If running two circuits to each room yes. If running two circuits but to multiple rooms maybe not.Hard to do (price wise) today with all the AFCI/GFCI requirements. Oh and the wire prices don't help either.
At very least I tend to put receptacles on opposite sides of a wall between two bedrooms on same circuit instead of having an individual circuit for each room. But I tend to run 12 AWG for nearly all receptacles and will put maybe three bedrooms all on same circuit and run 15 amp circuits for lighting for a pretty significant area of the house, since the lighting got more efficient in recent years those 15 amp lighting only circuits kind of can do an entire floor in most houses. I tend to still split them up a little more though, at least two circuits on a particular floor level in most cases.