Le Depot is not at all as it was some years ago. I went there last week, after several years I was abroad and I have noticed the difference. And the gay that was at the entrance told me that everything was rebuild because before it was too dirty. And in fact everything is completely different. That is because I was surprised that every Internet site give a description that doesn't goes anymore with reality. Le Depot was huge but it isn't anymore. He had real dark rooms but it hasn't got any real dark room now. On the basement, he has a big bar with a dance floor and a small space where the lights are not so bright for people to have sex. But this space is not huge, he is comparatively small. That is why I think it is outrageous that they keep have an entrance fee and simply logical that they are loosing for the competition. And I believe that the different sites in Internet should go there and see with their eyes instead of repeating a description from several years ago.
You over a year ago
Visited it december 2015. Due to recent events in Paris, security at the income door was very serious. Not cheap, 15 euro entrance, 2 euro vestiaire for my vest, and another 2 euro vestiaire for my bag. That's 19 euro in total, but 1 drink was included. I call this overly expensive.
The main area consists of a huge bar and dance floor. At my time of visit, a sunday evening, the dj was playing commercial pop music. I didn't like this at all, I found it rather silly music for a cruising area. But let's not discuss the music. Some guys were dancing shirtless on the dance floor, I liked that a lot!
Around the dance floor, you have the cruising area with lots of cabins, dark room/corridors/labyrinth. The place seemed clean (enough) and well maintained.
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