February Weather Averages for Playa del Carmen, Mexico

What's the Weather like in Playa Del Carmen in February 

Temperature 

Temperatures start to warm up in February in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, though it is still winter and one of the coldest months. Thanks to its location close to the equator, Playa del Carmen sees a mild climate year round, ensuring warm weather and plenty of sunshine even in the winter months. February is also part of the dry season, which means that the resort sees barely any rainfall. This, combined w...

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    • Temperature Temperature 24°C 76°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 29°C 84°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 20°C 67°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 15 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 2 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 26°C 80°F

    Playa del Carmen Weather for February 2019

    What's the Weather like in Playa Del Carmen in February 

    Temperature 

    Temperatures start to warm up in February in Playa del CarmenMexico, though it is still winter and one of the coldest months. Thanks to its location close to the equator, Playa del Carmen sees a mild climate year round, ensuring warm weather and plenty of sunshine even in the winter months. February is also part of the dry season, which means that the resort sees barely any rainfall. This, combined with hours of sunshine and high temperatures make it the perfect place to go for some much-needed winter sun.

    During the hottest parts of the day, temperatures in February can rise to 29°C and above,
    but you can normally expect average temperatures to sit at around 24°C. Even in the evening it is still very mild, with average low temperatures sitting at around 20°C. This means that t-shirts, shorts and swimwear are perfect for the daytime, but you might want some slightly warmer layers for after dark. Remember to pack lots of sun cream too because, even though it is still winter, the sun is very strong at this time of year.

    Rain

    February falls in Playa del Carmen's dry season and it is actually one of the driest months of the year with only around 15mm of rainfall throughout the entire month. This tends to fall over just 2 days, so it is highly unlikely that you will get caught in any showers. With only a 13% chance of rain throughout February, there is no need to pack an umbrella or waterproofs – you can always seek out shelter if the heavens do open up.

    Sunshine Hours

    Playa del Carmen is situated close to the equator which means that there is barely any change in sunshine hours throughout the year. Luckily this means that, in February, you can expect to enjoy around 9 hours of sunshine per day – plenty of time to get out and about, soak up the sun on the beaches, and explore everything the resort has to offer.

    Average Sea Temperature 

    Beach-going is a popular pastime for visitors to Playa del Carmen, as the resort boasts a number of lovely sandy beaches. But more importantly, the water is very warm – even in February. Despite it still being winter, sea temperatures languish at a tropical 26°C, providing the perfect environment for sunbathing, swimming, and exploring the region's colourful underwater world. Bear in mind that there is a 25% chance of a windy day at this time of year so, if it does get a bit blustery, be sure to keep an eye on the changing currents and waves.

    All in all, February is a great time to visit Playa del Carmen. The days are long and filled with sunshine and there is hardly any rain. This, combined with the exceptional amount of things to see and do in the resort makes it the perfect place for a warm winter break.

    Playa Del Carmen Hotels in February 

    For a secluded, intimate stay, check into the Valentin Imperial Maya, a luxurious hotel complex hidden away amongst beautiful green scenery. Taking inspiration from traditional Mexican design and haciendas, the hotel is a stylish amalgamation of old and new. It features an earth-toned palette mixed with grand walkways and whitewashed walls. Rooms and suites are sumptuously comfortable with thick Egyptian cotton and patterned throws, as well as low, ambient lighting and private balconies with spectacular views. There are over ten different restaurants and bars dotted throughout the complex, meaning there is a menu for every occasion, from rooftop cocktails to luxury lobster dinners. Plus guests can enjoy the in-house spa facilities and the large swimming pool.

    Playacar Palace is an all-inclusive resort set right on the beachfront, soaking up views of the sparkling blue sea and beyond. The retreat-style accommodation offers guests a selection of swimming pools, some of which are situated directly on the beach, as well as a relaxing, ambient environment that's peaceful and relaxing. Rooms are simple and modern, with whitewashed walls, earthy colours, and marble floors. They each have their own private balcony with breath-taking views over the ocean. Guests can enjoy the three on-site restaurants and the three bars including the rooftop terrace, experience the state-of-the-art spa, and spend the day at the hotel's personal golf course.

    Design lovers should check into the contemporary In Fashion Boutique Hotel which oozes the charm and ambience of an art gallery. There are slick marble floors and colourful installations dotted around, as well as quirky design elements like patterned pillows, pops of colour and a central courtyard. Each suite boasts a unique style of décor with beautiful abstract art pieces hanging on the walls, and the bathrooms are luxurious with deep Jacuzzis and large, relaxing bath tubs. Guests can enjoy the in-house swimming pool which is unusually situated in the central atrium of the hotel, as well as enjoy a drink at the poolside lounge.

    The Pueblito Luxury Condohotel offers a stylish stay right on the waterfront in Playa del Carmen. Surrounded by lush greenery and the twinkling waters of the Caribbean Sea, it's the perfect place for a peaceful getaway. Suites are elegant with contemporary furnishings and whitewashed walls, and each room has its own balcony overlooking the stunning views. Guests can enjoy the rooftop swimming pool and lounge bar, the in-house spa facilities, and the delicious continental breakfasts that are served on the terrace every morning.

    Playa Del Carmen Beach for February 

    Maroma Beach is a gloriously soft stretch of sand sprawling out around the Maroma Beach Resort. It is a luxurious part of the shoreline, boasting a relaxing range of beds and even mobile spa treatments that you can have carried out as you sunbathe. The water is particularly clear in this spot, with pink-coloured coral and a fascinating underwater world that can be discovered by snorkelling or scuba diving. Beach-goers can enjoy a refreshing cocktail whilst the sun sets here – the perfect place for a romantic getaway.

    Coco Beach is a slightly livelier affair. It is connected to the famous Canibal Royal Beach Club and the new Coco Beach Club which is a flurry of retro design. If you're looking for a party atmosphere, then this is the backdrop for you, with its all-day music blasting out by a range of DJs and a selection of drinks available from the two bars. This part of the beach is long and sandy, with clear blue shallows perfect for splashing around in.

    Bars and Restaurants 

    Kava Kasa is a health food bar and lounge offering a delicious array of freshly made fruit smoothies and healthy snacks. The rustic décor of the lounge provides a natural atmosphere, perfect for relaxing and indulging in a little bit of wellbeing. The bar also serves as a shop where you can buy some of the ingredients and health foods on offer, plus it also runs a series of yoga and Pilates classes for those looking to truly chill out.

    Coffee Stop is the perfect place to enjoy a hearty breakfast, or to stop at for a quick bite to eat throughout the day. Set amongst a relaxed, laidback surrounding in the heart of Playa del Carmen, Coffee Stop stocks a range of coffees and teas, as well as cold drinks such as Mocha Frios and Caramel Frappes. The menu is filled with delicious bagels, including tuna, cheese and ham, salami, and jam, and there are a selection of croissants, too, ranging from marmalade to cheese, ham, and salami.

    Salt Rock Grille is a traditional grill restaurant serving a variety of hearty meat, fish and vegetarian dishes. The intimate atmosphere makes it the perfect place to go for a laidback evening meal, and the selection of classic cocktails is the ideal way to start any evening. The dinner menu boasts a variety of fresh flavours in dishes from all over the world, including Jambalaya, Jakarta chicken, Tuscan fettuccini and Bavarian pork schnitzel. 

    Things to do in Playa Del Carmen in February 

    The Nuestra Senora del Carmen Catholic Church is a beautiful white-domed building close to the beach. It's surrounded by green palm trees and the interior is classically simple, with a bright and airy ambience thanks to the huge, archway windows. Visitors can attend Mass ceremonies every weekend which welcome in new guests with open arms, or they can simply visit in their own time and enjoy the peaceful environment.

    The ruins of Coba lie just two hours from Playa del Carmen and offer an insightful look into the rich and fascinating history of Mexican life. There is a huge pyramid typical of the Mayan era, as well as hidden passageways moving through oversized, gnarled trees and there are numerous wildlife species that call the area their home. Though a few of the buildings have been restored, many have been left in the state they were found in, meaning visitors can experience what life might have been like for Mayans back in the early days.

    The Chaak Tun Cenote is a real hidden gem, tucked beneath the thick layers of jungle in Playa del Carmen. Situated below the ground, it opens out into a clear blue lake framed with knobbly stalactites and stalagmites and uneven, rock beaches. Visitors can explore the numerous decorative caverns that make up the cenote whilst learning more about the natural history of the site, which is named after the Mayan God of rain.

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