Trilogy of animated comedies about a ghoulish five-star resort for the world's most famous monsters. In 'Hotel Transylvania' (2012) Dracula (voice of Adam Sandler) is the proprietor of Hotel Transylvania, a luxury hotel for monsters who need to relax and recover from their relentless persecution from human beings. To celebrate the 118th birthday of his daughter, Mavis (Selena Gomez), Dracula invites a roster of A-list monsters, including Frankenstein (Kevin James) and Murray the Mummy (Cee-Lo), to the hotel. But when 21-year-old human Jonathan (Andy Samberg) turns up unexpectedly, Dracula must do all he can to prevent Mavis from falling in love with him. In 'Hotel Transylvania 2' (2015) newly-weds Mavis and Jonathan are starting their new life as a family with their baby boy when Mavis's father, Count Dracula, decides to open the doors of his beloved Hotel Transylvania to human guests for the first time. After reluctantly accepting that his vampire daughter fell in love with a human, Dracula hoped that his grandson would be born with natural vampiric instincts but, as the child grows, his instincts become more and more human. Unwilling to accept that his grandson is disinclined to follow in his footsteps, Dracula enlists the help of his closest and scariest friends to put his grandson through his paces in their very own monster boot camp. Finally, in 'Hotel Transylvania 3 - A Monster Vacation' (2018), Mavis is worried that her father works too hard to give everyone else a good vacation that he never takes any time for himself. Seeing an advert for a monster vacation, Mavis books a cruise for the whole family. On board, Dracula meets the ship's captain Ericka (Kathryn Hahn) and the two share an immediate connection, of which Mavis is dubious. When Mavis discovers that Ericka is actually a direct descendant of Abraham Van Helsing (Jim Gaffigan), Dracula's arch nemesis whom he defeated over 100 years ago, she realises she must put a stop to the relationship before it goes any further.