“Roaches on the buffet” at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa reports guest

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“Roaches on the buffet” at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa reports guest

Recently returned holidaymakers are reporting to have suffered from illness and poor hygiene standards at the five-star Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa.

  • Sickness and diarrhoea plagues guests
  • Food labelled “absolutely awful” and said to be contaminated by cockroaches
  • Holidaymakers claim smell of raw sewage was prevalent
  • Stricken guests instruct Your Holiday Claims

If your package holiday at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa was ruined by illness within the last three years, act now and claim the compensation you deserve with Your Holiday Claims.

By choosing Your Holiday Claims to represent your case, you will have industry experts with over 50 years experience in successfully settling holiday illness claims fighting your corner for you.

With our help, you could receive anything up to £43,890 in a no win no fee claim for holiday illness in Jamaica.

Call  0330 100 2851 now and see how much your claim is worth.

Sickness strikes at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa

British holidaymakers have turned to industry leaders Your Holiday Claims for compensation advice after severe sickness and diarrhoea ruined their hard-earned stay at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa.

Further reports of illness can also be found on hotel review site TripAdvisor.

“My wife was sick the first 2 days of the trip due to the buffets,” comments an American holidaymaker adding that the food was “absolutely awful.”

The buffet quality is also singled out by another recent holidaymaker as a key area of concern after witnessing “multiple roaches crawling on buffet counter top, out of the Milk machine and nearby the glasses.”

The concerned guest claims that illness soon followed this experience and they report visiting the onsite nurse for “medication to help with the sickness and dehydration.”

The stricken holidaymaker believes that they were left with no option but to arrange an early flight home owing to the “unsanitary, nasty conditions” at the hotel.

Other recent holidaymakers have noted that a strong smell of “raw sewage” was present in guest bedrooms.

Your Holiday Claims have helped holidaymakers recover thousands in successful food poisoning on holiday claims. In one of our more recent successes, experienced solicitor Sue Robinson negotiated a £15,850 settlement for a salmonella stricken family of three.

Commenting on the reports of illness at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa, Sue said: “These reports make for incredibly worrying reading and highlight several areas of concern.

“Cockroaches can spread and carry a number of serious illnesses such as salmonella and E. coli. Similarly, if guests can smell raw sewage there a risk that contaminated water could be ingested or make it into the hotel food chain.

“At Your Holiday Claims we are here for you when illness strikes; I strongly advise anyone who has fallen ill at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa within the last three years to get in touch with either myself or the dedicated holiday illness team to see if you can make a compensation claim.”

Dont delay, start your no win no fee claim today

To see how we can help you claim the compensation you deserve in a quick, hassle-free manner, contact Your Holiday Claims today.

Call 0330 100 2851 and speak to a Jamaica claims specialist.

Or, simply complete the quick holiday illness enquiry form and an experienced holiday illness lawyer will be in touch shortly.


Get in touch with one of our team

If you would like more information on how to make a claim for holiday illness, or would like some advice to determine if you could have a successful claim, speak to our team of professional experts who cover a wide range of legal matters, from loss of income due to holiday illness to serious injury claims. Contact us today on 0330 100 2851.

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If you or any members of your family have fallen ill on holiday in the last 3 years, or been involved in an accident abroad, you may be entitled to compensation and we are here to help.

So start the process today by calling our holiday claims experts on 0330 100 2851, or simply complete the online contact form below to arrange a quick call-back. We look forward to helping you.
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“Roaches on the buffet” at Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa reports guest