We have now stayed for a third time at the Alessandria, El Bosque Norte, located two blocks from the Tobalaba hub subway station, with many bus lines around the corner, near restaurants and tourist sites. The supermarket by the station closed, probably because one appropriately called Jumbo opened in an upscale new shopping center about four blocks from the hotel. We also patronized the small stores at the Mercado Providencia, about a mile and a half west (fruit, vegetables, fish, seafood, empanadas, pastel de choclo). The apartments are spacious with abundant storage and a balcony, a well equipped kitchen furnished with a gas range and oven in addition to a microwave oven, a good size refrigerator, etc. Request an apartment not facing the street to minimize noise, such as 72, 82, etc. Note that 112 might be noisy due to door banging by guests going to the breakfast room. We found it difficult to get the management to answer our inquiries by email. Missing equipment such as kitchen utensils and a hair drier would show up after being requested, at least most of the time. The furniture is comfortable but well worn, and this time we managed to get them to set up twin beds in the main bedroom. The carpet was replaced by new simulated wood flooring. Daily cleaning service is provided, but the apartments need to be cleaned more thoroughly. We frequently used the kitchen and it was good that the maids washed the dirty dishes. There are no self-service washers and driers at the hotel. Laundry service is available, but more modestly priced laundry/dry cleaning services are available in the Jumbo supermarket and about 1/2 mile away on Los Leones Street 2 blocks south of Providencia. A buffet breakfast is included in the price of the apartment and is satisfactory especially when supplemented with fresh bread and cheese from nearby stores. An old computer with access to the Internet is available for free near the breakfast room. There is cable TV and computer access in the apartment. There are telephones in the rooms. Incoming messages are received at the reception and delivered much of the time. Our telephone would cut off calls due to a loose cable.