When you travel, chances are you'll encounter at least one situation in which tipping is necessary - be it in a restaurant, or at your hotel when you receive assistance from your bell hop.
Most hotels and restaurants on Bermuda add a service charge to the bill, so you will always want to check to make sure this is not the case before leaving an additional tip. These kinds of charges are meant to be a convenience, replacing the need to tip individual concierges, valets, bellhops, waiters, maids, and servers. As a result, tip discreetly if you wish to leave an additional tip for exceptional service. Some establishments are strict about over-tipping.
When no service charge has been added, there are some general guidelines that you can follow:
The common tipping customs on Bermuda are not far off from what most American vacationers can expect to pay back home. Keeping that in mind, you should have no trouble handling wait staff during your time on the island.
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