I am just an amateur.
Sometimes I do the opposite when there is a lack of light and the motion is slow. Instead using 180, I use 270 or even 360. I pay an excess of motion blur, but I get a less noise image.
I'd like to add one more tip:
A good windscreen or deadcat. When you shoot outdoors this is important to block the wind. Wind is always there and the recorded sound can be nasty to clean.
However, even a good deadcat is not enough, sometimes. A blimp is going to work well, but it is too large for this kind of locations. Does anybody know a smaller good solution?
Sorry! But, at least, you already know what to do next after leaving the hotel:
Do not book in again. They don't even know what free publicity is.
Tell to everybody what hotel is and what kind of hotel it is.
Publish your video again. It is a very good video.
I have been trying to watch your trailer for two day several times, but Vimeo didn't give anything. I thought you should know.
Very useful article.