going to get batty!  
The creepy yet comical monsters of Hotel Transylvania 2 are just about the perfect combination of scary and silly to provide entertainment for the entire family. The super cute baby Dennis, is a welcomed addition to the Hotel Transylvania family. Enjoying the lighthearted monster mayhem, both kids and adults will develop an genuine understanding about family love.

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