Iberostar Tucan terror as multiple holidaymakers reveal their illness issues


The dedicated legal experts here at HolidayIllnessClaims are aware of recent on goings which have unfolded at Mexicos Iberostar Tucan, where some holidaymakers appear to have had their holidays ruined by gastric illness.

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Holidaymakers claim to have suffered from very bad stomachs after dining at the Iberostar Tucan

  • The Mexican resorts restaurants are heavily criticised online
  • Some of the hotels former visitors reveal their gastric illness woes
  • Those affected forced to endure distressing symptoms of severe diarrhoea and vomiting

Whilst investigating into outbreaks of illness at worldwide all-inclusive resorts, the HIC team uncovered some unnerving claims which have been made by recent guests of Mexicos Iberostar Tucan hotel.

Commenting on website TripAdvisor, one of these disgruntled holidaymakers commented:

A very nice looking hotel on a great beach, is actually one of the worst we have stayed at.

As for the food, most of it is poor. The buffet has some okay things and a huge selection. The Mexican restaurant was the worst steak I’ve ever had.

PS two of us had very bad stomachs the same day and we only had buffet the day before!

I’d [definitely] choose a neighbouring hotel.

Furthermore, unfortunately it appears that other recent guests of the Iberostar Tucan have also succumbed to illness during their stay. A November 2017 visitor of the First Choice promoted resort posted:

While there on night 2, my oldest daughter from Fort Worth came down with diarrhoea and a stomach bug and got very ill.

On night 4, my youngest daughter was sick the whole last day with stomach stuff, vomiting and diarrhoea and was ill for 4 days total. Her husband came down with it the 4th night.
After our Hibachi dinner, I woke up at 4am with the same stuff and had to be wheel chaired to my flight that morning! As I write this three days later, I am still feeling puny.

The day we returned one of my grandsons from OKC came down with it and the couple from Houston got it the day they returned home.

None of us were in the same building at the resort, nor did any of us fly in on the same flight, so obviously something was going around at the resort.

Comments from our experienced solicitor

Our travel law team regularly learn of gastric illness outbreaks in Mexicos Riviera Maya region, however it doesnt make it less disappointing each time we discover that a new resort has been affected.

Here at HolidayIllnessClaims we are fully aware of how distressing it can be to have a holiday ruined by illness, so our thoughts go out to all those who have fallen victim to this latest outbreak.

However you do not have to suffer in silence if your hard earned holiday has been blighted by sickness. Get in touch with the experts at HolidayIllnessClaims today to discover whether or not you are entitled to make a claim.

Sue Robinson
Expert solicitor at HolidayIllnessClaims

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