Uncooked food the cause of sickness at Melia Cayo Santa Maria?
Reports are emerging of an outbreak of illness, thought to be food poisoning, at the five-star Melia Cayo Santa Maria hotel in Cuba.
- Sickness and diarrhoea ruins hard-earned holidays as guests complain of uncooked food and flies all over prepared dishes
- Holidaymakers claim to have been left without hot water
Was your stay at Melia Cayo Santa Maria ruined by an outbreak of sickness?
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Suspected food poisoning outbreak at Melia Cayo Santa Maria
Recently returned holidaymakers have headed to hotel review site TripAdvisor to warn of ruined Cuban holidays at the First Choice promoted Melia Cayo Santa Maria resort.
In a particularly alarming report, one February 2017 hotel guest states that every single couple or group we met during our stay had at least one person sick with diarrhoea and stomach pains.
The stricken holidaymaker adds that it was no wonder so many were ill after witnessing uncooked food issues and being left without any hot water for a number of days.
If you are currently sick on holiday at Melia Cayo Santa Maria, our legal experts would always advise that you make your tour operator aware of your illness symptoms as soon as possible. We would also advise that you seek medical attention if you have been unwell for a number of days or experience any signs of dehydration.
Anne Thomson, head of travel law at Holiday Illness Claims comments: I find the online reports incredibly concerning.
It is well known that if food, especially meat, is served undercooked that serious illness can occur and holidaymakers may well find themselves at risk of contracting salmonella or campylobacter food poisoning.
Here, at Holiday Illness Claims, our dedicated holiday helpline remains open on 0800 01 54321, offering expert compensation advice to anyone who has been unfortunate enough to fall ill at Melia Cayo Santa Maria within the last three years. We will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.
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