Club Mac Alcudia Sickness Bug Outbreak – Latest

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Simpson Millar LLP Solicitors continue to receive reports of British holiday makers being struck down by an illness bug that has ravaged the Club Mac resort in Aldudia, Majorca.



The Club Mac is made up from 3 hotels, the Marte, the Saturno and Jupiter hotels. Many UK tour operators feature the popular resort and these include Thomas Cook, First Choice Holidays, Lowcostholidays and Jet2holidays.

It is reported that the holiday illness bug has led to many British holiday makers needing medical treatment with several taken to hospital where they have been admitted and placed on intravenous drips.

Is Food Poisoning or Dirty Water to Blame?


The illness cause is yet unknown by the nature of the symptoms, which include violent bouts of uncontrollable diarrhoea and painful stomach cramps. These symptoms are often associated with food poisoning or contaminated water.

The hotels have 8 swimming pools and a fear is that sick guests may be transferring the bug by contaminating the pools and other surfaces within the hotels leading to more unsuspecting holiday makers picking up the germs and falling ill.

Have you been a victim of the Club Mac Sickness Bug?


Nick Harris, Head of Holiday Claims at travel law specialist solicitors, Simpson Millar LLP, said: "The stories we are reading are horrific and I expect to be contacted by many affected guests."

"The holiday companies and the hotel should be looking to close the resort and deep clean it otherwise the problem is not going to go away."

"It is real concern as the school holidays are about to begin shortly and if the problem continues then many families who will be travelling to the Club Mac could have their health put at risk."

Nick says: "If you or anyone you know has been ill whilst at the Club Mac then get in contact if you are unhappy and thinking about claiming back the cost of your ruined holiday as we able to offer no win no fee terms and an honest assessment of your case."




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