As others have already said, there's no right or wrong answer.
Personally, however, I feel that having more than one POV per chapter (with relatively short chapters) is too much chopping and changing, and can quickly become either confusing or distracting (either way, it means that I'll quickly become disinclined to continue reading).
I would like to ask why you need multiple POV's within the one chapter? Are the POV characters together within the scene? Can the presence, and actions, of other characters be noted by a single POV Character?
Multiple POV's work quite well, especially with epic-scaled stories. Robert Jordan and George RR Martin both do(/did) the one POV per Chapter style quite well, it kept the story moving and is fairly easy to follow. They also move around the timeline with the POV's, and allow you to identify when something is happening, and this is what I think makes it successful.
Steven Erikson also writes a multiple POV style quite well - again often referencing the same event in multiple sources to allow you to slot it into a timeline without it being force-fed to you (often across multiple books as his world is massive).
Brandon Sanderson does a multiple chapter POV style (with the Stormlight Archives in particular) that works well, and progresses the story along nicely but isn't, in my opinion, quite in the same realm as Erikson, Jordan and Martin - those three have epic worlds, with epic characters that just have so much depth to them.
All of these series though have one thing in common - it's clearly stated whose POV it is, either at the start of the chapter or the start of the part. There is a distinct break between chapters/POV's/Parts and it is made clear through the use of a title (and also the voice of the character) whose POV you are in, and this is what I think is needed. It's a solid, visual clue for the reader to get them in the right frame of mind for the next character and allow themselves to stay immersed in the story.