British holidaymakers have described holidays as “traumatic” after outbreaks of illness at the Hotel Kanta in Tunisia.
Visitors to the hotel have reported contracting salmonella during their stay at the Thomas Cook promoted hotel. They have commented on the review website TripAdvisor saying: “We were still ill when we came home so we went straight to the doctors to be tested and are awaiting results as he thinks we have salmonella too.”
Others have made complaints regarding the cleanliness of the hotels swimming pools, stating: “The main pool was disgusting, full of floating bits.”
Anne Thomson, Head of Travel Law at Your Holiday Claims, commented on the reports: “It is always concerning to read reports of holidaymakers contracting salmonella.”
“Salmonella food poisoning is very nasty with symptoms such as sickness, diarrhoea, and stomach cramps. Eating food which has been undercooked or contaminated with bacteria can lead to guests contracting salmonella.”
“It is vital that tour operators and hotel management ensure that high food and hygiene standards are implemented and maintained in order to prevent such outbreaks of illness occurring.”
“If you have fallen ill at the Hotel Kanta, contact myself or a member of our holiday claims team for advice on all aspects of the claims process.”
Hotel Kanta holiday illness compensation claims
For more information on how we can help you make a successful claim for compensation, contact Your Holiday Claims today.
Our holiday illness claims specialists have over 50 years’ combined experience within the travel law industry. They have the background knowledge and expertise to answer any questions you may have on the claims process.
Call us free on 0330 100 2851 or simply complete the online contact form and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible.