Fodor's Expert Review Le Negresco
This is a prime example of a French Antilles urban disco. You will hear zouk, salsa, and kompas. It's hot, it rocks, there are lots of glam outfits, and on busy nights when people are feeling their dances and waving their arms in the air, well, you just have to be there. The weekend is when it really cranks up. On most nights you can expect a cover charge, especially when there's live entertainment. This club, which plays a fair share of Caribbean music, appeals to an older crowd (30s–40s). It generally opens at 9 pm, although that can change due to after-work parties or if they've decided to close. Security is tight; there's a free parking lot just across the street.