Trumpetplayer and singer Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong is perhaps the world’s most famous musician of the twentieth century. In the 1920’s he invented a way of playing jazz that musicians still follow today. With his distinctive voice he was the most important singer of its kind. He is the only musician who has not inaugurated “his” room here.
Many valuable memorabilies are here to discover such as one of his horns, a picture of his house in Queens, NY (today a museum worth to visit), his sandals and a handwritten letter addressed to Arwell and Madeleine Shaw.
1st Floor, 32 m², vestibule, large windows, view in to the greenery, king bed