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Hi Im going from England to San Francisco and Las vegas, this tipping thing is really confusing to me. I read you tip restaurants, taxis 15%, then like $1 for hotel luggage carriers, bar staff, door openers etc but then somewhere else you read something different... Can someone clarify would really appreciate it.. Don't want to get it wrong and offend someone
Food Servers, hair dressers: 15% min 20% max Bartender/Cocktail Waitress: 15/20 % or a dollar a drink Luggage carrier at airport or hotel: dollar a bag Hotel maid: 15/20% at the end of your stay, leave cash on the dresser or table. You do not need to tip the bus boy who cleans the table, the waitress will share the tip with him. Enjoy your stay.
15% is standard, but, 20% is more appropriate for good service in a restaurant. I generally tip 20% for anything I feel I need to tip for. I always carry my own bags, so I've never dealt with hotel staff. Don't worry about the doorman, unless he calls you a cab, then slip them a coupla bucks. In Vegas, when in doubt, tip. The more you tip, the more you get. Last time I was there I slipped the usher at a show $20, a cheap show, and sat right against the stage and was even pulled on stage to dance with some showgirls. Tip the valet, unless you want your car scratched and dinged. Tip them well if you want your car quickly. Tip the dealers if you win a good pot, not every hand. Don't tip the matre'd. Don't worry about offending anyone.
In restaurants that are "casual" like Denny's, IHOP, Fridays, etc, the standard tip is 15%. In nice restaurants, the standard tip is 20%. Never give less than $1 to a bartender for a tip. Taxicabs are 15%. Bellhops are a minimum of $5. For the doorman to open the cab door, no tip needed. Valet parking in Las Vegas is $5 tip. Best idea is to tip and to say "thank you". No one will tell you that you under-tipped them. Just be pleasant. Going to Frisco and Vegas is a lot of fun. Have fun.
At restaurants, 15% tip to the waiter or waitress...20% if the service is really great. For luggage, around a $3.00 tip unless there are a huge amount of bags, and then you can double that figure. Taxi tips are usually 15%, bar tips usually $1.00 per drink to the bartender. Have a good trip.
Yes - the usual $1 for hotel carriers etc and also you may find 'pan-handlers' near cabs to put your luggage in. I'm not sure if it's legal in the places you're visiting, but i tipped the $1 as my luggage was always heavy. When in Arizona I often tipped $5 to my cab driver as they always helped me with my bags of souvenirs etc to my door. Had a wonderful cab driver who even got his wife to email me his favourite Key Lime Cheesecake recipe which he has every Thanksgiving. I'm sure you'll find everyone very helpful and if in doubt ask at the hotel desk.
Usually $1 per bag at hotels, and 10%-15% everywhere else depending on the level of service.
15% is standard in restaurants. Usually, you would tip a porter $1 per bag. For taxis, I will round up the fare and add one dollar, especially if the taxi driver was friendly, welcomed me to his/her city, etc. Look at your check in restaurants - sometimes, the service is included, and is noted on a separate line item.
Never less than 15%. I always give the 20%. It makes washington feel good.
If the stupid waitress is a dunce and slow she don't get nothing.If the food is crap she don't get nothing. and we never go back
Look it is not clear in your question by which you journey and where you stay and what to do by you so defining your problems is not easy .........................