Disney World is opening a resort in Mexico in 2021 that is scheduled to open in 2021.
Disney said the resort, called Disney’s Sunriver Resort, will be open to guests starting in 2020.
Disney announced the project in a blog post Thursday.
“We are excited to announce that Disney’s next destination for guests and families in Mexico, Sunriver, is now ready to be opened,” the blog post said.
The resort will be the first in the Walt Disney World brand to open, and the first for Mexico.
The Disney resort is expected to cost about $1.7 billion.
The company is looking to build a larger resort near the resort in 2019 or 2020, Disney said.
In the summer of 2020, the company also said it will open a new resort at the Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Florida.
That project will cost $4 billion and is expected for 2019.
In 2018, Disney announced that it would open a resort on its resort in Orlando, Florida, but that project is not expected to open until 2022.
Disney World has a history of opening in a number of locations in Mexico and Central America.
The Orlando area has a strong relationship with Disney World, which has hosted its theme parks in the city since 1955.
In 2016, the resort opened its first theme park in the United States, the Magic Kingdom, and in 2018 it opened its second in Mexico.