An Ideal Choice in Garment District Hotels

Within Walking Distance to the Fashion District in Midtown Manhattan

Planning a visit to the Garment District in New York? Discover true convenience among hotels in the Garment District NYC by booking a stay at The Americana Inn. In addition to providing affordable and comfortable accommodations, we offer a desirable location for travelers journeying to New York City to shop at the Garment Center.

Where is the Fashion District?

The Americana Inn is an ideal choice when choosing Garment District hotels. Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, this iconic neighborhood covers the blocks between 5th and 9th Avenue and 34th to 42nd Streets. Our hotel on 38th Street is within walking distance to all of the renowned warehouses and showrooms. No need to be burdened with navigating New York City’s subway system or hailing a cab—you’re only a 7-minute walk from popular textile and fabric shops like Urbanspace, B&Q Trim Store, Spandex House, Mood Fabrics, Zarin Fabrics and Apparel Production Inc, and more.

What is the Fashion District?

The Garment District or Fashion District is an authentic NYC neighborhood dedicated to the fashion manufacturing industry. Celebrated for being unlike any other garment center in the world, the Garment District in Manhattan is home to a variety of factories, suppliers, and designer showrooms utilized by industry professionals. More importantly, it caters to all aspects of the fashion process from design and production to wholesale selling. Guests of the Americana Inn can also find amazing deals on designer apparel by attending Garment District Sample Sales.

Fashion District Landmarks

When you're done shopping, spend a day exploring the neighborhood’s famous landmarks located near Bryant Park and Times Square.

  • Free Garment District Walking Tours: Not sure where to start? Free walking tours throughout the Garment District take place twice a month and last for two hours. You’ll learn everything there is to know about the garment manufacturing and retail industry history while visiting famous design schools and other fabric or trim stores.
  • The Fashion Walk of Fame: Visit the only permanent landmark devoted to the fashion industry. Starting on 7th Avenue between 35th and 40th Streets, you can spot the 28 plaques dedicated to American designers, including Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs, and Betsy Johnson. Don't forget to check out the Needle Threading a Button sculpture, which serves as the Fashion Center Information Kiosk as well as The Garment Worker Statue, a famous sculpture by Judith Weller.