British holidaymakers are continuing to be affected by food poisoning at the Royal Asarlik Beach Hotel in Turkey.
In October 2014, we reported that a visitor to the hotel had contacted us after family members required hospital treatment during their stay. They had experienced sickness, diarrhoea, and stomach cramps, thought to be caused by food poisoning.
More recently, hotel guests have commented on TripAdvisor after suspected food poisoning ruined their holidays.
One holidaymaker stated: âHoliday was ruined as I became extremely ill with food poisoning and admitted into hospital.â
âOn returning home I had the emergency doctor out. This totally ruined our holiday, spent most of it in agony in bed.â
The holidaymaker added that a number of other guests at the Royal Asarlik Beach Hotel required hospital treatment during their stays.
Tracy Stansfield, an experienced holiday claims solicitor at Your Holiday Claims, commented on the reports: âIt does appear that holidaymakers are continuing to be affected by illness at the Royal Asarlik Beach Hotel. â
âWhen food is served undercooked or lukewarm, this can result in holidaymakers contracting food poisoning caused by bacteria such as salmonella, E. coli, or campylobacter.
âI hope that the tour operators and hotel management will investigate the current reports of illness in order to identify and deal with the cause.â
âI would also encourage anyone who has fallen ill at this hotel to contact myself or a member of our holiday claims team for expert advice on all aspects of the claims process.â
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