There have been numerous reports of guests at the Sentido Sultan Beldibi hotel, Turkey falling ill during their stay. Many visitors to the hotel have found conditions to be of poor standard and have claimed to have suffered from illness as a result.
The hotel, which is provided by Thomas Cook, has also received complaints regarding the preparation of the food. One British holidaymaker who stayed at the hotel reported on the hotel review website TripAdvisor, âWe have been to this hotel 8 times in 5 years but will never go again. All the other times we have been it has been very good but this time both me and my wife were ill after two daysâ.
âThe food was bad and there was no choice. The chicken wasnt well cooked and I cut into mine one night and blood ran out of itâ.
Others who have stayed at the hotel have commented on the condition of the pools at the hotel, with a gentleman from Exeter stating, âThe hotel is not what Thomas Cook show you in their glossy book. On looking round the complex we could see that there were many children and adults alike that had cotton wool plugged into their ears, and when we enquired, they all said they had ear infectionsâ.
Anne Thomson, Head of Travel Law at Your Holiday Claims said of the matter, âThere is a very prominent and serious danger of falling ill when eating raw or improperly cooked chicken. This can lead to food poisoning and a person possibly contracting salmonella or campylobacter.
âHowever, many people are unaware that they can claim compensation if they have suffered from a holiday illness.
âWe would urge anyone who has fallen ill whilst staying at the Sentido Sultan Beldibi hotel to contact us for free legal advice to discover if a claim can be madeâ.
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