Worldwide Guide to Restaurant Tipping

Courtesy of H10 Hotels

Special Case No. 4: All-Inclusive Resorts

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Many properties specify in their policies that all tips are included—and they mean it. Their staffs receive gratuities as part of their salaries. As a result, tipping at restaurants is highly unusual, though it does happen occasionally at bars. Most resorts allow bartenders to accept something in recognition of good service; at Sandals, however, it is strictly forbidden. —Sherri Eisenberg

Worldwide Guide to Restaurant Tipping

Special Case No. 4: All-Inclusive Resorts

Many properties specify in their policies that all tips are included—and they mean it. Their staffs receive gratuities as part of their salaries. As a result, tipping at restaurants is highly unusual, though it does happen occasionally at bars. Most resorts allow bartenders to accept something in recognition of good service; at Sandals, however, it is strictly forbidden. —Sherri Eisenberg

Courtesy of H10 Hotels
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