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THE LINDEN CENTRE - Xizhou Town, Dali City, Yunnan, China

From $131 per night to $220 Per Night· Please Call To Inquire About Availability

The Linden Centre hotels aspire to provide an enlightened immersion into rural China. Curious and passionate travelers, in search of a more profound cultural experience, will have direct access to timeless traditional communities via our carefully preserved and re-purposed compounds.

The Linden Centre’s hotels are still the only nationally protected heritage sites that serve as cultural bridges between the local community and our guests. Come for the culture….come for the adventure. Discover the majestic traditions and gracious people that are China!


KANG-RAISED TWIN

$150 PER NIGHT

Spacious private room, with large curtained windows and views overlooking the courtyard gardens of the Linden Centre. Beautiful bai-style antiques, and traditional wall paintings adorn this room. Luxurious and soft linens dress the traditional kang-style platform beds, which can be combined to create a King size bed if desired.

This room includes a bath en-suite, furnished with western style amenities, and soft fluffy towels embroidered with the Centre’s signature logo. Details like the traditional incense holder fish blocks make this room feel unique. Just outside of the entrance there is a small staircase that leads down to the courtyard and gardens.

SUITE FEATURES

Air conditioner | Wardrobe | Spare quilt | Bathrobe & Slippers | 24h hot water | Hot water kettle | Loose leaf green tea | Fresh fruit | Hair dryer | Wi-Fi


WESTERN STYLE COURTYARD QUEEN

$150 PER NIGHT

Spacious private room, with large curtained windows and views overlooking the courtyard gardens of the Linden Centre. Beautiful bai-style antiques, and original art adorn this room. Luxurious and soft linens dress the western style queen bed.

This room includes a bath en-suite, furnished with western style amenities, and soft fluffy towels embroidered with the Centre’s signature logo. Details like the traditional incense holder fish blocks make this room feel unique. Just outside of the entrance there is a small staircase that leads down to the courtyard and gardens.

SUITE FEATURES

Air conditioner | Wardrobe | Spare quilt | Bathrobe & Slippers | 24h hot water | Hot water kettle | Loose leaf green tea | Fresh fruit | Hair dryer | Wi-Fi


KANG-RAISED QUEEN

$150 PER NIGHT

Spacious private room, with large curtained windows and views overlooking the courtyard gardens of the Linden Centre. Beautiful bai-style antiques, and traditional wall paintings adorn this room. Luxurious and soft linens dress the traditional kang-style platform bed.

This room includes a bath en-suite, furnished with western style amenities, and soft fluffy towels embroidered with the Centre’s signature logo. Details like the traditional incense holder fish blocks make this room feel unique. Just outside of the entrance there is a small staircase that leads down to the courtyard and gardens.

SUITE FEATURES

Air conditioner | Wardrobe | Spare quilt | Bathrobe & Slippers | 24h hot water | Hot water kettle | Loose leaf green tea | Fresh fruit | Hair dryer | Wi-Fi



.....The Centre is not a typical hotel at all. It is a historic, traditional courtyard residence lovingly and authentically restored on the edge of the ancient Yunnan village of Xizhou and next to lush green fields under cultivation. More than a place to stay, the Centre is place to really BE in China. Beyond the very comfortable accommodations (and terrific breakfast!), every member of the staff (from top to bottom) was extremely professional, friendly and attentive and made us feel like family members who had come home for the holiday. The founders of the Centre (Brian and Jeannie Linden) are very likely the most interesting, knowledgeable and stimulating people you will meet in China (or anywhere else for that matter) and they really go out of their way to share their deep experience of China with their guests. Checking into the Linden Centre was not just a hotel stay, it was more like becoming part of a community.
— K.M.