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The great thing about planning a trip to Viceroy Riviera Maya is that its sub-tropical climate makes it a year-round destination. The hotel is busiest from October to May, when travelers seek out the turquoise waters, white sand and blazing sun of the Riviera Maya to escape the winter. June through August is when you’ll get hit with the hot and humid weather that will make you camp out on the beach or in your villa’s private oversized plunge pool. While May to October is the rainy season, showers typically don’t last long. Plus, the fall has the added incentive of fewer crowds trying to stake a spot on Mexico’s public beaches or visit nearby archaeological sites, such as Tulum, where Mayan ruins rest on a cliff overlooking the water, and Chichén Itzá, the Mayan Empire’s ancient capital.