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T&C, Nevis or St. John

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Enjoy reading this forum with so much great insight. My wife and I are looking to book a mid June trip for her 40th B-Day while leaving the kiddos stateside with the grandparents.

She seems to have T&C in her mind, though we don't know many that have been there. Looking at Regent Palms but open to suggestions in similar price range.

Considering Four Seasons in Nevis based on favorable reviews, but don't know anyone that has been to the island.

Many have recommended St. John, so considering the Westin.

Our recent experiences have been Marriott properties in Aruba and Curaçao.

Not top luxury but don't want worn out or cheap feel rooms.
Prefer a place that isn't crawling with families but not seeking adult only either. No mega resort but don't want to be isolated either.

We basically just chill at pool and beach during day, with a workout or spa mixed in. Poolside bar a must, beach bars in area (walking) a bonus. Sightseeing or water activities not on the age

Casual or nice dinners at night, resort mostly but willing to venture out some. we don't plan to shut it down after dinner so a good resort bar with some music or nearby, safe options to have some drinks and listen to music.
Day of shopping is likely as well, so need a place with nearby options.

Any insight or additional recommendations is much appreciated!

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