Groupe GM partners with Blaise Mautin to launch new amenity line

The new range features four 50ml tubes of shampoo, conditioner, bath shower gel, and body lotion along with two soaps in cardboard boxes

Groupe GM partners with Blaise Mautin to launch new amenity line.
Groupe GM partners with Blaise Mautin to launch new amenity line.

French guest amenity company, Groupe GM has partnered with Blaise Mautin to launch a new range of amenities, The Blaise Mautin hotel line.

Mautin first created bespoke perfumes for hotels like Le Bristol in Paris and for the Brenners Park in Baden-Baden and has since created many amenity lines for numerous luxurious hotels, a statement from Groupe GM said.

The Blaise Mautin hotel line will offer a fragrance which combines bergamot from calabria, petit grain, sweet orange, ylang-ylang from Madagascar, contributed to by rose petals, orange blossom and jasmine with hints of thyme, clary sage and lavender.

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The new range features four 50ml tubes of shampoo, conditioner, bath shower gel, and body lotion, capsuled in tubes with a “modern slate blue colour”. The range also come with two cardboard box soaps, available in 30g and 50g, and a liquid soap and hair and body gel, both of which are in 300ml ecopumps. Wall brackets in brass or recyclable ABS plastic are also available.

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