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Welcome to the largest collection of Resort Maps on the web!

Find here the Resort Map (aka Property Map) for hotels in many popular tourist destinations in Florida, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. Click the top menu to browse the collection classified by destinations, or use the search tool.

How to view a Resort Map :
Click on a region in the top menu. Choose the specific destination in the sub-menu. A list of hotels in alphabetical order will appear in the right column (or at the bottom of the page on smaller mobile devices). Click on the name of the hotel (resort) to access its page. In the hotel's page, click on the preview map to display it in full size.

The image size of the resort maps varies a lot, we try to keep them within a size that would fit most screens, but some maps have so many small details that it was impossible to shrink them too much, these may take a little longer to load.

We use the term "Resort Map", but these images can also be called "Hotel Map", "Property Map", "Hotel Layout", "Orientation Map", etc.

Our intention in building this website was simply to provide a useful tool for future travellers. Most of the resort maps in our website are recent, but some are older, and some hotels have changed name (sometimes more than once). Although we are doing our best to keep this collection up to date, information contained in our website is not deemed to be always accurate or up to date.

We hope you'll find the map you are looking for! If you have a resort map that we don't have (or a more recent one) and wish to share it with the thousands of people who visit this website every day, please feel free to submit it using this form. But please don't use this form to request a missing map; if a hotel name doesn't appear or if a listing isn't highlighted with a link, it means we don't have it in our collection yet!

New maps are added frequently!


icon info Destination InfoThe fishing towns of Samana Bay offer great appeal to sun seekers, nature lovers and romantics, due to its islets or keys and immense beaches. Green mountains, long beaches, lively little towns and turquoise waters make up the beautiful sceneries to see. A main attraction here is whale-watching between November and March. Also the Los Haitises National Park, with its exotic vegetation, fauna and calm waters, make for an ideal daytrip. Accommodations can be found for any budget, and a slue of little restaurants offer delicious Dominican meals, some say the best of the island. At dusk, a stroll along its malecon is a must, where the breakwaters suddenly become alive with stalls, deckchairs, merengue music and plentiful rum.

Lily & Normand
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