Why not do it the way everyone did, for decades?
Record the entire band in the same room, headphones on, playing against the click track. [Unless you're really good, don't just give the click track to the drummer.]
Record each to their own track[s], but don't worry so much about cross-talk, just get the feel right.
It's probably simpler at that point [for volume levels] to have the vocalist in the control room, able to see the band through the glass - unless they are also an instrumentalist.
Also bear in mind that for many many years the process stopped at this point & only the vocal was done as an overdub.
Once you have a good 'feel' take, you then start replacing instruments one at a time, giving you the separation you couldn't get all in one room.
I guess you could do this in a rehearsal facility, or even at home - depending on whether you can borrow/hire gear compatible with the studio. If you can't, then just add it to the studio bill & let them deal with it - otherwise you'll spend more time & emotional effort on the guide tracks than it's worth; & lose the feel in the studio.
Bear in mind that the entire point of a guide track is to enable a single instrumentalist to put down their part, whilst being sympathetic to the existing guide. If the guide sounds nothing like the proposed end result, then it's pretty much a waste of time.