Tipping In Malta

Feb 5, 2014 by


Malta is a small island in the Mediterranean Sea and full of rich history. There is something for everyone on this island. For trekkers the coast of Gozo is beautiful and for people that love the water there is some amazing sailing spots around the island. Tipping is a bit common in Malta so use our guide below to figure out when you should tip and when you shouldn’t!



Taxis Taxis: It is not required, but most people round up if they have had a good ride.


Hotels Hotels: A 10% service charge is often included so it not necessary to tip. If you do tip then you can tip the bell boy 1 Euro per bag. If staying at a nicer hotel then you should tip the maid 2-3 Euro a night.


Restaurants Restaurants: You should check to see if service is included. If it isn’t then 5-10% tip is good based on the service.


Bars Bars: No need to tip unless you have someone taking your order. If so then you should tip 5-10%.


Other Other: If going on a tour you should tip the guide about 10% of the cost. You should tip the driver about half that. Otherwise you shouldn’t need to tip on your visit to Malta.


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