Traveling to Lake Spitzingsee is both convenient and a treat for the eyes, as you travel through the natural landscape of Upper Bavaria, passing by villages and churches, forests and meadows, pastures and farms.
If you're driving:
Due to a construction site in Schliersee, it is advisable to drive to Spitzingsee via the Leitzachtal. Coming from Munich on the freeway A8, driving in the direction of Salzburg, leave the freeway only at the exit "Irschenberg", not already at the exit Weayern. You then drive on the ST 2077 via Hundham, in the direction of Fischbachau and then turn onto the B 307 in the direction of Schliersee/Neuhaus. Shortly before entering Neuhaus, turn left from the B 307 up the Spitzingstraße, over the Spitzingsattel directly into the village of Spitzingsee. Coming from Salzburg or Rosenheim, you can also reach Spitzingsee via the exit "Irschenberg" Inntalautobahn A 93 from Brannenburg.
If you're taking the train:
The train from Munich (BOB) leaves almost every hour. Stay in the train direction to Bayerischzell. The railway exit-station is "Fischhausen-Neuhaus", from there you'll need a cab (about a 10 minute drive) to the hotel.
If you're flying:
The Munich airport is 105 km away. There is a direct S-train connection from the airport to the main railway station in Munich. From there, there's a train to Schliersee with the BOB every hour.