The elusive British street artist Banksy has offered his latest artwork in the form of a newly opened hotel in the West Bank town of Bethlehem.
The Palestinian guesthouse, which consists of nine rooms, is set to be a functioning hotel and art gallery filled with provocative and political satire art pieces surrounding the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
The guesthouse is situated right across the street from Israel's controversial separation wall and is dubbed "the hotel with the worst view in the world." Click through for a tour of Banksy's Walled Off Hotel.
A view from one of the rooms shows an Israeli guard tower along the wall that separates the Palestinian territory.
One of the art pieces displayed in a room depicting an Israeli soldier and Palestinian having a pillow fight.
People stand outside The Walled Off Hotel, which was opened by street artist Banksy, in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
A sculpture wearing a piece of cloth around its mouth is surrounded by cotton shaped like smoke coming out of a tear gas canister at a hotel named The Walled Off in Bethlehem in the Southern West Bank.
A general view shows the presidential suite with artwork displaying a heart with an adhesive plaster on it hung above a bed.
A wall decorated with security cameras and slingshots is seen in the bar area of the The Walled Off Hotel.
A view of the hotel lounge and dining area. The hotel presents to visitors a wonderful attempt at understanding the lives of Palestinians condemned to live behind the walls and whose lands were occupied.
Three models of angels wearing oxygen masks are hung from the ceiling at the hotel.
Banksy's work can be found throughout the hotel.
Palestinian boys stand outside the entrance of street artist Banksy's newly opened Walled Off Hotel in the Israeli occupied West Bank town of Bethlehem.