Crystal is a minor character introduced at the end of Hotel Transylvania 2. She then makes an appearance in Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation.

Her name is not mentioned in either of the films but is found twice the Hotel Transylvania 3 Movie Novelization.[1]


The Invisible Woman as her name suggests is completely invisible, with the exception of triangular thin glasses and a beaded pearl necklace that are the only things that can be seen.


Hotel Transylvania 2Edit

Throughout the film, a recurring gag is that Griffin mentions that he has an invisible date who he later refers to like Emily, even though his friends think he is just pretending that he has one.

Towards the end of the film, Griffin bumps into an Invisible Woman and they dance with one another.

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer VacationEdit

She returns and this is her first speaking role.





  1. "On the deck, the Invisible Man was exploring the ship with his invisible girlfriend, Crystal, and the rest of the gang. "Oh my gosh, Griffin. I am, like, so excited. This is, like, the nicest hotel I have ever been to." Griffin shrugged. "Check it out. Drac doesn't look so impressed," he said. Murray agreed with Crystal.
    The gang all got into the pool. It was Mavis, Dennis, Drac, Johnny and Murray on one side, and Frank, Eunice, Vlad, Griffin, and Crystal on the other side.


  • She is based off of Kitty Carroll from the 1940 film, The Invisible Woman.
  • She appears in one scene, having an even shorter appearance than Erik.
  • Her name is a pun on "crystal clear", despite the irony she's invisible.
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