Here are some examples of shooting in a studio verses location.
First up - shooting in a studio
No windows for natural light or soft, comfy beds but a lot of that can be faked... after all it's a studio!
This is not a bed, these are sheets and pillows set-up on the floor.
Images shot in a studio tend to have cleaner backgrounds.
Sometimes you get lucky and the studio has an awesome sofa. Most don't but they usually have different types of chairs and tons of backdrops, and of course lots of room to work with.
These are examples of shooting on location.
if given enough room we can get studio like images. Note, none of these are hotel rooms. A typical hotel room doesn't have the space we need to shoot like this. If you want a hotel room, make sure it's a REALLY, really big one!
This was shot in the clients bedroom. Shooting at your home or a friend's is a top choice for making you feel more comfortable.
These three were shot at two different wedding venues. If your wedding venue has some cool furniture, they are also a good choice. even a wedding venue you liked but didn't book will work great. Almost all offer sitting fees for a nominal charge during the week day.
These three are done in the clients home. The space wasn't huge but more than enough to work with to get that studio feel.