This large airport hotel is located very close to LAX. There's a continuously circulating airport shuttle that is shared with several other hotels. Rumor is that one can even walk from the arrivals level Terminal 1; I haven't investigated, although I did observe that pedestrians are prohibited on the roadway leaving the airport on the departures level, where there is no sidewalk. The hotel is about twenty stories tall. It has three wings, some of which have good terminal and runway views. There is an outdoor pool, health club facilities, a lobby bar, and several restaurants that I did not try. One looked like an all-day-dining place and the other was more upscale and oriented toward dinner. There is a fair amount of private function space, including large adjoining lobby areas. There's also the standard lobby business center. The lounge (on a top floor) is relatively large and had lots of space when I visited. Morning and evening food presentations are standard, including alcoholic beverages (not complimentary). As a Plat on a cheap rate (weekday afternoon, arrival), I was upgraded to a junior suite on an SPG floor just below the Club floor (and lounge). It was near the center of the building (and the elevators) with good airport views. The room was large and irregularly shaped, with distinct lounge and sleeping areas, but no walls or door to divide them. The desk was long and narrow with a good desk chair and outlets. Bathroom was standard for a Sheraton of its generation. The room and its furnishings were clean and in good condition. No problems with service. There is a separate front desk line for airline personnel. Overall, this is a perfectly fine Sheraton where there are no surprises, either good or bad.