Experience a perfect blend of historic charm coupled with modern comfort at the landmark Commodore Hotel.

Photo of Commodore Hotel entrance

Close to Everything Yet a World Apart

Located in the historic 1939 Staley Building at the southwest corner of the Linden Public Square, the 3-star Commodore Hotel offers charmingly outfitted rooms in the fully-renovated landmark. Situated in the center of Linden’s Arts and Cultural District, the hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from the Perry County Courthouse, the Linden City Park, and the town’s distinctive shops.

All twelve individually furnished and air-conditioned rooms in the main building include free WiFi and room service. Guests also find coffee makers along with flat-screen TVs with satellite access to premium channels. Private bathrooms include tubs or showers. Parking is free, and there is ample space for trucks, buses and RVs.

The Commodore Café, located just off the main lobby, offers a warm and inviting ambiance. The black-and-white tile floor, low lighting and opulent décor is reminiscent of a European bistro. The Café  specializes in southern Comfort cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Owner Kathy Dumont and the chef dream up fresh specialties each week; the food is locally sourced whenever possible. Live music, often featuring nationally and internationally known touring artists, is offered every weekend.Photo of a crowd at the Cafe in the Commodore Hotel in Linden, TN

 

The Speakeasy

The logo for the Speakeasy Bar at the Commodore Hotel in Linden TN

 

Guests can enjoy “vintage spirits and forgotten cocktails” in the hotel bar, the Speakeasy Lounge. In homage to the Prohibition era, the speakeasy offers dim lighting, serious signature cocktails, and even a secret entrance for those who wish to be unseen.

 

 

 

The Rooms

In addition to the main hotel structure, the Commodore Collection includes two floors of oversized guest rooms in the 1930s Miss Berdie’s Boarding House building (“boarding house” in name only), and the Mayberry’s General Store.

The revitalization of this landmark hotel and associated buildings by owners Kathy and Michael Dumont was a catalyst in the rebirth of downtown Linden. Come stay where it all began at the historic Commodore Hotel.

 

 

Be In Touch

COMMODORE HOTEL & CAFÉ

114 East Main Street – Linden

931 589-3224

Open Year Round

info@commodorehotellinden.com

www.commodorehotellindentn.com

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