The controversial street artist Banksy opened an "art hotel" in Palestine. If you're wondering: no, it's not a joke. It's a real hotel accomodation in which visitors can stay in the nine rooms customized by the artist, and also by Sami Musa and Dominique Petrin – but many others will follow. 
"The Walled Off Hotel" involves visitors completely, who will be surrounded by the artists's graffiti, but it's a political action who wants "to celebrate" the 100th anniversary of the British mandate who

"took control of Palestine and helped kick start a Century of confusion and conflict",

as Banksy explains on his website. Visitors can sleep in the hotel for 30$ a night and choose between the rooms offered by the artist, like those in the style of Israeli army barracks. Moreover, like a real hotel, the website of the structure has a "Q&A" section to give visitors every information they need and respond to the most frequent questions, like the safety of the accomodation and the duration of the project.
Among the events scheduled at The Walled Off Hotel - which will begin accepting reservations from late March - are rumored holdings of Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack and Elthon John.

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