The hotel has the atmosphere of an ancient mansion, many of the original elements of the building- including bricks and visible stones, the wooden ceilings and the particular stairs - recovered wisely that melts in a natural way with design furniture and contemporary art works.


In this building – at that time Tripoli Hotel – in 1913 was found the famous portrait painting of “Mona Lisa” of Leonardo da Vinci stolen, 2 years before, from the Louvre museum in Paris. The uniqueness of the FRAME HOTEL lies precisely in this particularity: a hotel capable of evoking nostalgic atmospheres typically Florentine but at the same time to maintain an international and transversal look.