Your Holiday Claims has been contacted by a holidaymaker seeking compensation after their stay at Playa Costa Verde in Cuba was ruined by severe illness.
The four star Playa Costa Verde, located in Playa Pesquero, is a popular location for all-inclusive family breaks in the sun.
Tour operator Thomas Cook promotes the hotel, promising, “Some great restaurants and bars await”.
Reviews from holidaymakers on TripAdvisor are however telling a different story, with numerous guests reporting they fell ill due to poor hygiene at the hotel.
One holidaymaker commented: “Food is very poor and all of us felt ill with a bad stomach. Why they serve sprouts, carrots and mashed potato for breakfast, lunch and evening meal is beyond me?
“Our enjoyment of a Caribbean holiday was seriously reduced due to the disappointment of staying in this sub-standard hotel. Do not stay at Playa Costa Verde.”
Another anxious holidaymaker reported that her husband became extremely ill at the resort and was later hospitalised and “confirmed with salmonella food poisoning”.
Tracy Stansfield, an experienced travel law solicitor at Your Holiday Claims, commented: “It is very worrying to hear of holidaymakers falling ill at Playa Costa Verde.
“Illness such as salmonella can not only ruin a holiday but may leave those affected suffering for days and weeks.
“The team here at Holiday Illness Claims is available to speak with any holidaymakers who have suffered illness at Playa Costa Verde and provide free legal advice on making a claim.”
Contact Your Holiday Claims
If you have suffered illness whilst staying at Playa Costa Verde within the last 3 years, you may be able to make a no win no fee claim for holiday illness compensation.
Our team of experts at Holiday Illness Claims has over 50 years’ combined experience in successfully recovering holiday illness compensation and are here to help you.
To find out what your claim may be worth, call us for a free consultation on 0330 100 2851, or simply complete our online contact form and we will be in touch shortly.