That TV looks almost helpful, as if it could move around and fix things like the “Silent Running” robots. Champagne on ice! Chairs whose fusty style will, in retrospect, seem utterly wrong for the sleek modernism of the era, yet provide a stylistic contrast that will define the era’s aesthetic collisions!
The brochure put "color television" in blue every chance they had. Given the limited palette of the brochure, it almost undercut the very idea, or gave you the idea what it was like to be colorblind.
If you wish to see the entire brochure as originally laid out, here you go. Otherwise: if you're wondering what Sheraton could do when it really went to town? Click on.