This former observatory at 2,000 metres above sea level offers guests a unique overnight experience with direct views of the starry skies and the Engadin mountains. The historic observatory was built in 1924 and was converted into an exclusive observatory room for the Million Stars Hotel. The room features a closed dome with a small window to the side. This can be opened when the weather is good. The observatory is part of the resort-style Randolins Hotel and is perched high above St Moritz on the world-famous Survetta slope. Guests can enjoy all the amenities of the three-star hotel, including the breakfast buffet, wellness area, outdoor parking spaces and free shuttle service.Our à la Carte Restaurant Stüvetta will be closed in the evenings from 07 July 2022 until further notice. It will still be possible to dine with us in the evenings as part of half board (fixed menu).