The expert travel law team here at YourHolidayClaims have read reports which have been made by former guests of the TUI Sensatori Resort Fethiye, that suggest a “severe” gastric illness outbreak has recently hit the five star hotel.
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Illness reportedly spoils multiple stays at the TUI Sensatori Resort Fethiye
- Numerous holidaymakers claim to have suffered from gastric illness symptoms during their stays at the Turkish hotel
- Many claim to be confined to their hotel room as a result of falling ill
- The hotel is at fault for the “serious” outbreak, according to its former visitors
Our legal team have discovered that a number of recent holidays have been devastated by sickness at Turkeys TUI Sensatori Resort Fethiye.
Unhappy holidaymakers have taken to TripAdvisor to express their sheer discontent, including one September 2017 visitor who commented:
“I wasn’t planning on writing a review as me and my husband have been holidaying abroad for the past 30 years and neither of us have ever been ill.
“I became unwell with severe diarrhoea and stomach cramps, so for the next couple of days I was unable to leave the room.
“My husband went to see the Thomson rep to ask if any other guests had been ill, but [he] was told that nothing had been reported.
“After reading recent reviews it’s become apparent there is a problem at this hotel”.
On top of this, another former guest of the TUI promoted resort revealed how they were hospitalised as a result of the illness they suffered during their stay. In a post titled “Hotel is lovely, but illness ruined our holiday!” the Wigan holidaymaker revealed:
“My partner and I arrived on Monday 18th September for a one week holiday, and by Wednesday night I became horribly ill with severe gastroenteritis.
“I was taken to hospital on Friday and [was] kept in overnight.
“The first two and a half days were great and really relaxing. But [I spent] the rest of the holiday confined to my room and in hospital…and I was off work for a further three days once we returned home.
“As I see it the hotel is at fault, we hadn’t even had chance to leave the resort before this happened.
“This was not simply ‘travellers’ tummy’, the hospital ran tests and it came back as a serious bacterial infection (most probably from food poisoning)”.
Comments from our legal specialist
“Our dedicated legal team have recently learned of a quite unnerving illness outbreak which may have occurred at the TUI Sensatori Resort Fethiye, in Turkey.
“It is our understanding that a number of the guests who have fallen victim to the illness have not reported their illness to the tour operator. It is crucial for all holidaymakers to know that the first step to take when falling ill on holiday is to let their tour operator aware of the situation.
“If you or your child have had a trip to Turkey which has been terrorised by illness, then our team may be able to help you. Contact YourHolidayClaims today to discover whether or not you can launch a claim for holiday illness compensation!”
Litigation Manager at YourHolidayClaims
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