The Disney Cruise Lines (DIS) cruise ship line is expected to begin selling its first Florida location, a resort and hotel complex called Kings Landing Florida, at the end of the month, according to company officials.
The resort is part of Disney’s expansion into Florida, with plans to add at least four more resorts in the state.
Kings Landing is part-owned by the Walt Disney Co., which owns Disney Parks and Resorts International, and is expected in Disney’s first Florida store, which opened in June 2016.
Disney officials said Kings Landing will have more than 1,500 rooms and has a total of 618 rooms, while the resort will be about 1,100 rooms and 656 rooms.
The Kings Landing Florida location is expected be the first of a handful of new locations to open in the future, with Disney hoping to open a total number of new Disney parks and resorts by 2020, said Scott Johnson, a spokesman for DIS.
Disney has about 3,600 restaurants in all 50 states, Johnson said.
The company has a dozen other restaurants in Florida, according.
The Florida expansion, Johnson added, will likely take the company through to 2020.
Johnson also said DIS has not yet decided on the date of the Kings Landing opening.
He said Disney’s Florida expansion is still a long way from opening.
In addition to the Kings Land resort, DIS also owns Disney’s other resort, Disney Springs, and has two other Florida locations, both in Orlando.
Disney Springs is expected open in 2020.
Disney is currently offering a three-day, one-day and two-day Disney cruise to Florida, which is $200 per person.