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Wynn Tower Tipping Questions

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by johnvic, May 27, 2015.

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  1. johnvic

    johnvic VIP Whale

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    I'm staying at Wynn Tower Suites in 11 days, but who's counting. I'm excited and its's a step in treating myself to a certain level of luxury. I normally tip room service daily, $5.

    I know tipping is a personal preference but I don't want to look like a stiff. Do I tip separately for turn down service? I normally just take my own luggage to my room, I don't use a porter. Am I expected to use one? I hate having someone carry stuff for me.

    Any Wynn Tower experience suggestions? This may seem stupid but I want to enjoy the experience as much as I can.
     
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    It's a nice place, but certainly not unique when it comes to tipping. Just follow normal LV tipping guidelines (which there are many threads about) and you'll do fine.

    Bill
     
  3. thecarve

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    You won't be expected to use the bellman. Someone will probably ask you if you want help with your bags. But, "no thanks" is a perfectly acceptable response.

    I usually tip for turndown service, but not as much as I tip normal housekeeping.

    As mentioned, tip as you normally would and you'll be fine.
     
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    I stay at the Wynn tower suites maybe 8 times a year. You are not EXPECTED to up a dime. They should and will treat you the same whether you give the bellman zero or 20 bucks. The service there I find to be impeccable. I always tip the maid service upon departure unless I had a party with a big clean up I will leave some cash. How much? Well for a regular tower suite room where you stated 3 or 4 days I would say 20 bucks is really nice but again not EXPECTED! NEVER NEVER feel like a stiff for not tipping a bellman or maid service. It is there job! I personally believe in tipping as I know what they have to go through and all employees could use a little non taxable cash. It is a nice gesture.
     
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    I thought this thread was about the tower actually tipping. Like in Pisa. I need more sleep at night.
     
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    Hahahahahahahaha
     
  7. Malibugolfer

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    I tip daily housekeeping and turn down. I do it per day for each since sometimes the staffing can change if one waits until checkout.
    I am in salons usually and, given their size, a larger tip is mandated.
    For a regular TS room I would not tip less than $5 to each service.
    No need to use a bellman if you do not choose.
     
  8. johnvic

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    Thanks all!
     
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