As a visitor to Orlando and the USA then you may not be aware of the
etiquette of tipping.
While tipping is not mandatory in most of the United States, it is customary in many circumstances for service, especially at almost all sit down restaurants which offer table service and many food servers depend on tips as an essential part of their wage.
You will probably find that the tip or service charge has already been added to your bill so do check this carefully before adding this again.
Here are some guidelines which you may find helpful.
Porter – $1 per bag.
$1 or small change in expensive restaurant.
VALET PARKING ATTENDANT
$1-$2 but only when you get your car.
$1 -$5 per bag depending upon the level of hotel.
$5 or more if he or she performs a service for you.
$1-$3 if he helps you get a cab.
$1-$3 a day (either daily or at the end of your stay)
HOTEL ROOM SERVICE WAITER
$1 – $2 per delivery even if a service charge has been added.
$1 to $5 per round of drinks, depending on the number of drinks.
15%-20% but round up the fare to the next dollar amount.
10% of the cost of the tour.
15%- 25% with 20% being the norm at high end restaurants.
COAT CHECK PERSONNEL
$1-$2 per item checked unless there is a fee, then nothing.
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