Built in an interesting style resembling the rustic mud huts, the Madho Niwas was built in the early 40's to be used as the personal residence of Late Madho Singh Ji of Bhenswara. The palace was designed by well known English Architect Mr. Goldstow. The house is made of Pink & Red sand stone and it is the walls of the building that resemble the rough uneven look of the mud hut walls. Thakur Dalvir Singh an heir to Madho Singh has transformed a part of the building into a heritage hotel.
The restaurant at the hotel serves food only for the guests. It serves Indian, Chinese, Rajasthani, Mughlai and Continental cuisine. Jodhpur city was established by Rao Jodha in 1459. The houses in Jodhpur are classified caste wise into an interesting color scheme. The houses painted blue belong to Brahmins, the highest in the caste hierarchy. The white ones belong to lower caste people.