I really like hotel rooms photography because of revealing all the ‘behind the window’ details.
A professional photographer will ensure that a photo does not looks burnt (white) in any aspect of an image – which will always occur when shooting with windows (when the ‘behind a window’ turns out completely white/burnt). I achieve this aspect with a professional and manual HDR rendering.
In my approach to work, I can make a photo beautiful because a space is real, not because it’s ‘styled’. Adding extras to a hotel room like stemware and a bottle of wine because ‘it looks better or more romantic’? It’s not for me.
In my work and ethos, people and hotel guests will see a representation -even artistic- of reality.
Also, shooting a ‘small’ hotel room will not look ‘large’ with my final photos. Lens distortion (when using a wide-angle lens for rooms photography) will be adjusted in my post-production, to show a hotel room the proper/real way it is.