When Disney opens up its resort for the first time in more than a decade, it’s opening for business, too!

Disney announced it will open its first resort in more years in 2019 at the theme park in Florida, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

The resort is being built at the former Disneyland resort in Orlando, and is expected to open in 2020.

It will be the first of Disney’s new theme parks in the US.

The company is also planning to open a new theme park and resort in Dubai later this year.

The Disney resort has already opened at Disneyland and Epcot, and the company plans to open more in the coming years.

Disney’s other theme parks, like the Polynesian Village and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, also opened in 2020 and are set to open later this decade.

The new resort will be home to around 200 guests, according to the Orlando News.

It’s expected to be one of the largest theme parks and resorts in the world.

The opening comes after the company opened its first theme park at Disney’s California Adventure resort in 2019, the Associated Press reports.

Disney opened the Magic Kingdom park in Orlando in 2019 and added a second theme park to Disney’s Hollywood Studios in 2020, which is located in Florida.

The Florida resort opened in 2017 and Disney has now opened more than 300 parks in Florida and around the world, including in Australia, New Zealand and France.