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Dominican Republic Hotel Guests Suffer Illness Bug on Holiday at the Gran Bahia Principe La Romana

Holidaymakers wanting to experience a relaxing break at the Gran Bahia Principe in La Romana have been hit by gastric illness according to reports. Known for its secluded beach, hotel guests have experienced sickness at the hotel including vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps.

Reports indicate that the illness may not just be diarrhoea or “The Dominican Two-Step” as it is known locally. Holidaymakers suspect the illness outbreak was caused by something more sinister due to the acute nature of the symptoms experienced.

Simpson Millar Solicitors have a team that specialises in Holiday Accident and Illness claims and are investigating reports of illness suffered by holidaymakers who have suffered from sickness and diarrhoea whilst staying at the Gran Bahia Principe La Romana. Reviews on travel review websites state that diarrhoea, stomach cramps and sickness were just some of the symptoms being experienced by holidaymakers.

These illness symptoms are often associated with an outbreak of gastroenteritis potentially caused by contaminated food, water or dirty swimming pools.

The Gran Bahia Principe La Romana boasts one swimming pool with a swim-up bar, a buffet restaurant and 3 a la carte restaurants.

With 400 hundred rooms, the hotel is operated by UK based travel companies including First Choice and Thomson Holidays who send their customers to this hotel.

Get in touch with our Dominican Republic Holiday Illness Team today to find out how they can help you claim compensation for your illness abroad on:

Freephone: 0808 145 1353 or drop us a line using the form above.

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Dated: 17/03/2011


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