Here at Your Holiday Claims we have been contacted by a British holidaymaker who was diagnosed with salmonella after falling ill on holiday in Turkey.
The holidaymaker began to feel unwell during their stay at the Green Nature Resort and Spa and decided to seek medical attention on returning to the UK.
Just last month we reported on cases of illness at the hotel in Marmaris after illness forced guests to spend days confined to their rooms.
More recently, holidaymakers have taken to TripAdvisor to criticise the food and hygiene standards at the Green Nature Resort and Spa.
One guest claimed hotel staff “never closed the lids to keep the food warm”. They added: “I sat down with my plate of cold pasta and thought enough is enough, I can’t take 2 weeks of this.
“At that point, we went and ate out at every meal time.”
Another recent visitor reported that “the hotel had bed bugs” adding, “We only realised what was giving us all these bites the night before we left”.
Anne Thomson, Head of Travel Law at Your Holiday Claims, commented: “Salmonella on holiday can cause serious symptoms of sickness and diarrhoea which can quickly ruin a holiday.
“It is alarming to read further reports of lukewarm food being served at the Green Nature Resort and Spa as this can lead to widespread illness within all-inclusive hotels.
“I would encourage anyone who has fallen ill with salmonella on holiday at the Green Nature Resort and Spa to contact the team at Your Holiday Claims to discover whether they may be able to make a successful no win no fee claim for compensation.”
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