We are reading shocking reports of rats and cockroaches causing severe holiday illness amongst guests at the Sharm Plaza Hotel in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
The hotel is promoted by Thomas Cook amongst other tour operators.
One holidaymaker who stayed at the Sharm Plaza Hotel recently said on Tripadvisor: âThe was green slimy mould on the edge of the pools whether they had never been cleaned, plus floating creatures and swimming rates. The water was murky with the build-up of grime â you basically could not see the bottom.
âSewage sprayed on plant life and was spurting out of the drain covers. Mice fed on dropped food in the a la carte restaurants and one or two cockroaches could also been seenâ.
Salmonella food poisoning and Dysentery amongst holidaymakers have also apparently been confirmed at the hotel.
Tracy Stansfield, an experienced holiday illness solicitor at YourHolidayClaims said: âWe are reading atrocious reports of hygiene and food standards in this hotel. Anyone who has stayed here and become ill in the past 3 years should contact us as soon as possible to discuss compensation.
âSalmonella food poisoning is common where food is left exposed to fly and insect contamination or where it is not cooked or served correctly. Dysentery can also cause terrible symptoms of gastric illness. Also, Cryptosporidium infection is likely to result in illness when holidaymakers ingest contaminated water in swimming poolsâ.
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