Hotel Germania is the hotel in
Jesolo with entertainment where your children won’t have time to get bored! They will have lots of new playmates and adventurers and above all they will always be able to rely on our Mini Club!
From Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., our fantastic entertainers await our young guests, aged 4 to 12, for fun and engaging activities both on the beach and in the hotel. After dinner, baby dance, shows and entertainment for the whole family until 11 pm. Even the older children in the junior club will enjoy a thousand activities to have fun together and meet new friends.
HOTEL IN JESOLO WITH ANIMATION ANDSHOWS
In our lives there are small dreams that often come true. The Germania is a small hotel, but it is also a facility that offers a totally new experience.
We, and I personally, have always been interested in giving my guests new emotions, and so, in a strange and unusual space, we have built our own delightful … Theatre of Time!
A multifunctional facility that during the day can host all kinds of workshops: from children’s mini-cooking classes, to dance, video games and much more. But only in the evening does it express its spectacular personality. In fact, from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., this magical stage will host not only our beloved entertainers but also illusionists, actors, comedians, magicians, dancers and famous music stars. In short, the Theatre of Time is a dream come true and you will soon find out!
HOTEL IN JESOLO WITHENTERTAINMENT ALSO ON THE BEACH!!
Who says that only children have the right to have fun on the beach? If you want to make your holiday a little more exciting, Hotel Germania has thought of you too!
Water aerobics, stretching, beach volleyball, group dances and much more are waiting for you on our beach to make your summer fun.
Think of a theme for a party and if we haven’t organised it yet, we’re certainly working on it and it’s already in our programme! Don’t believe us?
Here at Germania Hotel in Jesolo, entertainment and shows have transformed us into Romans with a horse-drawn chariot, adventurous pirates aboard a real galleon in the middle of the sea, circus clowns and characters from One Thousand and One Nights. We danced to the beat of the samba like real Brazilians, dressed in flamboyant outfits and rocked out to the music of the 60s, 70s and 80s.