LEGOLAND is set to reopen its hotel following a fire outside the premises last weekend.

The resort hotel has confirmed it will reopen today (August 4) following a temporary closure.

The fire, which was isolated to the front exterior of the hotel only, happened on Sunday, July 31 at 3.35pm.

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LEGOLAND explained the hotel was immediately evacuated and all guests and staff are safe and well.

Royal Borough Observer: The aftermath of the fire. Picture: Paul KingThe aftermath of the fire. Picture: Paul King

A statement from LEGOLAND said: “The LEGOLAND hotel is currently temporarily closed whilst the necessary assessments and remediation works are undertaken and is set to reopen on Thursday 4 August.

“All guests who were due to stay have been given the option to have a full refund or offered complimentary alternative accommodation.”

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Hotel staff said visitors will still be able to visit the theme park with their tickets if they wish and the Castle Hotel, which is adjacent, is open.

LEGOLAND added: “We apologise to our guests for the inconvenience and would like to thank them for their patience whilst we assist everyone with rearranging their bookings.”