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Looking for suggestions for mid-Jan for multi-generations vacay h

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Hoping to narrow choices without tons of research on my part.
Wanting a week or so to relax in a warm place with beach and pool.

Two adults coming from St Kitts.
Two oldsters, one adult, one child coming from Baltimore.

We, the oldsters, have been to St Kitts several times and would go again, but
Cost of airfare for four to St Kitts is so high, plus it is a fairly long trip with at least one stop, so we hope to find another nice place for all to meet. The couple who live on St Kitts would enjoy someplace different. We've thought about PR or Miami Beach, but would love other ideas for places with shorter and cheaper flights than St Kitts, yet not too difficult for couple from St Kitts to get to.
I was not impressed with St Thomas, but like the looks of St John. Have not looked into the Turks, Caicos, except pictures look lovely. Thought Barbados was pretty when we were there on a cruise.
We are:
Two 70 year olds who enjoy some walking, a little beach, a little snorkeling, simple food, mostly sitting by pool reading and getting away from cold weather.
One 45 year old who loves the beach, interesting food and hot weather.
One 4 year old who loves a pool, burgers and pasta.
44 year old who enjoys mostly a pub.
43 year old who loves adventure, scuba, great food.

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