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Ideas for a beach vacation for a family of six?

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I am struggling to find a resort that will accomodate my family of 6 in one space. I will be travelling with my husband and our four kids, ages 4, 5, 6, and 7 and would like someplace in the Carribean or Mexico where we can all stay in a room/villa within a resort and not have to use adjoining rooms. All Inclusive would be awesome too. We've been to Beaches in Turks and Caicos and it was great for the kids but an overall awful experience so we will definately not be doing Beaches again. We're open to anything in the US too, other than Hawaii. Our children don't mind flying for a few hours but we all get antsy after 5 or so hours.

We love snorkeling, playing on the sand, pools (kids love the sand and snorkeling but prefer to swim in a pool most of the day), and good food. Nothing extraordinary.

We are planning on going at the end of August but are open to going almost any week of summer.

Any advice or suggestions? Thank you!

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