There is possibly some sort of law that allows you to OC directly to/from your room as right-of-passage to your temporary domicile, but even if they followed this law, you would probably be hassled every single time they saw you.
While it is technically illegal (a felony at that) to conceal as you describe, I know of zero cases of enforcement in this regard. It is the same as the unloaded gun in your luggage at the airport. That is a felony, too, in this state, but completely unenforced because our law is very old and known to be too vague. And unlike the gun at the airport, you are not declaring it and being searched as you walk between your car and room. Once you get out of the hotel, you will enjoy OC in our city.