When King Alexander Karadjordjevic married Romanian Princess Maria, the hotel changed her name to "Queen Mary" in her honor.
The next owner, Gedeon Dundjerski, never worked in the hotel business, so he leased the building to Freud and his sons, and later to Kark Scholz. The hotel has been touted as the most modern in the city, with 60 modern rooms, hot and cold water, a separate bathroom, the best cuisine and a large selection of first-class wines.
In the interwar period, next to the tavern by the street aisle, were the perfume shop "Lukac" and the textile shop of the Prodanovic family, while in the right wing was exclusively the "Yellow Hall". The central part of the ground floor of the hotel was occupied by a café, where intense social life took place.
After World War II, the hotel was nationalized, receiving the new and nowadays current, local-patriotic name "Vojvodina".