In Pictures: Banksy's Walled-Off Hotel in Bethlehem opens doors to guests
Secretive British street artist Banksy's Walled-Off Hotel in Bethlehem opened its doors on Monday (March 20). The hotel is only 4m from Israel's separation wall, which cuts through the occupied West Bank, and all the rooms face it. The nine rooms, which Banksy described as having the "worst view of any hotel in the world", range from US$30 (S$42) for a bunk bed in one room to US$965 a night for the presidential suite.
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