This is a smaller than average Sheraton hotel located in the Denver Tech Center. It has a small "conference center," which I would just call meeting rooms because it's not a huge area of the hotel. We arrived at midnight after driving 15 hours. We asked for a room with a king bed and the front desk staff person graciously changed our room to a king. In fact, we might have gotten a nicer room than normal Priceline guests, as we were on the 9th floor, which was supposedly a club-level room.
This is a typical Sheraton hotel. The lobby has been updated, but is a bit small and dark. The cafe where you can grab a coffee in the morning isn't all that cozy, but it was clean and adequate. There is no gift shop. The gym is nice just enough to bring workout clothes. There are probably a dozen cardio machines, a free weight area and one universal machine. It felt clean to me. There was an outdoor pool but it was too cold to use.
The rooms have been updated with white down comforters and nicer tile in the bathroom. The bathroom was quite small. You couldn't get two people in there. I didn't hear any noise from my neighbors, but then again, I had the last room in the hallway and wasn't near an elevator.
The hotel has adequate surface parking but not necessarily near the lobby. It's in a safe area that is comprised mostly of office buildings, restaurants and big box stores (Target is a block away). It's just a couple minutes off I-25, so it's easy to get in and out. Overall, I was pleased. It wasn't the most exciting or luxurious hotel, but it was very pleasant and clean.