What's the appropriate tip for service in a four-star restaurant? And what if the service is less than stellar? Do you tip the maids at a hotel you've stayed in for a week? What if the hotel is in Japan? The Itty Bitty Guide to Tipping clears up the confusion with straightforward guidance on who, how much, and when (or when not) to tip. From cab to casino, skycap to sommelier, barista to bellhop, all the tipping challenges are covered. The Going Abroad section covers tipping etiquette in foreign countries, and a special Walk on the Wild Side chapter offers insights on tipping at tattoo parlors, strip clubs, and more. Includes insider advice from waiters, hairdressers, and others, as well as a handy tip conversion table so anyone can tip with confidence and savvy.Should you choose to tip upon checking out, tip the doorman who was most helpful to you during your stay. In the event that he is not ... The Waldorf-Astoria in New York City was the first hotel in the United States to offer room service to guests.
|Title||:||The Itty Bitty Guide to Tipping|
|Author||:||Stacie Krajchir, Carrie Rosten|
|Publisher||:||Chronicle Books - 2015-08-04|