Is The Idea Of A July Visit Crazy?

Discussion in 'Temptation Cancun Forum' started by DenverGuy, Dec 22, 2019.

  1. DenverGuy

    DenverGuy Enthusiast Registered Member

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    I was at Temptation in March of 2018 and the weather was great. I was thinking about taking a friend from Taiwan with me in July. I have been to Taiwan in summer and it is VERY hot and humid. She can handle it, but I live in Denver.
    I know that Cancun is on the water. Are there breezes in summer? Is Temptation a ghost town? Is it very uncomfortable in summer? Are room rates less in summer?
    Muchas gracias.
     
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  2. cnparda

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    Temptation is fun year round, but yes it will be mucho hot. There are busier times, but to be honest we prefer when it’s less busy bc we get our drinks faster and get reservations easier. It is cheaper in July then fall/winter holiday time.
    We are headed in July and have been in April, December and January...there is always a party.
     
  3. Dan & Barbie

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    When in July are you guys going? We are booked 1st-6th. Only saw a couple others booked so far based on prior threads.
     
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    July was great earlier this year. Been in April and September which are both generally sold out, but had the best time in july. It's hot but we dont wear much clothing at night anyhow.
     
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    Salvatore Furca Newbie Registered Member

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    How is it around Labor Day week?
    Busy?
     
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    Oh yeah that's usually sold out and a great week to go.
     
  7. KyleandShaylaK

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    We will be there July 17th to 24th. I’m expecting it to be hot! But I’m looking to have fun so it’ll all be good.
     
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    Arriving on the 4th! And is there more than one temperature in Cancun? Hot is the year-round temp
     
  9. DenverGuy

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    Thanks, everyone.
     
  10. Stacia_and_John

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    We've been to TTR in July a few times, it's hot, but it's great. We were there last July (2019) as a matter of fact. From Houston, we actually cool off when we get to TTR compared to our house. We literally left 100 degrees F and 100% humidity the day we left and arrived in 92 F and 90% humidity at the airport, and the humidity seemed to go down a bit more as we got closer tot he beach. It was no problem, and the warmth was conducive to the tiny/sexy outfits at night.
     
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