This is a large convention hotel located at the end of Denver's downtown pedestrian and free shuttle bus street, near restaurants, stores, and other entertainment. It has 1231 rooms and 82 suites; a $70 million renovation has recently been completed. There is extensive private function space, including for extremely large events. I checked in as part of one of these enormous groups. When I arrived, another guest who wan't in SPG approached the SPG check in desk, who took excruciating care with that request while ignoring me. The person serving in this position was a trainee and the check in took a long time. I ended up with a high floor room with a nice mountain view just below the Club floors but with lounge access, of course. Not much of an upgrade for a SPG Plat, but I anticipated that all suites were booked long in advance. My room was OK; nothing wrong but nothing special either. The bathroom was small. Everything seemed clean and in good condition. The lounge is large and pleasant, with more generous morning and evening food offerings than I would have expected. Adult beverages (wine, beer, hard alcohol) are available for a charge and are served by the very nice lounge attendants. There are several computers with internet and a printer, so that one can avoid the lines downstairs to use LInked@Sheraton in the lobby. The Club floors are in the Tower building, which is across a side street from the main building and connected on the concourse (basement) level. I didn't have time to use the hotel restaurants and bars, nor the pool and health club facilities. Overall, an acceptable large convention property with a very nice lounge.