|Address:||114 &, 120 E Main St, Linden, TN 37096, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Monday:||Open 24 hours|
|Tuesday:||Open 24 hours|
|Wednesday:||Open 24 hours|
|Thursday:||Open 24 hours|
|Friday:||Open 24 hours|
|Saturday:||Open 24 hours|
|Sunday:||Open 24 hours|
The phone number for Commodore Hotel & Cafe is (931) 589-3224.
Commodore Hotel & Cafe is located at 114 &, 120 E Main St, Linden, TN 37096, USA
The website (URL) for Commodore Hotel & Cafe is: http://www.commodorehotellinden.com/
Commodore Hotel & Cafe is open:
Monday:Open 24 hours
Tuesday:Open 24 hours
Wednesday:Open 24 hours
Thursday:Open 24 hours
Friday:Open 24 hours
Saturday:Open 24 hours
Sunday:Open 24 hours
Great place to stay. Everyone is so friendly and helpful. The onwers are also great people to work with thanks
We can’t say enough about how Friendly, warm and accommodating the staff was , Kathy went above and beyond for us, the hotel is nostalgic and the building has such history, feels more like a bread and breakfast, the guests that are drawn here were all really delightful. Will definitely be back!
The Commodore is the only game in town. I can't imagine there was any "Night Life" prior to the new friendly owners taking possession of this historic hotel. Transformed it into a comfortable clean, warm and welcoming destination. They have a small restaurant on one side of the main building and on the other side a small cozy bar with soft atmospheric lighting where you can keep the conversation going after dinner. On the weekends you might want to return to the restaurant so you can take in the live entertainment. If you choose to stay put you still have the opportunity to hear the live entertainment with a Wi-Fi speaker set up in the bar area. No matter what you choose you can't go wrong.
If you planned on making it a special weekend then you can't go wrong with the accomodations that the Commodore can provide. After a full night of wining and dining and taking in the live entertainment then you can leave all your worries behind by just walking upstairs to your comfortable clean hotel room. Why take the chance of ruining the perfect night by driving or going anywhere else. Wake up in the morning refreshed and step outside and support the small local businesses that line the small quaint town of Linden. There's so much to do with all the local eateries and shops just steps away from the Commodore.
We loved the atmosphere so much we purchased a home nearby. We stayed at the hotel while house hunting during the day. After a long day it was comforting to unwind downstairs and anything we wanted specifically we could get by walking down the street to the local Food Giant.
My wife and I enjoyed our time in this special little hotel and I am pretty sure you will too.
I hope you find this review informative and useful.
Take care and enjoy,
A clear display of true southern hospitality.
My husband and I stumbled across this quaint little hotel when we got an advertisement for their Nighttime Kayaking. We decided to stay the night following the event since we live a couple hours away.
First, the hotel was very quaint. It's a small hotel that was restored so it still shows signs of its age, but not in a bad way. You can see the history that lie within the walls. We stayed in Room 2 and unfortunately, we didn't see any ghost, but we had a nice little view of the main street. Getting the hot water was a little tricky, but there were clear instructions on how we can achieve it. The room was pleasant with no real complaints. The only "complaint" was the crack under the door was leaking light from the hallway, but we solved this easily with a towel that we stuffed underneath.
If you are visiting, we highly recommend the Nighttime Kayaking if you are looking for a slow-paced experience. We were pleasantly surprised to see how involved everyone was in the whole process from arriving to the hotel to completely the event. A bigger surprise was the fact that the owner, Michael, was the one leading the kayaking event. We appreciated that he was leading us to the site and dropped us off. It’s rare these days to see an owner be very hands on for their guest, so again, we were pleasantly surprised.
The kayaking was very relaxing. The tour was led by Luke, who was one of the most ecstatic tour guides we’ve had. In talking with him, we can see his excitement to make the experience a very good one. Luke is a former night time lighting technician who decided to leave the hustle and bustle of Florida to come work this slow-paced kayaking. It’s a 180, but you can see how passionate he is about making Nighttime Kayaking a more elevated experience. Luke never faulted on ensuring we had a fun time. He took time to point out some interesting landmarks, took us along the banks to explore some areas, and he was always encouraging us to place our kayaks at certain areas for a photo-op moment. Although not the best photos, granted it’s very hard to keep a steady hand while kayaking, but we greatly appreciated him wanting to ensure we had memories to take home with us. At the end of the night, Luke dazzled us with a light display. It’s still a “work in progress”, but it was very peaceful to watch the lights amongst the dark night.
We cannot forget the General Manager, Haley who was there the entire time as well. Haley drove the van down to the site and drove us to the drop off location. She also provided us a very filling meal of chicken wraps and chips. There was water that was provided and we ended the night with smores that were provided as well. Haley made sure that not only the hotel was taken care of, but she ensures that we were taking well care of as well.
At the end of the experience, we ended up spending the night around a fire, speaking with all those we mentioned above. We cannot describe how they made us feel. We felt as if we were sitting around a fire talking amongst old friends. The combination of the experience, with Michael, Luke, and Haley, gave us the best experience we could ever ask for. We have never seen a clearer display of southern hospitality. Everything was easy-going, calm, and just pleasant. We loved how hands-on everyone was from the beginning to the end. If you are looking for a more commercialized experience, do not come here. Embrace the quite that this town has to offer. There are some amazing people in this town. We will definitely be coming back to experience what else it has to offer.
Dinner and music at the Commodore Hotel Speak Easy. The old bar was quaint and old and you could smell the old alcohol stains. Just a lovely place and excellent management and staff. Easy to talk and joke with. The music was in the cafe and it was excellent. The food was great too. I will be back for sure. Lots of character.