British holidaymaker, 22, says Spanish Covid quarantine hotel was ‘worse than a prison’ claiming he was ‘left without food for 24 hours’ and staff ‘RATIONED’ basic supplies including paracetamol and bottled water – NewsBreak

A British man says a Spanish quarantine hotel where he had to stay after testing positive for Covid was ‘worse than a prison’.

Speaking from Majorca, Cameron said the phone in his room was disconnected on his final night after he remonstrated with staff over claims an evening meal had not been brought to his room.

To make matters worse, Cameron says he had to return to the hotel from the airport, hours after checking out, because staff had allegedly failed to sign a certificate clearing him to fly.

Cameron said: ‘It’s been the holiday from hell. I didn’t get an evening meal on my last night so I went from 1pm on Sunday to 8am today without anything.

British holidaymaker, 22, says Spanish Covid quarantine hotel was ‘worse than a prison’ claiming he was ‘left without food for 24 hours’ and staff ‘RATIONED’ basic supplies including paracetamol and bottled water – NewsBreak