I will weigh in, tho it sounds like the OP has their mind made up.
I do not have the dog in the bedroom. I never have. I do not have the dog sleeping on the bed. I never have. My dog made noise one night. Previous dogs were similar (some made noise for an hour and never did again).
Just putting the dog in the crate and going to bed is not how you crate train a dog.
I suggest you put the crate in a different room. Your dog needs to learn to be home alone at some point and this will help her with that. I also suggest you teach her to go in the crate and it is OK to do that. I started by tossing a treat in the crate. Some dogs will jump in and get the treat and jump out. Others will stand in the crate and eat the treat. Doesn't matter because you are going to do this with the door open.
I would also feed her in the crate. One half of her meal she eats from a bowl in the crate and the other half she stands in the crate and you feed her by hand. All the while the door is open.
At some point you shut the door. I start by having the dog go in the crate for a treat (by the time the dogs goes in easily for the treat she is hearing "go Crate" so she will associate going in the crate with that cue). When she goes in the crate for the treat I stand NEXT to the crate (not in front of the door) and hold the door closed until she finishes the treat. When she turns around to leave, you are standing next to the crate with your hand on the door. Now.. holding the door closed,. turn you back to the dog. MOST dogs will sit when you do this. As soon as she sits, open the crate door. this gets her thinking "sit = door opens." Every time you let her out of the crate, turn your back to the dog after unlatching the door and stand there until the dog sits b4 letting her out.
The reason behind putting the crate in another room (beyond teaching her she can be alone and be OK) is this dog is used to being in the bed. By having the bed proximate to the dog, it is sort of like teasing her.. she thinks she should be there. By putting the crate in a different room, that enticement of the bed has been removed. Just an idea.
Another idea has to do with exercise. In the evening before bed, take your dog outside and play with her and walk her. She can be walked at this age. You can use the walks as a chance to train her.. stuff like sit, lie down, stand, stay. Get her tired. Do this early enough so you are back in about 1/2 hour before you go to bed. As she gets older, you will have to walk her MORE.. and probably do it earlier. This will become an hour of very brisk walking.. as in 3-4 miles a day.
Bring her in and just b4 you go to bed, take her out one last time (it never hurts) and then crate her for the night. Give her a Kong toy in her crate stuffed with something like cottage cheese or peanut butter or liverwurst (fill it and then freeze it.. you have to plan for this). Shut the dog in the crate and go to bed.
If she makes noise later (when she is done with the Kong) have ear plugs. Use them. Letting her out of the crate for making noise trains her that making noise gets her out of the crate.
See if all this works.