Your Holiday Claims have recently been contacted by a British holidaymaker seeking compensation after their stay at Secrets Royal Beach Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic was ruined by illness.
The holidaymaker reported âsevere food poisoningâ left her husband hospitalised for 3 days of their Dominican stay. The British couple now plan to seek holiday illness compensation following two months of being âfobbed offâ by their travel provider.
Further holidaymakers are also reporting disappointing stays at the resort, with many heading to review website TripAdvisor to air their views.
One recent guest wrote: âAlmost everyone had some sort of stomach issue with a few getting very sick. I would recommend bringing stomach medicine.
Another holidaymaker warned: âDue to some ongoing disputes I chose to wait until resolved before posting a review. Having stayed at Maroma I was expecting perfection again and this time it certainly didn’t live up to it.
â12 days of luxury and peace turned into a nightmareâ they added.
Tracy Stansfield, a holiday illness claims expert at Your Holiday Claims, commented: âI am extremely disappointed by the current reports of illness at Secrets Royal Beach Punta Cana.
âMany British families save the whole year for the chance to take a holiday abroad so it can be devastating when things go wrong.
âI would encourage any holidaymakers who have fallen ill on a package holiday at Secrets Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic to contact us for expert legal advice as they may be eligible to claim compensation.
Contact Your Holiday Claims today
If you have suffered illness whilst staying at Secrets Royal Beach Punta Cana within the last 3 years, you may be able to make a no win no fee claim for holiday illness compensation.
Here at Your Holiday Claims, we have over 50 years combined experience in successfully recovering holiday illness compensation for British holidaymakers.
To find out what you claim may be worth, call us for a free consultation on 0330 100 2851, or simply complete our online contact form and well be in touch shortly.