£6.5 million restoration ends at Oxford’s historic, fire-damaged Randolph Hotel

The £6.5 million renovations at a five-star hotel in Oxford, UK damaged in a major blaze have been completed.

The fire at the Randolph Hotel in April 2015, sparked by a flambéed beef stroganoff in its kitchen, ripped through three floors.

The Grade-II listed hotel was closed for three weeks, but scaffolding remained during the repairs afterwards.

Manager Michael Grange said he was proud the 150-year-old building was back to its former glory.

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