Change is tough, and loosing the print version of La Belle France is a big change. Honestly, I can’t tell you how appreciative I am to our hundreds of subscribers who have been so very supportive and understanding of this.
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After 30 years of publishing La Belle France, we’ve decided to stop our print edition. We will keep our website up and running and all current subscribers will have access to our website for one year beyond what their current subscription end-date is. We are sorry to see the print go by the wayside, and have dearly loved publishing LBF for so many years. Though traveling to France and experiencing all the wonders of the hotel and restaurant scene has certainly been fantastic, it has really been about the subscribers we have met either over the phone, email, and regular mail that has made this experience special. So many kindred spirits have contacted us over the years, whether to discuss recent experiences, ask advice, or just chat about France. We also are very proud of the loyalty our subscribers have shown us. We have many Francophiles who have been with us since the beginning. We thank each and every one of you for your support. It has been wonderful sharing our experiences with you!
Please email if you have any question about your login or password and enjoy another year of La Belle France online. You can access hotel and restaurant reviews, and we will continue to add to this database each month. We’re sorry that we couldn’t keep the print version going, but then all good things come to an end.
Enjoy the bright spots of color in the Tuileries Gardens this month as the Musée du Louvre — in partnership with the Gagosian Gallery — presents 15 floral “Flowers that bloom at midnight” sculptures by Yayoi Kusama to coincide with the celebrated Japanese artist’s retrospective at the Centre Pompidou. Corinne LaBalme
We’ve put together a special double issue for the end of the year. The changing Paris skyline leads us off, and then we return to our wildly popular “Best of” which rounds up the best and worst of 2012. The issue wraps up with the winter cultural calendar. A not-to-be-missed issue!
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In This Issue:
The Auberge du Jeu de Paume in Chantilly
Paris Hotels with Design Emphasis:
Auberge de Flora
Hôtel La Maison Champs-Elysées & La Table du Huit
Antique Lodgings in Bordeaux and Burgundy