Tipping in Iceland can put an already expensive bill over the edge! If you didn’t know, Iceland can be very expensive, but thankfully gratuity is included in most prices in Iceland. Because of this tipping really is only for above and beyond service. Even then its normal only to just round up the bill to the nearest whole amount or 10%. Use our guide below to get make your travels in Iceland that much easier.
Taxis: Never, service is included in the price.
Hotels: Never, service is included in the bill and nothing more is expected.
Restaurants: Never, service is included in the bill. If you are dinning at a nice restaurant with exceptional service then rounding up to the nearest whole amount is acceptable.
Bars: Never, bartenders don’t expect tips.
Other: You may see small tip jars in coffee shops and bars as you are out and about. However, you aren’t expected to tip so don’t feel the need to throw the change in them.