Restaurant Server: There is no obligation to tip as waitstaff receive a livable minimum wage. For service that exceeds expectations, feel free to round the bill up to the nearest $5 or $10. Servers sometimes don’t receive tips included on a credit card, so always try to tip in cash whenever possible.
Bartender: It’s rare to tip a bartender, as most do not expect it and some may even refuse it. A large round of drinks, however, may deserve a few dollars tip.
Taxis: A tip isn’t expected, but is always appreciated. A good rule of thumb is to tip 10 percent of the final bill for a smooth and courteous ride. You can also let the driver “keep the change,” if that’s easier.
Airport Shuttle: It is not necessary to tip your driver, but feel free to give $1 per bag if they help with your luggage.
Doorman: A simple thank you for great service is sufficient, but feel free to tip $1 if you’d like.
Bellhop: It is considerate to tip $1 to $2 per bag, depending on size, but by no means expected.
Housecleaning: For those staying a week or more, it is considerate to leave $5 for a well-maintained room during your stay.
Concierge:It is not common to tip the concierge, but it is up to you to tip if you feel the service exceeds expectations and deserves monetary recognition.
Stylist: Don’t hesitate to tip 10 percent of the final bill if you’re happy with your new look.
Spa Service Provider: Tipping is rare, so a tip of up to 10 percent for exceptional service is appreciated.