Hello. I just today got a new long haired Syrian hamster it is the first hamster I have ever had. It is a girl I do not know if that has to do with anything but, she was according to the lady at the store "Very well tamed" already before we had even got her when he took her home we got her on a seed based diet and she was eating right off the bat we got her a make shift hut that she would borrow in and sleep (I have only had her for a couple of hours so idk why im so worried) shes gone and and on top on her wheel and climbs her cage ALOT. (we keep her in the kitchen) I am sort of a night owl and do not sleep much anyways so should I put her in my room. She is about 4 months old kinda big eats well and is very active around me I have seen many things but I need to know when can I start to "tame" her and since she was already kind of tamed can I start on the second or third day please tell me because I am very new to this.
Hamsters are very active creatures, it's not like she's untamed, just getting her energy out. My hamster was tame and she also climbed her cage, but if you don't want her to do that at all, you can switch to a Habitrail Ovo type of "cage" that has no bars. Also, make sure you have a hamster ball for her so she can run around on the floor (do be careful if you have stairs/other animals, though) as that's the best way for them to stay fit and tire themselves out.
I'm a night owl and I had my hamster in my room, they aren't too loud themselves, but can be if the wheel they have is noisy or something like that. I don't see a problem with having her in your room, it probably won't be a huge deal since they sleep most of the day. You can always try it and if it doesn't work, just move her back.
If you're looking to tame her in the sense that you can hold her without biting/getting scared, start small. I would put my hamster in a box and hand feed her treats, then I went to putting the treat on my hand and letting it sit there so she'd have to climb onto my hand to get it. She gets used to your smell, like a dog does for example, and will begin to recognize you, just don't lose her trust by doing anything crazy.