Aruba, this past winter. I live where it's usually grey and snowy. Aruba is between 75 and 85 Fahrenheit 24 hours a day, always breezy, has vast unspoiled beaches, and multiple fancy resort hotels with every amenity. When it rains at all, it's usually during the night or early morning, and quite brief. (It's a desert landscape, not tropical.) Day after sunshiny day, marvelous.
I was aware the local population lives in poverty, so at my hotel and everywhere I went, I tipped generously. The tourist economy is the biggest employer there.