You can rent out the house from House of Gucci on Airbnb 1 year ago

You can rent out the house from House of Gucci on Airbnb

Set your alarms.

It's the most anticipated film of this year, and with House of Gucci already getting a good buzz around it, we're not the least bit surprised it's already up on Airbnb.


The film centres Maurizio Gucci (played by Adam Driver) and his assassination in 1995 by a hitman, hired by his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga).

With the Gucci's home being a stunning 16th century palazzo in Lake Como, Italy, the location for this film is utterly breathtaking, filmed in Villa Balbiano. Even the name sounds fancier than anywhere we've ever stayed.

And for some lucky few, you'll be able to stay here for one night only on March 30, 2022.


Airbnb says the stay at Villa Balbiano is "situated on the western shore of Lake Como, Villa Balbiano is an awe-inspiring Italian jewel, and we’re proud it will be featured in the most high-fashion film of the year, House of Gucci.

"Transporting viewers to the height of ‘90s Italian opulence, Villa Balbiano is the site of Gucci family patriarch Aldo Gucci’s home in the film."

With a huge garden, an outdoor pool, and a private boathouse and pier, it also includes a six-bedroom palazzo which dates back to the end of the 16th century, when it was built by Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio.


The description continues: "It was enlarged and embellished by Cardinal Angelo Maria Durini who used the Villa to host a gallant and frivolous society where festivals, banquets and dances followed one another relentlessly."

To book this glamourous and showstopping getaway, you'll have to be quick as the booking on Airbnb opens at 12pm on Monday, December 6th.

To make the experience even better, the host has put their own words in the description, saying: "I couldn’t be happier to personally welcome you to Lake Como, one of the most beautiful places in the world. I’ll be onsite during your stay, and you will have access to the first three floors of the home, which are accessible by private elevator."