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Taylor Swift 'staying at luxury Edinburgh hotel' as she lands in capital for Murrayfield gigs

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Taylor Swift has officially landed in Scottish capital, as die-hard fans are desperate to get a glimpse of the megastar ahead of her highly-anticipated gigs this weekend.The Cruel Summer singer is is rumoured to be arriving at Edinburgh’s Caledonian hotel tonight hours after her dancers arrived to soundcheck at the Murraryfield stadium.Anticipation in Edinburgh is growing as Taylor arrives into the Scots capital for three nights fresh from her sell out gigs in Lyon.At the plush city centre hotel, security has been stepped up with Taylor’s team of guards who have been spotted at other gigs around Europe, furiously ensuring that only those who are meant to be in the hotel catch a site of the star.As well as putting up floral barriers to hide the superstar from site in the hotels car park and banners to cover the gaps in the iron gates, security have also coned off the car park to make it inaccessible to fans.Non-guests are even being advised there is no paid parking available within the grounds and there are no rooms left to book at the hotel.Inside, fresh flowers have been brought into the hotel to ensure it looks immaculate, whilst staff have been polishing fixtures and fittings to make sure it is Taylor-worthy. Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. Taylor’s trusted security team have been manning doors at the front and back of the hotel as well as keeping a watchful eye on staircases and guarding some of the corridors.An insider said: “Security has been stepped up massively for Taylor as she is such a huge star and everyone wants to see her.

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