Family's dream £3,000 luxury break in Lanzarote is ruined by 'lecherous' builders

Mail Online | 4/13/2019 | Emer Scully For Mailonline
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'Lecherous' workmen carrying out construction around a hotel pool forced a family to spend money on a Lanzarote beach instead of using their all-inclusive booking.

Julie Reeves, 42, and her husband David spent £3,000 on an all-inclusive family holiday to Lanzarote.

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The couple travelled from Sheffield to spend a week at the H10 Lanzarote Princess in Playa Blanca with their daughter Jessica and Julie's niece Ria.

But their relaxing holiday turned in to a nightmare when 'lecherous' workmen made the two young girls feel uncomfortable by 'staring'.

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During the first day of their holiday, on April 1, the family were hounded by the 'horrendous' poolside construction.

Drilling, dust and workmen constantly passing with wheelbarrows meant the family could not relax and enjoy their time by the pool.

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Choosing to spend time at the beach meant the holidaymakers could not make use of their all-inclusive wristbands.

Instead they spent hundreds of pounds on sunbeds, parasols, food, drink and entertainment for the girls.

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Julie said: 'We arrived to a construction site around the pool area with pneumatic drills, cement mixers , electric saws and tile cutters.

'Dust was flying over us continually and lecherous workmen were constantly up and down with wheelbarrows.

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'On that first day we went in early because we had had enough of the noise and the girls didn’t feel comfortable said the workmen were staring which made me feel sick.'

'We ended up spending ever day at the beach after the first day as it was horrendous. It cost us a fortune.'

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But after reporting the conditions to TUI, who the holiday was booked through, a representative offered them an upgrade to privileged.

Julie, a dance teacher, added: 'It really amounted to nothing. Water and chocolates at...
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