Groupe GM partners with Golden Tulip for new amenity range

La Compagnie de Provence amenities will be offered in Golden Tulip Hotels worldwide, in the brand’s ‘Beauty Care Bar’ section

Hotel amenities supplier Groupe GM has partnered with Golden Tulip to offer La Compagnie de Provence amenities to hotels worldwide.

The supplier has launched two amenity lines in partnership with La Compagnie de Provence and Golden Tulip, which are perfumed with the “Extra Pur” collection’s two best-sellers: Olivewood and Pink Grapefruit.

These ranges feature four 30ml bottles of shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and body milk. The ranges also include perfumed soaps available in 20g and will be offered at selected Golden Tulip properties in the body care bar section of the hotel.

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All these products contain 95% of natural origin ingredients minimum.

There will also be a third scent, Cotton Flower, which will be available in Ecosource airless dispensers within the hotel bathrooms.

The amenities will be available in the Beauty Care Bar at Golden Tulip Hotels across the world. Located close to the lobby, these spaces allow travellers to choose and test the amenities of their choice.

Groupe GM president Laurent Marchand said in a statement: “We are delighted to welcome La Compagnie de Provence as one of our latest exclusive amenity partner. With natural products at the cutting edge of technology, the Compagnie de Provence cosmetics are an excellent addition to our portfolio which will suit the needs of the young and ambitious Golden Tulip clients.”

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