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There’s never a bad time to visit Tradewinds Carmel. Carmel and the Monterey Peninsula’s mild climate, bounty of local festivals, world-class events and excellent wineries draw international crowds year round. July and August tend to be cooler on the coast with some foggy days, but savvy visitors to this Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel know to find the sun and heat with a scenic drive, hike or lunch in nearby Carmel Valley Village. Early spring and late fall offer mild temperatures and shoulder-season perks. With the exception of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in early February, winter guests can count on enjoying solitary beach walks under crisp blue skies between Pacific rainstorms.