ZETA LAKE, Nev.
— Disney and ZETA resort in Nevada opened its doors to the general public Thursday for the first time in 20 years.
The resort, located on the southern edge of Las Vegas, is owned by the Walt Disney Co. and will be the third Disney-owned resort in the U.S.
It’s located in a sprawling and picturesque ski resort that is set amid a mesa-like backdrop of mountains, waterfalls and desert.
The hotel will include a bar, dining room, lounge, restaurant and two other rooms.
It will also include a lounge, retail area and a restaurant.
The resort will be one of several in the state that will open to the people, with resorts in Las Vegas and Reno expected to follow in coming weeks.
Disney owns more than 3,300 hotel rooms in the United States, according to a 2015 study by the U