My husband and I are planning to visit the Four Seasons Maui for the first time in May. Neither of us have been to Hawaii, so I'm doing my research ahead of time :)
One thing I have a question about is constantly tipping EVERY PERSON at the resort. Once we stayed at an all-inclusive resort in Mexico and it was recommended that we walk around with wads of $1 bills to tip anyone who smiled at us. I felt like i was constantly trying to pass dollars around to make people happy. I'm not stingy by any means, however, I find tipping to be highly annoying and stressful. I'm not comfortable slipping people money because they brought me a towel, opened the door for me, etc.
Is this expected in Maui? Tipping every service worker and attendant? I don't mind restaurant servers and maids and even the valet guy who goes and gets our car. Any advice would be appreciated!