About: The Linden Centre
The Linden Centre is an American-owned, award-winning Dali hotel offering the intrepid traveler a true immersion into authentic China. Guests reside in an expansive and elegant courtyard home in Xizhou, a pristine village in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province. The facility is a nationally protected heritage site that has been restored to its former dynastic elegance. In the foothills of the Himalayas, guests enjoy a year-round spring climate and direct access to rich, undisturbed cultures in a true melting pot of the region.
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How a hotelier from Chicago is achieving success with his boutique hotel business by embracing Chinese cultures and traditions. The Linden Center in the sleepy village of Xizhou, Yunnan province has often been labelled as a luxury boutique hotel, but instead of providing guests with branded toiletries, limousine chauffeurs and personal butler services, the hotelContinue Reading
Written on April 13, 2015 at 1049 pm
Unprecedented American-owned and managed, upscale heritage hotel in China’s Southeast Himalayas honored by travelers from around the world. January 23, 2015 – Xizhou, China, The Linden Centre, a heritage hotel housed in one of China’s only national relics open to overnight stays, has garnered the award for China’s Top Small Hotel in the 2015 TravelersContinue Reading
We are proud to have been one of the nine finalists for the prestigious Award for Corporate Excellence. The ACE was first started in 1999 to commend US-owned businesses that play pivotal roles around the world as good corporate citizens. We were chosen by an interagency committee among nominations submitted by US ambassadors around theContinue Reading
Written on December 15, 2014 at 240 am
Brian recently delivered the following speech (in Chinese) to the Dali government. He will be speaking in Shanghai, Nanjing, Chengdu and Beijing in early November. （dates to be announced） “China’s Culture in an Era of Mass Tourism” Thirty years ago this December, I left my Beijing university dorm and hopped a train headed forContinue Reading
Written on September 13, 2014 at 1226 am
Click here to read original Psst,die Schwarzen Stumpfnasen schlafen noch! Nichts rührt sich in den Bäumen, die wie furchige Riesen in den Himmel ragen. Die Luft ist dünn auf 3000 Metern, da braucht man seine Mittagsruhe. Der Wildhüter zeigt auf die Krone einer Kiefer. Ein Rascheln? Stille. Das Fernglas ist scharf gestellt. Dann raschelt esContinue Reading
Written on September 10, 2014 at 656 pm
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