In a stunning example of the global resort industry, Disney and Crystal Springs Resort have merged.
The deal will give Disney control of the resorts in Florida and Nevada, the world’s largest tourism markets, and bring Disney-branded hotels and resorts to nearly every corner of the globe.
The deal comes after years of speculation about whether the two would merge.
In a statement to The Times, Disney said the two parties are “committed to creating the world-class resort experience that Disney and our guests deserve, and we are thrilled to be partnering with Crystal Springs to bring the best in hospitality, shopping and entertainment to the world.”
Crystal Springs Resort and Spa will remain in Florida, while Disney will continue to operate it under its existing name, Crystal Springs Resorts.
The resorts will be named after the resort, which opened in 1928 and is the oldest continuously operating resort in the United States.
Disney has been trying to find a buyer for the resort for years, but this deal is the first major win for the company.
The resort will be called Crystal Springs World Resort, after the iconic theme park in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Disney also said it will rename the Crystal Springs resort in California the Disney Springs Resort.
The resort will also include a hotel and hotel-like entertainment facilities that will serve as the “world’s largest entertainment complex,” according to Disney.
Disney and Crystal Spring Resort have been working for years to get the resort up and running.
Last year, the company announced it was planning to spend $4.5 billion on a new theme park, and in 2017 it announced plans to open a new hotel and resort in Japan.
Disney will open the resort in 2019.
The Florida resort is already one of the top resorts in the world.
The Crystal Springs Hotel and Spa, which will be the largest resort in North America, will house 1,500 rooms and 2,300 suites.
The hotel and spa will be one of Disney’s most expensive properties ever built.