"Convenient location, quiet, nice neighborhood"
It is hard to find a good hotel in Tokyo at a reasonable rate and at a nice location. This hotel hits the mark and, after looking through many hotels/hostels, I'm very happy about this hotel.
This hotel is in Ginza, just off the main strip, with the nearest stop being the Kyobashi stop of the Ginza line. Take exit #1 from the subway and you'll be about a 2 minute walk around the corner. Be sure not to confuse this APA Ginza with the other one that is only a few blocks away but the confusion happens often enough that both hotels readily provide a small slip of paper with a map to the other hotel.
Ginza is best for shopping and middle to upper-scale dining and drinking. There are cheaper fares but less so than other neighborhoods. Also, if you're planning on staying out late past midnight in another neighborhood, Ginza is a bit far from the popular late night spots (e.g., Roppongi, Shinjuku, Shibuya, etc) so you might need to consider another location if a ~$40 cab or a 1-1.5 hour walk isn't up your alley. If you didn't know, subways shut down around midnight and open up at ~5am.
As of Sep 2014, the hotel itself seems very brand new. The rooms are small (about normal in Tokyo) but has most of the necessities: table, fridge, water boiler, bidet, heated mirror, thermostat, slippers (disposable and reusable), luggage rack, and a kimono-like robe. Everyday, towels, razor, shower cap, q-tips, sponge, toothbrush, toothpaste, coffee, tea, and sugar are replenished every day.
E from New York, NY