Here's a link to pictures of the hotel room from one side and the reverse angle.
The scene takes place at night. I'd like to light it as if it were by lamps in the room. Again, I have two 300s and two 150s, as well as a 650 Omni. I also have Divas but I think they would be too soft. So my questions are:
1) Does it look possible to shoot a wideshot of the whole room? That is, is there anywhere to hide lights?
2) What would be the best way to light one wideshot of the bed and one wideshot of the chair, as if lit by the lamps in the room?
First, I would increase the output of the practical lamps as much as safely possible. Then, for
the bed shot, you can bounce light off a white card or a white sheet (may use the ceiling also)near the left corner of the room. Then you can do the same from the right side for your fill(you may want your fill to be a larger/softer source than your key). Then when you move in for your closer shots, you can change the lighting a bit to make it look more flattering, keeping the direction of the key & fill roughly the same.
The shot of the door will be a bit easier, the key coming from the direction of the lamps. You will just have to balance the output of the three sources to acheive the mood you're going for.
This is a start. Hope it helps.