Lies, deceit, murder, and a glamorous 16th century palazzo - House of Gucci really does have it all!
And now you have the chance to experience it firsthand (save, we hope, for the whole hit man thing).
After being used as the filming location for the fashionable family's patriarch, Aldo Gucci (portrayed by Al Pacino), the lavish Villa Balbiano has landed on Airbnb for a special one-night-only booking.
One of the largest privately owned villas on Lake Como, the home is a testament to Italian opulence, outfitted in pristine antique art and furniture, 17th century frescoes, and sumptuous accents worthy of fashion royalty.
It was built at the end of the 16th century by the famed Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio, and throughout its history has been used as a gathering place for the international glitterati, setting the scene for infamous society banquets, balls, and festivals. If these walls could talk...
In addition to a private dock and expansive manicured gardens, the home boasts six luxurious suites designed by renowned interior decorator Jacques Garcia. And, much like Lady Gaga's accent in the film, nothing about the place is subtle.
If you're itching for an Italian getaway and have an extra $1,125 to spare, the villa can be yours - for a night. Booking opens on Monday, December 6, but you can take a peek inside the literal House of Gucci ahead.
[Photos via Airbnb]