Groupe GM partners with Jo Malone London

Partnership sees launch of hotel line for luxury hotels worldwide

he ‘lime basil and mandarin’  line is the brand’s signature fragrance
he ‘lime basil and mandarin’ line is the brand’s signature fragrance

Groupe GM has signed a partnership with the lifestyle brand Jo Malone London. The collaboration will see Groupe GM offer hotel guests worldwide a new range of luxury amenities.

The ‘lime basil and mandarin’  line is the brand’s signature fragrance, with peppery basil and aromatic white thyme. 

Reportedly, Jo Malone London is a luxury British lifestyle brand known for simple scents with unexpected ingredients.

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The brand’s fragrances are designed for discovery: carefully-crafted to wear solo or layered together to tailor to a personal scented signature. The new product range features 40ml and 75ml body & hand wash, shampoo, conditioner, and body & hand lotion bottles.

These are complemented with 30g and 50g soaps, packed in allegro. The Jo Malone London amenities will be available at five and six star hotels and resort properties worldwide thanks to Groupe GM’s network of distributors, the groupe said in a press statement. 

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