Quique Kierszenbaum for The Guardian via The Guardian

A new hotel owned by British artist Banksy is "a hotel, museum, protest and gallery all in one," writes Emma Graham-Harrison in The Guardian. Opening on March 20, the hotel sits roughly 16 feet from the wall dividing Israel and the Palestinian territories, and its 10 rooms, which look out onto the wall, get a mere 25 minutes of direct sunlight daily. Graham-Harrison notes: "From the disconcertingly lavish presidential suite where water splashes from a bullet-strafed watertank into the hot tub, to the bunk-beds in the budget room scavenged from an abandoned army barracks, the hotel is playful and strongly political." Read more at The Guardian.

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