How often in your business dealings have you thought about the proper tipping etiquette for a particular situation?
“How much should I tip a server when the food was bad?”
“How much should I tip the taxi driver?”
“Should I tip the hotel staff?”
We’ve all asked these questions and they are very valid questions to ask. Not following proper tipping etiquette, believe it or not, can have a huge negative impact on your future.
We’ve all heard a horror story or two from friends who have had terrible experiences in hotels. Traveling is already difficult and stressful. Living a hotel horror story won’t help.
There are things you can do though to minimize the risk of living a hotel horror story. And, no, it does not require staying in a five star hotel.
I’m an experienced traveler because of the type of work I do. We travel to some large cities where hotel choices are abundant but we also travel to very small towns in which there might be one hotel.
What do I do to ensure I have a good, if not even a great, hotel stay? I’ll tell you.