YourHolidayClaims’ experienced travel law team have turned their attention to a number of online claims, which reveal that numerous holidaymakers have recently fallen victim to illness at the Grand Oasis Sens resort.
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Frustrated holidaymakers criticise the Grand Oasis Sens online after succumbing to illness at the hotel
- Poor hygienic practices at the Grand Oasis Sens are exposed by its former visitors
- One holidaymaker reveals how they were forced to ring a local Doctor due to the severity of their condition
- Hotel management at the Cancun resort are blamed by some for the outbreak
Whilst investigating potential outbreaks of illness which have recently occurred at all-inclusive resorts, the YHC legal team have discovered some unnerving claims that have been made by former visitors of Mexico’s Grand Oasis Sens resort.
Holidaymakers to have recently stayed at the Thomas Cook promoted hotel have raised their concerns on the website TripAdvisor, after having had their visits to the four star hotel tainted by stomach sickness.
In a post titled “READ THIS BEFORE YOU BOOK!!”, one affected holidaymaker revealed:
“The hotel is SEVERELY understaffed. This is management’s fault.
“GET THIS, in the middle of serving the long line-ups, they have to leave and walk around the resort and beach, picking up the dirty glasses because they don’t have enough. Some days they were out of cups by 11 am!
“Then, if that’s not bad enough, they carry them back, rinse them under the tap and fill them again! DISGUSTING!! It’s no wonder 4 out of the 6 of us got sick while we were there”.
Furthermore other holidaymakers have targeted poor food hygiene at the Grand Oasis Sens as a reason for the illness that they had to endure, including one unhappy poster that commented:
“My husband and I stayed at this resort for a week at the end of January.
“There is only one place to eat for breakfast (the Coba buffet) and right off the bat I could tell the food handling of this buffet was poor.
“The spoons for serving were never changed during the breakfast hour and no one was wiping the pot lids or counters like they do at other resorts.
“I ended up getting VERY sick one day shortly after eating breakfast at the Coba. I was so sick I ended up calling a Doctor as I was afraid of dehydration and a hospital admission.
“I spoke with another Canadian staying at the hotel and she had the same thing as I did about 8 hours earlier. I assume we were both sick because of the poor food handling and prep”.
Our expert opinion
“It has become transparent to our legal experts that numerous recent guests of Mexico’s Grand Oasis Sens resort may have unfortunately have had their visits cut short by sickness.
“Multiple former visitors of the four star resort have revealed a number of breakdowns in hygiene that are completely intolerable at hotels such as this, or in fact at hotels anywhere in the world.
“If poor hotel hygiene has resulted in you falling ill on holiday for at least seven days, then it is important to remember that expert legal help could only be a phone call or a click away.
“Get in touch with the specialists here at YourHolidayClaims today to see if you can launch a claim today”.
Litigation Executive at YourHolidayClaims
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