There are many ways to make your escort happy, so that she treats you in the best possible manner. Girls, even escorts, enjoy unexpected gifts very much. Whatever you pay her, top it up with a little tip, and she will be very grateful. You will have a more pleasurable time with her when you treat her lavishly. Escorts in London will be more open when they know that you consider them as professionals, and not a cheap thrill. It increases their confidence, and they will be more likely to offer you extra services.
To tip or not to Tip that is the question. Tipping is appreciated but not customary. There are some situations where you should Tip for example in restaurants. If you are unsure we’ve listed where and where you should Tip..
Tipping in bars and pubs
People generally do not tip in pubs in London. Bartenders sometimes hand back change on a tipping tray, although it’s still up to you to choose to leave a tip.
Tipping in hotels in London
Like restaurants, most London hotel bills include a service charge, usually 10-12%. If there’s no service charge added to your bill in a hotel restaurant, it’s customary to tip as for any other restaurant (10-15% of the bill). For room cleaning staff, you can leave an amount of your choosing on departure.
Tipping in London’s restaurants
It is customary to leave 10-15% of the bill when eating out. However, restaurants often add on a service charge (usually 12.5%), especially if you’re in a large group, so it’s worth checking your bill if you don’t want to tip twice. It’s not customary to pay a tip for fast food, self-service or takeaway meals.
Tipping taxi drivers
It is polite to tip 10-15% of the taxi fare for black cabs and licensed minicabs in London. However, most people simply round up the fare to the nearest £1 and tell the driver to “keep the change”. If you’ve had a longer journey and the driver has assisted you with luggage, you may wish to tip a little more, up to £5.