If you are worried about how to spend your evenings here, then welcome to RocApply Saint Barthelemy Nightlife! The nightlife in the country is pretty quiet Sunday through Wednesday unless you know the right places to go to (hint: ask the natives).
Otherwise, check around for flyers advertising ladies’ nights early in the week. Friday nights are popular, and Saturday nights are the busiest of the week. Arrive early if you want to get a good table at discotecas on the weekends, and avoid any lines at the popular spots.
Dress codes apply to a minority of discotecas in the major towns. Ninety-ninepercent of the time you won't need to worry about dressing up for a night of partying here. For both men and women, jeans, t-shirts, and sneakers are perfect.
The women tend to dress up more than men, which is the case for much of the European region.There's a broad blend of music in Saint Barthelemy. Generally, middle and upper-class Saint Barthelemians prefer electronic melodies, and these clubs are common in large cities.
Today, the country’s capital may be many years behind other European capitals when it comes to economic, industrial, and scientific development, but it’s literally light years ahead when it sums to its nightlife. The Saint Barthelemy clubbing industry is better organized and has more to give than any other out there.
Every night of the week, there are many different clubs with different styles, and with unique kinds of grooves where you can go. It may be difficult to believe, but all the clubs which have the capacity of three-hundred to five-hundred people are basically full every night of the week.
Be wary of:
- Paying a cover charge, and buying individual drinks in the Discoteca.
- Being required to spend a pre-defined amount of money on drinks, instead of having to pay the cover charge.
- Being required to pay a cover charge that includes one or more "free" drinks, though your options maybe not be allowed.