Raf Sanchez reports:
The Presidential Suite boasts “the worst view of any hotel in the world”. The piano lounge is decorated with mounted CCTV cameras. And the doorman in the top hat at the front stands just feet from one of the Middle East’s most-reviled structures.
But it wouldn’t be a Banksy hotel without some dystopian strangeness.
The elusive British artist has opened a hotel wedged up against the Israeli security wall that wraps around Bethlehem.
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