Food poisoning problems arise at the Grand Oasis Sens hotel


The legal team here at HolidayIllnessClaims have been made aware of a number of recent reports, which suggest that many holidaymakers have unfortunately had their breaks ruined by illness at Mexicos Grand Oasis Sens resort.

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READ THIS BEFORE YOU BOOK: Former Grand Oasis Sens guests warn others of the resorts illness issues

  • Multiple former visitors of the Cancun resort reportedly suffer from gastric illness
  • Some claim that their illness was food poisoning
  • Its not too late to launch a claim for holiday illness compensation if you have fallen ill on a package holiday within the last three years!

Our travel law specialists are concerned over a potential outbreak of gastric illness, which has reportedly devastated numerous holidays at the Grand Oasis Sens resort in Cancun, Mexico.

Those affected have taken to TripAdvisor to warn others of the ordeals they endured whilst visiting the four star resort, such as one February 2018 visitor who claimed:

We booked the Grand Oasis Sens [in] November 2017, with our travel dates as Feb 7th-14th.

We are both currently sick  [it] started on Day 5 of our trip, and as of writing this, we are still sick.

[Its] Day 9, and [theres still] no end in sight. Not sure what to attribute it to, but we arent the only ones according to the Facebook group we joined.

[It] seems to have been a bad week to vacate there.

Worryingly this holidaymaker was correct in saying that they were not the only recent guest who has had their holiday spoiled by sickness, as another February 2018 visitor of the Thomas Cook promoted resort also revealed:

My friend & I stayed for 5 nights from Feb 7th-12th. [Its my] first time at an all-inclusive resort.

We met a lady & she told us her husband has been in bed all day with food poisoning. [On] my last day at the resort, I felt pain in my stomach & did not feel well.

I was in the bathroom non-stop. The toilet was weak & did not flush. Once I got home, I was sick for a week or more with food poisoning.

On a positive note, it is a beautiful resort with ocean view, but [Im] not sure if I trust the food there.

Our legal experts take

It is alarming to learn that holidaymakers at the Grand Oasis Sens have claimed to have been struck by food poisoning during their visits.

Food poisoning is an illness that is usually caused by consuming food or drink that has been contaminated by bacteria such as salmonella or E. coli.

It is a particularly unpleasant intestinal infection that causes symptoms such as watery diarrhoea, painful stomach cramps and nausea. These symptoms can often leave holidaymakers bedridden and subsequently with little chance of enjoying their holiday.

If you have suffered from food poisoning on holiday as a result of poor hotel hygiene, then our team may be able to help you. Contact our specialists now to find out whether or not you are eligible to make a claim.

Craig Bibby
Expert solicitor at HolidayIllnessClaims

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