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:

If you're using the A8 highway Munich - Salzburg, take the exit "Weyarn" and stay on the road B 307, direction to Schliersee via Miesbach and Hausham. At the end of  Schliersee, turn right from the B 307 onto the uphill Spitzingstreet and arrive to Spitzingsee via the Spitzingsattel. If you're coming from Salzburg or Rosenheim, from the A 93 Inntal highway, take the exit "Irschenberg" and drive until Miesbach. Then turn on the circle toward B 307 direction to Schliersee- Bayerischzell. The Spitzingstreet will be after passing through "Neuhaus" to your right. Remain on the Spitzingstreet (5 km uphill) - the hotel is situated directly at lakeside.

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.