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Poll From: 08/08/2013

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Do you tip the housekeeper when you stay at a hotel? Submitted By BooBooTheKiddo, KY
Yes, each day.
Yes, at checkout.
Sometimes.
Never.
I've never paid to be in a hotel.
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NanaD825
on 08/19/13
Gaderseven liked this  
These hard working people are paid minimum wage. They don't get to go home at night even if they work more than 8 hours. Generally they are not offered any benefits and don't get paid vacations. A lot of hotels time them on each room and walk behind them checking their work. Leaving a tip is the kindest thing you can do for these hardworking folks. It usually makes their day and absolutely puts a smile on their faces.
TheSwagBookWorm
on 08/15/13
at one hotel I went to sometimes to house keeper cleaned and other times she didn't and im never there when she cleans or dosent clean so I never tip her
breakmydreams
on 08/14/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
I don't tip a housekeeper at a hotel or motel, because I didn't think you had to.
kn80
on 08/13/13
logcabingirl liked this  
I worked 3 years as a housekeeper & I know how hard it is. Reasons why you should tip:
1. You tip a waitress for bringing you a drink. She cleans your table. Your housekeeper cleans your TOILET!
2. Her boss gave her 20 minutes to make your room pristine. If you stayed the night, she had 10 minutes to make it look perfect (even if you shaved your legs in the Jacuzzi!)
3. It's physically exhausting.
4. Fast food restaurants starting wage is higher than a housekeepers.
5. Most are working Moms who take the job because you go to work after the kids go to school and usually get home before they get out.
6. They rarely make full-time hours or benefits.
7. They work almost every weekend and miss church, family activities, and other events because the job is not flexible.
8. Many cannot listen to music, have the tv on, or talk with co-workers without getting behind or in trouble with management.
9. Many don't take breaks because it will put the
kn80
on 08/13/13
Here are some TIPS your housekeeper will appreciate without costing you:
1. Put a Do Not Disturb sign on your door or tell the front desk you do not need service.
2. Just need towels or your trash taken out... tell the front desk.
3. Don't be a pig! Pick up after yourself. Having housekeeping isn't a reason to crush cheerios into the carpet!
4. Don't ask for service after 4:00 PM (unless there is 24/7 housekeeping). 1:00 PM on Saturdays (usually the easiest day)
5. Don't request clean sheets unless they are dirty enough you would change them at home. If you ask for clean sheets... TIP!
6. Leave food! If you brought snacks or there is continental breakfast, leave something for your housekeeper. She's hungry!
7. Leave some change. If every person who checked out left just 50 cents it would raise the hourly wage by $1 or more.
8. Strip your sheets. Major help to the housekeeper.
9. Check out early.
10. Just leave a note
kn80
on 08/13/13
And one last TIP!! If you DO tip... leave your tip in an unusual place that you would expect a housekeeper to clean. (i.e. the fridge, desk drawer, under the remote) If laundry or other staff are in the room first they are less likely to steal the tip from the housekeeper who has to do the grunt work. Don't worry that she won't find it... if she's doing her job she will. If she's not doing her job, she didn't deserve it. (This is not a suggestion that you play 'hide and seek' with the tip... We all know the inside of the Bible doesn't need cleaned so she'll never find it there!... though if you just want to have fun, you could put it there for the next person who needed a little spiritual devotion during their stay!)
rm21
on 08/13/13
HopefulGJL23 liked this  
I never thought about it.
beaandbunny05
on 08/08/13
pbjplzmom and 2 others liked this  
We usually take care of everything ourselves.. Sweep, mop, vacuum, bleach everything, wash all the bedding ourselves, clean out the microwave, fridge, toaster,... Our hotel room is generally cleaner when we leave than when we arrive, so we usually don't tip, but will if we feel they went above and beyond.
nevroth
on 08/08/13
HopefulGJL23 and 7 others liked this  
For me, it would be easier and less time consuming to let someone else do the work and then just tip them. My time is precious and I do all that at home, why would I want to do it when I'm on vacation or traveling for work?
LoveBeautyNGlam
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 3 others liked this  
HUH?? How do you do all that in a hotel room? More importantly why do you do all of that? Do you bring a broom, mop, vacuum, cleaning supplies and whatever else you need or do you use the hotels? Are you on vacation or are you germaphobes? By the time you're done doing all of that, is the trip over? Where do you wash the bedding at?
beaandbunny05
on 08/09/13
JumpinJerry liked this  
We bring a mop, cleaning supplies, and broom with us, normally. If not, you can buy each at the dollar store for $1 a piece. Have you heard of a strange, magical place called a laundromat? We usually wash our clothes there anyways, so throwing in a couple extra things really isn't a big deal, and we can make sure it's clean. Most places will let you borrow a vacuum if asked.

We're not germaphobes, but we like our room clean. I don't want someone else's semen all over my sheets because the hotel's trying to save a couple bucks. I've also stayed at places where there's still hair in the bathtub. In that case, yes, I'd rather just do it myself. Overall, it usually only takes about an hour on the first day, and maybe thirty minutes each day thereafter.

If I do it myself, I know it's been done right, not half-a**ed by someone who has other stuff they need to get done, like 20 other rooms.
laciejay
on 08/09/13
that's a bit weird, not to mention if you were caught taking the sheets and bedding out of the hotel you could be charged with theft. Like any hotel would seriously believe you were taking them to the laundromat to wash. I can understand bringing your own blanket to sleep on, but not any of the other stuff.
beaandbunny05
on 08/10/13
If they don't want us washing their sheets, they can simply have them back and we'll use our own. Not a big deal.
franklythebest
on 08/08/13
Some people just don't get the humor in life, right?
jamiestarr77
on 08/09/13
If I'm taking a long trip (a week or more) I will tip the room staff. Overnights or quick weekend trips I usually don't.
FamousEntQC
on 08/09/13
triathlon29 and 1 others liked this  
Yes i do, its part of the package that comes along with renting a hotel room
LittleJeanie1983
on 08/09/13
laciejay and 1 others liked this  
I used to be a room attendant. We work hard to make the room nice and then people don't take notice or don't respect us? You tip your waiter/waitress don't you. They did a service for you, what is so different about the maid that worked hard for you? I would be tickled even if just given a dollar. One there was a big trial and all the media would tip us very well. Those were the only ones that ever treated us like we did something. Tip your maids people they are no different than a hair dresser or a waitress/waiter!!!!!!!!
cheermomshannon
on 08/09/13
AMC911 and 1 others liked this  
I have to differ with this- simply because you have interaction with a waitress/waiter, and 99% of the time when you stay in a hotel you don't. There are times when I've left a tip, and other times when I don't. I usually straighten my room anyway when I'm leaving so there's not a lot for housekeeping to do other than clean the bathroom, change the bed linens and vacuum. I've worked in the industry before, and some establishments require all tips to be turned in and others don't. And maids make a lot more money than wait staff as well. I actually had a made leave a note in our room hinting for a tip- guess what, she didn't get one. The one who brought me the towels that weren't left and an extra pillow did.
KCow
on 08/09/13
Sometimes. If it's a nice hotel with good service, always.
Diana994
on 08/09/13
Not really.
elnator
on 08/08/13
I only tip if I'm there for personal travel (vacation/etc) on business I don't tip since it's not my dime (nor my preferred hotel usually).
LittleJeanie1983
on 08/09/13
triathlon29 liked this  
Whether it is on ;your dime or not the maid still cleaned the room before you and after you. Not her fault you are not on a pleasure trip. Tip her regardless!!!
JLMA
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 1 others liked this  
At some places, you can add a tip when you check out. Some businesses will allow their traveling employee to add gratuity then. That way it's not coming out of your pocket, but the housekeeping staff still feels appreciated. Just a thought.
x6y7x8b4
on 08/08/13
I never have. I didn't know I was supposed to. Now I feel like a jerk /:
LittleJeanie1983
on 08/09/13
triathlon29 liked this  
Good now start tipping !!
AT3stu
on 08/08/13
janpat81 and 1 others liked this  
I used to, but then I was told by a friend who's mother had been a maid that money left has to be turned into the supervisor and the maids don't actually get it. Idk if that's a general practice, or just where she worked.
LittleJeanie1983
on 08/09/13
triathlon29 and 1 others liked this  
If I got any tips at all I kept them and so did the other maids. If I ever got a really good tip, I kept my mouth shut! You don't normally have to turn in tips, it's items the people left behind that you have to turn in. After 6month we got to go through what people left and see if we wanted them or not. I actually got to keep a 14kt. ring, i had to wait a year on it because it was jewelry worth something.
ttsmom143
on 08/08/13
EP4ever and 4 others liked this  
I chose never because if I stay in a hotel longer than 1 night I refuse maid service. I don't feel comfortable having someone come in to clean up my stuff, possibly because I know I am nosey and expect that some others are like me lol! I don't want anyone rummaging through my stuff. I always clean up after my self before I leave. I do think that if I utilized the service during my stay I would tip.
LittleJeanie1983
on 08/09/13
triathlon29 liked this  
They cleaned the room before you got there. That is not worth anything to you, to have a clean room Ms. Nosey? Don't be stingy!!
RalphJ
on 08/08/13
janpat81 liked this  
So what I am seeing people say is that I should tip because other people are messy? No way I pay enough for the room to begin with. I have stayed in a lot of hotels that where supposed to good ones but I don't even think basic cleaning was done before I checked in. I always clean the room myself after check in (first thing, with sanitizing wipes and check that every thing was prepared right in the room) and before I leave I clean up. That my tip or gift to the housekeeping and the next occupant. And if the hotel is not paying min. wage or above you should report them.
LittleJeanie1983
on 08/09/13
laciejay and 1 others liked this  
Ok apply your theory to going to eat at a place that is expensive. You get a big juicy steak with all the fixins. Wait it ran you close to 75 dollars for a couple drinks plus your meal. You feel you paid enough for it? So since you feel that way, why would you tip the waitress or the waiter then? DON"T say that is different because it isn't. If not for a good maid, you wouldn't have nice clean sheets. Clean towels or the little shampoos they leave. I dont' get why you would treat this different? The waitress gets paid to bring you your food does she not? SO why tip her then? THis is your theory except used in a different situation. Think about it. Maids don't always get min. wage. Some get paid by the room, so if a messy room takes you almost an hour to clean you have only made 2.00 for that hour. Sad really but you gotta do what you gotta do.
Mairee
on 08/09/13
You have to tip them. Especially if they do a good job for you.
TheToxicNation
on 08/09/13
I Once Stayed at a Hotel that had a wet spot on the bed and hair on the towels another time acutally most of the time...One time I came back to The cleaning lady texting in my room w/ the tv on...ect
swaguser89472169
on 08/09/13
cheermomshannon and 1 others liked this  
They already are paid for that
Zaakira
on 08/08/13
TheToxicNation and 1 others liked this  
I just stayed at one, that had hair on the sheets. I had to call the front desk they came and changed my sheets. I am not tipping a maid for that. Don't think this is not common practice. We have stayed at others with hair on the sheets, once I found a Match Box Car in the sheets. I found lip prints on my glass in another. Lip prints on the mirrors, hair in the shower, soap scum in the shower. I could go on. I carry my own Virex to sanitize now. Some people are lazy they will only do what they have to so they can go home. These people choose to not get an education so they can get a higher paying job. Don't say they can't afford it, there are grants out there to be had, and vocational training. I have had both myself for free.
triathlon29
on 08/09/13
Education doesn't guarantee you anything. Do you know I had a friend who graduated from Cornell with a masters over a year ago and still can't find a paying job related to what she studied?

And also I completely respect and appreciate people who do thinks like clean, drive buses, etc because you know what I sure don't like to do any of those things and am grateful to live in a society where there are people who will in some cases do these things for me for pay. They are much more useful to me than some over paid politician or business person.
nancygal
on 08/09/13
triathlon29 liked this  
I am very sorry you had stayed at such a hotel. I will let you know that where I work we have surprise inspections daily by the head housekeeper and we are written up for poor rooms and have to redo any and all mistakes. We work hard and 4 of us are college grads so education has nothing to do with it. Its the work you can get to pay the bills.
LizzieK
on 08/08/13
JumpinJerry and 3 others liked this  
Obviously, you've stayed at the bad hotels. I can tell you from experience, there are MANY good hotels. I've stayed in my fair share of bad ones as well. Education, however, has absolutely NOTHING to do with room cleaning. It's work ethic. You don't need to get past 2nd grade to be a house keeper as long as you can clean and want to work.
bonfire086
on 08/08/13
JumpinJerry and 5 others liked this  
One thing I have to say about hotels is that you usually get what you pay for. However, there are hardworking people doing all kinds of jobs. Even people who have had a higher education don't always know how to do their jobs well. The person makes the job honorable, the job does not make the person honorable.
laciejay
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 10 others liked this  
I was a housekeeper while I was going to college. Not all of us are eligible for free education, some of us had to work to put ourselves there. Not being educated has nothing to do with being a housekeeper. Granted if there were sheets on my bed and the room was dirty I wouldn't tip either. But to make an overgeneralized statement like yours is wrong.
AngelaChase
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 8 others liked this  
From your experiences, it sounds like you've stayed in hotels with not so great standards. Sure, I've stayed in an unkempt room from time to time, but most of my hotel experiences have been positive. The world would be a much messier, less pleasant place without housekeepers. Let's not diminish their work and generalize by referring to them as "these people". Regardless of whether or not they have sought higher education, they still work hard and deserve to make fair wages. I'm not saying that you should tip someone who provides bad service, I just think it's hurtful to let a few bad experiences color your view housekeepers in general.
michael975
on 08/09/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 1 others liked this  
tHESE PEOPLE WORK HARD TO CLEAN THE ROOM FROM WHICH WE STAY. iF IT WERE YOU WON'T YOU APPRECIATE A RECONITION AND A THANK YOU FROM THE PERSON YOU ARE HAVING TO CLEAN FROM BEHIND?
herbwilson1967
on 08/09/13
janpat81 liked this  
Depends on service.
bandayaaqib
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 liked this  
I do.
TheToxicNation
on 08/08/13
By The Time The Room Is Paid For I have used my money for It I Spend Lots of money on the room And That's enough I have stayed at 3 hotels In The Past Week too...
Puvipavan
on 08/08/13
janpat81 and 1 others liked this  
Never
noahswag30
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 1 others liked this  
i keep about 90% or 95% of tips.!! without giving the boss my tips. and no tax just take it as a gift from people.!! :-) :-) THANKS PEOPLE.!! I DON'T WORK AT THIS TIME BUT WHEN I DO WORK THEN THAT HELPS ALL THE PEOPLE THAT GITS THE TIPS.!! SO GIVE THANKS TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO GIVE OUT OF THERE HEART.!! GOD BLESS.!!
tracymarie070309
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 1 others liked this  
Sometimes, it depends on if the housekeeper is good or the room is extremely clean when I get there. If I make a big mess or something I will leave a few dollars, or if I have a few extra dollars sitting around I will then also.
geraldine9172
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 1 others liked this  
depends on quality of service
gdeals23
on 08/08/13
I will if the person is extremely good OR if I left a huge mess for some odd reason (extremely rare) but I don't stay in a hotel that much - but when I do it's normally at the beach and it's tough for me to shell out $150+/night for a room Im rarely in other than to sleep, then drop money for a tip too. I'm a working college kid so I don't have kids messing the room up. A lot of time I just get trashbags and a few cups, they don't have to "clean" the room until I leave...
Fuji420
on 08/08/13
they get paid by the hr,and norm most of em dont do anything extra.Might leave few dollars for cleaning person.
CStove
on 08/08/13
i didnt know youre supposed to. do they get 2.50 an hour like waitresses? prob not.
LittleJeanie1983
on 08/09/13
Yep in some cases they only get that much. Waitress get paid more than that. I used to be a maid that only got paid 2.00 an hr. So if I came across a very messy room example would be Mexicans drinking and partying all night. It took me an hr. to clean it. I only got paid for one room that hour. SO sad you all don't think we deserve some kind of tip to try and keep your room clean and smelling good. Except the smoking rooms, omg they stunk so bad. I got asthma from cleaning those dang rooms. Where is my compensation for that? Oh right I got tipped by getting asthma for it....i forgot, that isn't worth nothing in your world.
AtlSwagmam
on 08/08/13
janpat81 and 3 others liked this  
not $2.50, it is $2.13 per hour
LoveBeautyNGlam
on 08/08/13
EP4ever liked this  
That's different for every state, sounds like you live in NJ, I know $2.13 is the amount servers get paid in NJ (- taxes and we have to claim our tips and pay taxes on them as well.) but every state pays their servers a different amount, some $3, $4, etc. There are a couple states that get paid minimum wage tips. California is one of them, not sure what their min wage is now but let's say estimate it's $8/hr tips.
greenluver98
on 08/08/13
we usually never go to hotels &even if we'd, we never do, but my mom &me hate to leave a mess we fix everything up the beds mostly ,even though they'll probably take them off anyway, my sister always nags at us for fixing things up. But id rather leave the room put together or then it'd be bothering me for the rest of the week.
Chiibii
on 08/08/13
janpat81 and 2 others liked this  
I never do, It's there job....
Rowan82
on 08/08/13
Kalele and 9 others liked this  
How sad it is that you would begrudge someone such a small thing to make a thankless job a little more tolerable. This is why everyone should have to be a waiter, work retail, and clean up after people at some point in their lives.
elfearz
on 08/08/13
pbjplzmom and 3 others liked this  
I have been a waitress before and I still don't like people in the service industry who feel entitled to tips. They act like they deserve it more than others. Guess what? Teachers, social workers and many other professions are underpaid and underappreciated and NEVER get tips, so appreciate what you get but don't demand everyone give you hand outs.
laciejay
on 08/09/13
not necessarily true, my children give their teachers gifts on most major holidays plus birthdays. Adding all that up for 3 children with 3 multiple teachers is expensive, but well worth it. And when the teachers and other professions you mention start to make less than minimum wage then I would be inclined to tip them as well. Most people don't demand it, and your comment is generalizing and just a way to make yourself feel better about not tipping.
triathlon29
on 08/09/13
Teachers and Social Workers are paid far more than maids are. The job is also not as physically demanding. Also Social workers and teachers get benefits.
LizzieK
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 4 others liked this  
First of all, it's THEIR job, not there. Secondly, I'm sure it's people like yourself that spit chewing tobacco on sheets, wipe your butt after doing your business on towels, leave piles of beer bottles everywhere..... Yes, it's their job, but, people that don't tip and have that attitude, are usually the ones that are disgusting to clean up after
llish
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 4 others liked this  
It may be their job, but it's a service that they are providing for your comfort. It is customary to show your appreciation.
Tourmaline
on 08/08/13
snelleric and 2 others liked this  
do you tip your waitress
Vashnik
on 08/08/13
BubbyBobble and 2 others liked this  
Waitresses don't typically receive the same minimum wage (for non-tipped positions) amount as the rest of the entry level jobs that pay state or federal required minimum wage. They're usually paid under minimum wage because they're supposed to be tipped (granted they do a good job) and report their tips when filing for taxes. Your comparison is irrelevant, especially if a hotel pays house keepers non-tipped minimum wage.
laciejay
on 08/08/13
BubbyBobble and 6 others liked this  
their comment is extremely relevant, because many hotels including the one I used to work at paid under minimum wage as well. We depended on tips as much as any server would.
Vashnik
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 2 others liked this  
If that is true, then you would know that if you fall short of tips that meet or exceed normal minimum wage, the employer must then pay the difference up to the total of non-tipped minimum wage come payday.
laciejay
on 08/08/13
where I worked, we didn't get an hourly wage at all. We were paid by the room. we got $3.15 per room. But how many rooms we cleaned depended on how many customers we had. I was 18 when I worked there and obviously wasn't aware that I could somehow make them pay me more.
Vashnik
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 and 1 others liked this  
Then it would be a good idea to report it. It is a law to pay the difference after all. Course, if workers don't want to fight for their right, then that's on the worker.
http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs15.pdf
imlucky10
on 08/08/13
JumpinJerry liked this  
While that is true it is also true that the hotel (as well as restaurants) require the service worker to report those lost wages. However, then they refuse to accept the figures that they are given by the servers even showing them it in writing does not work! For the lost wages the management people decide what hours they will reimburse and what they won't. Which is ALWAYS less than what was claimed by the server. The server can argue all they want but it will not get them their lost wages. Been there, done that! So always tip, management always looks after their interests not the service workers!
legcy
on 08/08/13
snelleric liked this  
i never see them, if i do i will.
LizzieK
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 3 others liked this  
You can always leave a note with your tip in the room. That's the custom for tipping....
llaselle
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 liked this  
That is custom for tipping and if I dont see them that is what I would do but when I worked as maid for first job my parents stayed in my section (they had a convention) and left me a big tip and others (supervisors, managers........) open the doors to help you on busy days so by time I got to the room the tip was GONE, so if you do see them better off to give it to them.
LoveBeautyNGlam
on 08/08/13
I have never heard of only giving the tips to the housekeeping personally, I have always left the tip in the room when I leave. IT is disgusting that your supervisor or manager would keep any tips that their employees have gotten, even if they did clean the room during busy times. When I was a server there are plenty of times that my manager had to help me (or other employees) out with various things during the rush, they helped the most by busing the tables when the customers left and by doing so they would cash out the check and tip; they would NEVER take the tip for themselves, not even consider it nor would they want a percentage of it.

That is not normal behavior. Upper management gets paid to be in that position and if they have to do a little extra to make sure their job is done they don't get a tip for that, what they get is not fired.
goldskinkin
on 08/08/13
does anybody really tip at a hotel?
terry1905
on 08/08/13
always. Take a cruise at see how many people you have to tip at the end of the cruise.
LessThanJenna
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 1 others liked this  
So rude not to leave a tip. You'll tip a waitress who takes your order, but not the poor woman who cleans the entire room?
stephanielynbake
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 4 others liked this  
I cannot believe 40% of you do not tip! If you're not going to tip daily or leave something each time they clean, do not stay at a hotel and expect someone to service you that you won't pay.
terry1905
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 2 others liked this  
I did that job when I was very young. Hard work and some people are nasty. I never saw any tips but I more than earned my pay. I only did it for a short time. a few weeks and I feel bad for those that do it all the time.
mgtheman
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 6 others liked this  
I tip the housekeepers on the last day because that's the only day they have to deal with my room. A combination of natural orderliness, high mess tolerance, and a visceral dislike of the thought of other people in my room means I keep the "do not disturb" sign posted at all times.
LizzysMom23
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 2 others liked this  
I always tip! They clean everyday so I tip everyday!
gingersnaps501
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 7 others liked this  
I am shocked at numbers on this poll!
How can a person feel like its alright to not leave a tip for the house keepers???
I'm just stunned.
shanaaaaae
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 2 others liked this  
right!!!!!
but I bet they tip the pizza guy
ttsmom143
on 08/08/13
EP4ever and 3 others liked this  
Because they get paid non tipped minimum wage and not everyone utilizes maid service other than departure cleaning.
ksmiles
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 1 others liked this  
pizza guys make more than minimum wage. WHile they deserve a tip, too. Their job is faster and easier than that of a housekeeper.
ambition1
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 4 others liked this  
look at the percentage of pathethic people who dont tip.you all make me sick.
ksmiles
on 08/08/13
triathlon29 liked this  
it is pretty appalling
iamelvis
on 08/08/13
true
saune
on 08/08/13
I tip at the check out
kathy12345
on 08/08/13
I tip when the room is clean.It is always on the last nights stay.
WowAunusedName
on 08/08/13
lol If you don't tip they may do something to your room.
LAIME
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 liked this  
I tip them once
ahbrannon
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 1 others liked this  
We always tip the maids. It is amazing what happens when they get a tip to the service you receive. They work really hard for their wages. Do not be a cheap skate. We usually will give at least $5.00/day. Not much but they can at least have a small lunch on us for that. A maid sometimes will clean 20 to 30 rooms per day and they get minimum wage.
Mistletoe76
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 liked this  
I tip daily because you may not have the same housekeeper every day.
shanaaaaae
on 08/08/13
LittleJeanie1983 and 1 others liked this  
it is sad that people don't tip the hotel help...WHO don't want a clean room?...we tip every day they clean our rooms
lilblanco
on 08/08/13
nope

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