If you're in the room , no worries.
Most hotels don't have a problem shooting in the hallway either, as long as you're not disruptive. I've shot in ballrooms, hallways, ice machine alcoves, the elevators and elevator foyers, the pool, even the maids maintenance closet (!) - all with no problems. The service staff has never even given a second glance, and only once did I get a raised eyebrow from a "suit," but he didn't say anything since the two models were the male and female heavyweight winners at a bodybuilding competition the day before. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
If I do go out on campus to shoot, I tend to ask - so far, every hotel that I've done that has had no problem, they usually ask (and I've learned to issue a statement in a prepareatory strike when I ask) that I not shoot, or if I do shoot, to remove, identifiable logos and markings. Obviously common sense prevails; as long as you're not terribly disruptive, you'll likely be able to come back and shoot again.
Both of these were actually shot in meeting rooms, one while staff was setting it up, one while the lessee was actually moving in (and nobody cared)!