Multiple illnesses reported at Lanzarotes TUI Family Life Flamingo Beach resort
Our dedicated legal team are aware of recent outbreaks of illness which are reported to have occurred at the TUI Family Life Flamingo Beach resort in Lanzarote.
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Hygiene standards blasted at the TUI Family Life Flamingo Beach as illness is reportedly rife
- Children reported to have been struck by hand, foot and mouth disease during their holidays
- Concerns raised over poor hygienic practices at the hotel such as cross contamination
- The hotel which was formerly known Holiday Village Flamingo Beach has hosted illness outbreaks before
HolidayIllnessClaims travel law team have discovered multiple online reports, which suggest illness has hit multiple holidaymakers who have recently travelled to the Spanish island of Lanzarote.
Whilst researching into potential outbreaks of sickness at worldwide all-inclusive resorts, the HIC team have found numerous online reports that suggest sickness has affected guests at Lanzarotes TUI Family Life Flamingo Beach.
One former visitor disclosed details on how their familys visit to the TUI promoted hotel was plagued by hand, foot and mouth disease, as they revealed:
Finally our whole experience was tainted as we contracted hand foot and mouth whilst staying here.
Although Thomson had issued a letter stating a chicken pox outbreak had recently occurred (no date) theres no mention of hand, foot and mouth in their announcement and after a little google search you can see theyve had a problem with the virus for quite some time now.
Additionally it appears that other holidaymakers have also returned home disappointed following their visits to the three star resort, after another angered holidaymaker posted:
If you want cold tasteless food then its the right place. Not much variety, they have live cooking if you are lucky enough to get anything off it.
And I am wondering if the chefs know what they are doing as I did not one see anyone probe anything or take any temperatures for any off the food to make sure it is being hot held at the right temperature I am pretty sure the food is not at the right hot holding temperature and that is very dangerous.
Our Head of Travel Laws thoughts On The TUI Lanzarote Resort Food Poisoning Outbreak
Unfortunately, for the second successive year it appears that illness has affected holidaymakers at the TUI Family Life Flamingo Beach resort.
If the latest reports that we have seen are indeed true, clearly immediate action needs to be taken by both the hotel management and tour operator to stop these illness outbreaks from occurring.
If you have been unlucky enough to have had a package holiday ruined by illness an illness which was caused by poor hotel hygiene, then it is crucial for you to not let sickness have the last say.
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