I came here after languishing at Locomotive (La Loco) for an hour. While the music wasn't excellent, it was leaps and bounds better than Locomotive. To be fair, Locomotive has three music environments that simply didn't suit my tastes (hip hop upstairs, pop/techno mashups main floor...think provincial nightclubs with a lot of foreigners falling around all over the place, and downstairs which I had read somewhere was gay but that night apparently was playing gabber/hardcore. GABBER! ugh) Rex played some decent house, telectro, tech, but I thought their drink prices were exorbitant. at 9euros a pop you can get basic cocktails (vodka, rum, gin +soft drink) in a tiny glass. At least it's not in a plastic cup...and for 11 euros you get the same drink but with better spirits (jack daniels...I'm american so this is amusing..., cognac, champagne, etc.) The people here are very cool though. Even though I am American and can hardly speak a lick of French, I was offered cigarettes a few times, someone bought me a shot, and then a girl said I danced "magnifique" and basically wanted to shag but I told her I was gay. She promptly brought her friend over and introduced us. He was hot and we had a good time. The people at the door don't exactly lay out the welcome mat, but honestly, so few clubs do that I wasn't surprised or offended. Entry was 20 Euros (it was late...3 am I think) but Rex is open late. I left at around 7 am so I have no idea what time it closes...I wonder if it does! LOL Overall, I had a great time. There weren't any major talents playing but the locals did a good job of keepin my feet moving and providing the necessary breaks. Oh, I went on a Saturday, I'm sure that makes a difference as most clubs anywhere in the world have their good nights and bad nights.