La Belle Vie is a rare journey through the splendors of French history. Created on a prized knoll between the Bel-Air Country Club and Hotel Bel-Air to house the world’s most esteemed collection of Auguste Rodin sculpture, the masterpiece orchestrated by architect Michael C. F. Chan and interior designer Bebe Winkler—along with their army of artisans—transports you to the courts of Louis XV and XVI on a monumental scope with stunning beauty. Beyond the resplendent Neo-classical limestone façade, you are greeted by an elliptical three-story entrance hall. Here begins one splendorous scene after another: the opulent grand salon, bedazzling formal and junior dining rooms, sun-dappled conservatory, double-height library, nine voluptuous bedrooms, and 21 radiant baths. The sumptuous master wing presents two ethereal sitting rooms and bath suites. On the lower level await handsome screening and billiard rooms, a spa/gym, beauty salon, and wine cellar. La Belle Vie’s romance reaches its zenith under the starlight, as you step out to fountained gardens crowned by a regal pool, pavilion, and tennis court—even here to be inspired by the artistry of Rodin, the artistry that inspired each and every setting.