This Sheraton is located on the northern outskirts of Sioux Falls, between I-90 and downtown. There is a small convention center next to the hotel in this mixed residential and light industrial neighborhood. However, nothing else seems to be in the immediate vicinity of the hotel; I did not notice any restaurants within walking distance. (There seems to be a new hotel cluster near a big new shopping mall on the other side of town and closer to the airport.) If you drive to Sioux Falls, be very careful to watch for deer crossing the interstates and other roads in the vicinity. Sioux Falls is a small city in the southeastern corner of South Dakota, The town has a quite pretty city park at the falls with some viewing platforms of interesting design. There's also a rather attractive downtown with restored historic neighborhoods and a museum of local history that I found worthwhile, There are a zoo (specializing in animals of the great plains, somewhat unique), a butterfly house, and a natural history museum south of town. East of town along the interstate is EROS (Earth Sciences and Observation Center), a facility that focuses on satellite technology in collaboration with NASA. The hotel itself is about eight stories high and has an atrium. What makes the hotel unique is its "Frank Lloyd Wright" style design. (The hotel was not designed by Wright but incorporates many design elements favored by Wright such as off-centered doors, geometric designs, build-in furniture, etc. If you know anything about Wright's architecture you can have fun spotting all of the subtle reminders of the famous architect.) Otherwise, this is a pretty standard medium-sized suburban Sheraton. There is a small indoor pool (that I decided not to use because it wasn't especially attractive) and ample free outdoor parking. As a Plat, I was given a club floor room. The lounge food impressed me as on the hearty side of standard. What was surprising, however, was the free self-service open bar (beer, OK inexpensive wine, hard alcohol, and mixers) in the early evening, although there was a lounge attendant present. (I suspect this might be related to local liquor laws in that it could be easier/cheaper to give alcohol away than to get permissions and a licence to sell it in the lounge if the hotel's liquor license for the downstairs restaurant and bar doesn't also cover the lounge location.) This hotel sometimes has cheap rates, including some special rates for people from surrounding states and for hunters (who are permitted to bring big hunting dogs with them). Overall, I liked this town and this property much more than I had expected. Advantages of the hotel include the Frank Lloyd Wright design touches, the complimentary lounge drinks, and the welcoming attitudes of staff, including the general manager (a local) with whom I had a long conversation in the lobby.