JOE REYNOLDS: This is the largest hotel project we’ve ever done, which will be bigger than any other hotel in the country, and it’s going to have a lot of room to expand in the future.

We’re going to get a lot more people in there and it will be a big success.

This will be the largest luxury hotel project in the United States.

It’s also the largest privately owned hotel project ever built in the state of Arizona, according to The Arizona Republic.

JEAN KATZ: But we also need a hotel that’s environmentally friendly and has the best views in the world.

And that’s why we’re partnering with Yucatan.

JERRY FALCONE: The first resort hotel is slated to open in 2019, and the two-story, 200-room hotel is projected to be the most affordable luxury hotel in America. The Yucat√°n is expected to be fully renovated and will include a spa, gym, wellness center, sauna, and sauna shower.

The project is slated for completion by 2021.

The resort hotel will be built by Jekyll Island, an Arizona-based hotel company that has been developing luxury resorts for nearly a decade.

The company announced plans in 2015 to build a luxury resort in the Mojave Desert.

In 2018, the company bought a hotel in Las Vegas and plans to build another in 2019.

This resort is not being built to serve as a luxury hotel.

The first phase of the project will focus on upgrading existing hotels to serve more people, which is expected, according, to The Associated Press.

As part of the agreement, Jekyl Islands will contribute $1.5 billion to the construction of the resort, which includes upgrades to existing hotels and amenities.

In exchange, Yucaipsas will pay $500 million in debt to Jekyll Island.

In addition to the hotel, the resort will also include a new spa, fitness center, and other amenities.

Yucaipas said the resort would be built on about 1.6 acres, about two-thirds of which is currently leased to another resort.

“The resort is part of our overall strategy to make Yucaipec a destination for the local economy,” Yucaippas CEO Michael Nesper said in a statement.

“We’re proud of the fact that the resort is in our backyard, and we’re proud that it’s in our neighborhood.

We also know that this will be an important part of attracting new business and visitors to the area.”

Read more about the Yucaapalooza project here: http://www.foxnews.com/business/2017/09/02/jekyl-islands-pioneering-hotel-resort-takes-a-new-look/