How much to tip
BARTENDER: If you're sitting at the bar, $1 per drink is enough.
BABYSITTER: Give him or her a little extra if your kids have been especially difficult - for example, if he or she must deal with a teething baby, juggle flu, menus after-school activities or handle some kind emergency. You might also tip if you arrive home much later than expected.
BELLHOP: Tip $1 to $2 per bag.
BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT: You can safely give anything from $3 up to $20, depending
on the nature of the problem and the time of day. For
example, a plumbing problem at 3 a.m. might be deserving of a higher tip than a call during normal working hours.
CLEANING PERSON: Tip an additional $10 per hour if you've requested special services. The same holds true if you've just hosted a party or other.event that will require work above and beyond what you usually ask for.
Doorman: Give $1 or $2 if he or she flags down a cab for you. Don't tip for just opening the door for you.
Hairstylist/Colorist: 15 percent of the cost for services.
MAITRE D': Give a$1O tip if you have requested a special table, made reservations for a large party or have an otherwise complicated request.
MOVERS: How much you tip depends on the scope and difficulty of your move. You should tip about $10 to $50 per mover. Tip on the higher end of the scale if the move involves several flights of staits, or lots items arid heavy furniture.
Ship Gratuity Guildelines
Dinning room Waiters: $3.50 per person per day
Stateroom Attendant:: $3.50 per person per day
Assistant Waiters: $2.00 per person per day
TAXI DRIVER For expedient service - with no unnecessary detours - give 10 percent to15 percent.