A boutique hotel in downtown Linden, The Commodore Hotel offers 22 sleeping rooms with beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings, antique door hardware and exposed brick walls. The buildings that make up the hotel include the 1939 Staley Hotel building, the 1904 First National Bank Building, which now contains the hotel’s largest guest room at 1,200 square feet and the 1930s-era Miss Berdie’s Boarding House, which offers two floors of oversized guest rooms. The Cafe offers fine dining and live music is typically offered on Friday nights.
Lodging Style and Amenities
Free Wi-Fi access
Commodore Speakeasy Bar & Commodore Cafe
Small business perks
High definition flat screen television
Live Music every Friday Night
Handmade Linden Oil Soap in Rooms
USB Charging Ports in most Rooms
Plenty of Free Parking
Parking for Trailers, RVs, other large vehicles
$69-$139/night plus tax
Take I-40 W to Humphreys County. Take exit 143 from I-40 W. Follow TN-13 S to E Main St in Linden.
Take I-40 TN-152 E/Law Rd in Madison County. Take exit 93 from I-40. Drive to US-412 E in Linden.
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
Owners Michael and Kathy Dumont stumbled upon the town of Linden in their search for a simpler way of life. After purchasing a 400-acre farm, they turned their eyes to a vacant 1930s building where the Staley Hotel once operated. After an extensive renovation, the new Commodore Hotel opened in 2007.
Pet Friendly Notes
Dogs under 35 pounds are allowed with $10 per night fee.