British holidaymakers are continuing to report widespread outbreaks of illness ruining holidays at Le Royal Holiday Resort in Sharm El Sheikh.
In July, we reported on a British have holidaymaker whose son needed “two injections for gastroenteritis” after he became ill at the resort.
Furthermore, holidaymakers are now flooding to TripAdvisor to air serious complaints about the hotel following more ruined holidays and severe bouts of illness.
A recent hotel guest, who was forced to fly home 4 days early due to illness, commented: “I was so very ill, despite going to hospital and seeing 2 different doctors.”
“We had no choice but to get early flights home, so I could be seen by our own NHS care.”
The illness stricken holidaymaker and his wife were put in isolation at Bath A&E and “discharged after 10 hours with a diagnosis of E. coli”.
Further reports have also highlighted “a strong smell of sewerage” and “pools closed due to contamination” at the five star resort.
Anne Thomson, Head of Travel Law at Your Holiday Claims, commented: “It is very worrying to hear reports of a holidaymaker contracting E. coli whilst staying at Le Royal Holiday Resort.”
“I would encourage the tour operators promoting this resort to take immediate action to investigate the cause and to ensure that further guests are not affected.”
Has an outbreak of illness ruined your holiday at Le Royal Holiday Resort in Egypt?
If your holiday has been ruined by illness at Le Royal Holiday Resort in the last 3 years, you may be able to claim compensation.
The team at Your Holiday Claims have over 50 years’ combined experience in successfully recovering holiday illness compensation for British holidaymakers and are here to help.
For a free, no obligation consultation and to find out what your claim may be worth, call us on 0330 100 2851.
Or, if E coli has affected your holiday abroad, find out how our experts can help you make an E coli holiday claim.