Commodore Hotel - Linden, Tennessee

The Commodore Hotel offers 12 unique guest rooms with a variety of bed combinations. Scroll down the page to view description, rate and picture for each room. All rooms have a private bathroom, satellite TV and free wi-fi internet access. Most rooms have mini-refrigerators as well. Rates listed below are for one or two people, there is a charge of $10 per person per night for each additional guest.

Commodore's Quarters

Perfect for anniversaries, honeymoons, or that romantic getaway. Commodore Perry himself would have found comfort in the large King bed, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and over-sized bathroom with large jacuzzi tub/shower. Decorated with nautical accents.

$109 on Friday or Saturday; $89 on weeknights

Newport Suite

This suite offers the hotel's most spacious accommodations with a King bed and separate sitting room with a comfy sofa (pull-out bed), table and chairs. Named for Commodore Perry’s hometown, Newport, Rhode Island. The private bathroom has a tub/shower combination. There is also a sink in the bedroom.

$109 on Friday or Saturday; $89 on weeknights

Sarah's Suite

This “petite suite” offers a commanding view of quaint Main Street and the Courthouse thru it’s grand double windows. Sarah’s Suite includes a Queen bed and separate sitting room with a comfy sofa (pull-out bed), table and chairs. Named for Perry’s mother. The private bathroom has a shower stall.

$99 on Friday or Saturday; $89 on weeknights

Elizabeth's Chamber

One of the most popular rooms, due to its view of Main Street and the Courthouse, plus its extra space. This corner room has a Queen bed, comfy highback chair, and original bathroom with vintage tile and a tub/shower combination. Commodore Perry married Elizabeth Champlin Mason on May 5, 1811.

$89 on Friday or Saturday; $79 on weeknights

Hazard's Haven 4

Cozy and charming, this room has a Queen bed, two chairs, and a small table. Mercy Hazard was Perry’s paternal grandmother. Private bathroom with shower stall.

$79 on Friday or Saturday; $69 on weeknights

Captain Lawrence's Quarters

Named for Perry’s friend and comrade, this stately corner room has a King bed and enjoys Main Street and sunset views. It’s exposed brick wall adds warmth and history, as does one of the original corner bathrooms. If you’re a “ghost-hunter”, some folks say they “hear things” or “feel a presence” in this room. The private bathroom has a tub/shower combination and there is a sink in the bedroom.

Captain James Lawrence was the namesake of Perry’s original ship in the Battle of Lake Erie (September 10th, 1813). His dying words, “Don’t give up the ship!”, were sewn into a wool flag by local ladies a few months before the battle. Perry carried this flag with him when he & his men escaped the sinking ship during battle. Perry then fought on the USS Niagara to defeat the British.

$99 on Friday or Saturday; $89 on weeknights

Niagara's Quarters

A few mates (or family members) will find this double room grandiose compared to a ship’s berth! This room has two full-sized beds and eastern-facing windows. Named for one of Commodore Perry’s ships in the Battle of Lake Erie. The private bathroom has a tub/shower combination.

$89 on Friday or Saturday; $79 on weeknights

William Wallace Room

This room has two full-sized beds and eastern-facing windows. Private bathroom with shower stall.

Perry’s mother was a direct descendant of the Scottish folk hero (the film “Braveheart” was based on William Wallace).

$89 on Friday or Saturday; $79 on weeknights

Lake Erie Room

This room has two full-sized beds and east and south-facing windows. Private bathroom with shower stall.

$89 on Friday or Saturday; $79 on weeknights

Matthew Perry Room

This room has two full-sized beds and western-facing windows. Private bathroom with shower stall.

Named for Perry’s brother, Matthew Calbraith Perry, who opened up shipping routes between the U.S. and Japan.

$89 on Friday or Saturday; $79 on weeknights

Nautilus

This Deluxe King room located on the ground floor is handicapped accessible. Private bathroom with shower stall. The room has new wood floors, however, due to being an “add-on” room, it has no windows (which makes it great for “sleeping in late”!)

$79 on Friday or Saturday; $69 on weeknights

Hazard's Haven 9

Cozy and charming, this room has a Queen bed, two chairs, and a small table. Mercy Hazard was Perry’s paternal grandmother. Private bathroom with shower stall.

$79 on Friday or Saturday; $69 on weeknights

Contact The Commodore Hotel & Cafe

The Commodore Hotel & Cafe
114 East Main Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096 (click to view a map)

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