Best Practice is to consult with your local Ruckus VAR or Systems Engineer about your design.
Your hotel environment and building construction matter to RF signal propgation, and your AP choice
too. You typically DO want to use all 2.4g radio bands, 1-11, and only 1/6/11 exclusively if you have
very old equipment that cannot use all channels. How you place your APs should be determined
by how many rooms/clients you expect, depending on how many floors in the hotel, outdoor needs
like a pool area/parking lot coverage. Typically, yes, leave your APs on full power, and allow the
controller to adjust AP power/channel, will be best for the most clients. Many hotels will have an
indoor Hospitality AP for each 4 rooms, like the H510, and mesh them to a bigger AP, like R510/610
that are staggered on alternate walls between floors (not all in a line down the hall, same on every
floor!). But these are just a few thoughts about your questions, and more discussion with your
local VAR/SE would be my best practice advice.