We are adding to our series on hotel technology brand standards with a specific article covering brand standards for hospitality TVs. Our hotel technology product specialists put together a list of the different hotel chains, the brands under the corporate umbrella, and their respective hospitality TV brand standards.
Below is a list of the televisions recommended by hotel companies and their individual brands. Every hotel wants to provide a specific experience for their guests, and it is of utmost importance for a particular hotel branch, such as a Marriott, to have the same look in feel in Los Angeles as it does in Austin, or Miami.
Not all of the individual brands are detailed below. If you’d like to inquire about specific brands that do not have all of the hospitality TV details below, please contact us directly. We are happy to help clarify and provide further information.
Marriott Hotels & Resorts Hospitality TV Brand Standards
Marriott Hotels & Resorts generally want guest rooms to have 55″ TVs in their hospitality establishments; however, there are a few exceptions to the list: Residence Inn, Springhill Suites, Starwood Vacation, and EDITION.
Marriott Hotel Brand
Marriott Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|Marriott Hotel & Resorts
|JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts
|Renaissance Hotels & Resorts
|Courtyard by Marriott
|Towne Place Suites
|Marriott Exec Apartments
|Four Points by Sheraton
|The Luxury Collection
|40″ – 55″
|Starwood Vacation Club
InterContinental Hotel Group
InterContinental Hotel Group’s hospitality TVs brand standards are between 43″ and 55″ depending on the specific brand. They also have a guideline where smart TVs are preferred for their guest rooms overall.
InterContinental Hotel Brand
InterContinental Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|Holiday Inn Express
|Holiday Inn Select
All Wyndham hotels have a requisite to supply Pro:Idiom TVs to their guests’ experience. The Pro:Idiom televisions in their case range from 32″ to 55″ depending on the establishment.
Wyndham Hotel Brand
Wyndham Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|50″ Standard and 55″ for Suites with Pro:Idiom
|Wyndham Hotels and Resorts
|43″ Standard and 49″ for Suites with Pro:Idiom
|40″ Standard and 49″ for Suites with Pro:Idiom
|43″ – Pro:Idiom
|40″ – Pro:Idiom
|Baymont Inn & Suites
|32″ – Pro:Idiom
In contrast to Wyndham’s brands, Best Western’s brands do not require Pro:Idiom TVs. They have a recommended size of 32″ to 49″ in each guest room depending on the specific hotel chain.
Best Western Hotel Brand
Best Western Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|Best Western Premier
|BW Premier Collection
|43″ / 49″ is recommended
|BW Signature Collection
|40″ – 49″
Hilton hotels recommend Pro:Idiom TVs, as the connected room is NOT compatible with set top boxes / casting devices or IPTV solutions. An IPG is required, and Pro:Centric, Reach, or through System Integrator is needed. Additionally, an articulating bracket is recommended.
Hilton Hotel Brand
Hilton Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|55″ slim, edge-lit commercial HDTV
|55″ HD, Pro:Idiom required
|55″ HD, IPG is required
|49″ & 55″ Pro:Idiom
|TRU by Hilton
|49″ & 55″ slim edge-lit commercial HDTV
|Hilton Garden Vacations
|40″ – 49″ HD
|Hampton Inn & Suites
|Hilton Garden Inn
Hyatts have a 4K BLAN hospitality TV brand standard. Additionally, each of their hotels have a standard of 55″ for the televisions.
Hyatt Hotel Brand
Hyatt Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|Hyatt Hotels & Resorts
|55″ 4K BLAN
|Hyatt Vacation Club
|The Unbound Collection
Choice hotels have a recommendation for their hotel brands to get Pro:Idiom TVs into their guest rooms.
Choice Hotel Brand
Choice Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|Baymont Inn & Suites
|40″ Pro:Idiom Strongly Recommended
|Wingate by Wyndham
|32″ Pro:Idiom Strongly Recommended
Red Lion Inn
Red Lion Inns and their respective hotel chains require Pro:Idiom TVs in their guest rooms.
Red Lion Inn Hotel Brand
Red Lion Inn Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|Hotel Red Lion
|55″ Pro:Idiom or Basic w/ Apple TV
|Red Lion Inn & Suites
|43″ – 55″ Pro:Idiom or Basic TV w/ STB5500
|America’s Best Value Inn
|Canada’s Best Value Inn
Radison hotels and their different hotel chains also require Pro:Idiom televisions in the guest rooms as part of their brand standards.
Radison Hotel Brand
Radison Hospitality TV Brand Standard
Rosewood hotels have a hotel television brand standard of 55″ 4K with bLAN and OLED recommended.
Rosewood Hotel Brand
Rosewood Hospitality TV Brand Standard
Viceroy hotels have a hotel television brand standard of 55″ 4K with bLAN recommended.
Viceroy Hotel Brand
Viceroy Hospitality TV Brand Standard
Disney Hotels are moving to 49″ for their hospitality televisions in the near future from 43″ and 40″ respectively.
Disney Hotel Brand
Disney Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|43″ (Moving to 49″)
|40″ (Moving to 49″)
Motel 6 has two hotel chains with a 40″ and 49″ hospitality TV brand standard respectively.
Motel 6 Hotel Brand
Motel 6 Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|“Classic” Series (Fall of 2019)
|Studio 6 and Motel 6
Four Seasons have the biggest hospitality TV screen brand standard of all hotel companies with a 65″ minimum for all guest rooms.
Four Seasons Hotel Brand
Four Seasons Hospitality TV Brand Standard
Accor’s hotels have a hospitality TV brand standard of 50″ minimum for rooms, 55″ minimum for suites, and 60″+ in public guest areas.
Accor Hotel Brand
Accor Hospitality TV Brand Standard
|50″ rooms, 55″ for suites, 60″+ in Public areas
If you have any additional questions about the different hotel technology brand standards, particularly with hospitality TVs, feel free to reach out to our hotel tech experts directly.