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Quick Overview

Mattresses sold today range in price from $150 or less to more than $5,000, but most shoppers can find the mattress they need for under $1,000. The price-point of a mattress depends on several factors, including type, size, height, material composition, and durability.

This guide offers shopping tips for comparing mattresses based on different factors and finding the right model for you and your sleep partner at a reasonable price.

Average Mattress Prices

Mattress type impacts the price-point more than any other factor. The price range of foam mattresses, for example, varies significantly from the price ranges of latex or hybrid models. The table below features current price ranges for five common mattress types; please note that the prices listed below are for Queen-size models. Click the links in the left-hand column to read our full analyses of each mattress type.

Mattress TypeLow Price RangeMedium Price RangeHigh Price RangeAverage Price-Point (Queen)
InnerspringLess than $700$700 to $1,200More than $1,200$1,038
FoamLess than $600$600 to $1,200More than $1,200$1,044
LatexLess than $1,500$1,500 to $2,500More than $2,500$1,971
HybridLess than $1,500$1,500 to $2,200More than $2,200$2,077
AirbedLess than $1,500$1,500 to $2,500More than $2,500$2,283

Cost Factors for Different Mattress Types

Next, let’s look at some factors that influence the price of different mattress types.

Cost Factors for Innerspring Mattresses

Here are some important considerations to make when looking at innersprings:

  • The price-point of an innerspring mattress is often tied to durability and lifespan. Cheaper models tend to feature polyfoam comfort layers and bonnell coils, which typically perform for three to five years. Costlier innersprings may feature memory foam or latex in the comfort layer and more durable coils — such as offset or continuous-wire coils — in the support core.
  • Some innersprings are constructed with pocketed (or fabric-wrapped) coils; it’s important to note that mattresses featuring at least two inches of memory foam and/or latex in the comfort layer and pocketed coils in the support core are technically considered hybrids, not innersprings.
  • Gauge (or thickness) can be used to determine how durable a mattress coil is; thicker low-gauge coils are more durable than thinner high-gauge coils.
  • Many mattress manufacturers list ‘coil count’ as a measure of quality and durability — and the price may reflect this — but coil count does not necessarily reflect the lifespan of an innerspring mattress.

Cost Factors for Foam Mattresses

Foam mattresses are typically priced using the following criteria:

  • Foam density plays a role in mattress durability, and is a key factor for foam mattress pricing. Low-density foams are softer and tend to deteriorate quickly, and are most often used in relatively cheap mattress models. High-density foams are firmer and tend to last longer; they are usually used in models with more expensive price-points.
  • Another key consideration is the type of foam used. Polyfoam (even high-density polyfoam) will degrade faster than most memory foams. As a result, the cost of an all-polyfoam mattress is usually much lower than the cost of a memory foam mattress. Likewise, mattresses with specialty memory foam (such as gel or copper-infused memory foam) are more expensive than those with standard memory foam.
  • Most sleepers feel more comfortable on memory foam than polyfoam. However, price-point does not appear to be a significant factor in customer experiences with memory foam compared to performance factors like firmness and conforming/pressure-relieving abilities. For this reason, shoppers may be able to find a memory foam mattress that suits their preferences at a relatively low price.

Cost Factors for Latex Mattresses

The price of a latex mattress is often determined by the following factors:

  • Latex in mattresses is produced using one of two processes. The Dunlop process produces denser and heavier latex that is most often used in support cores. The Talalay process produces lighter and less dense latex that is typically used in comfort layers. Talalay latex tends to be more expensive than Dunlop latex, but some mattresses contain both.
  • The price of a latex mattress will also depend on whether natural or synthetic latex is used. Natural latex is extracted from rubber trees and produced without fillers using either the Dunlop or Talalay process. Synthetic latex, on the other hand, is entirely manmade, but is still processed using the Talalay or Dunlop method. The differences in firmness and feel between natural and synthetic latex are negotiable. However, sleepers are much more susceptible to allergic reactions on natural latex.
  • An important distinction for shoppers is the difference between ‘natural latex’ and ‘100% natural latex’; the latter does not contain any fillers whatsoever, while the former may not be entirely natural. In some cases, mattresses sold as ‘natural latex’ are actually made of mostly synthetic latex.

Cost Factors for Hybrid Mattresses

Cost considerations for hybrid mattresses include the following points:

  • In order to be considered a true hybrid, a mattress must have at least two inches of memory foam and/or latex in the comfort system and a pocketed coil support core. Many mattresses are sold as hybrids, even though they don’t meet this criteria. For example, some models sold as hybrids feature latex and memory foam components, but the support core is made of polyfoam, not pocketed coils.
  • Some hybrids feature a layer of microcoils in the comfort system for added conforming and pressure relief. Models with microcoil layers are usually more expensive than standard foam-and-coil hybrids. However, customer satisfaction ratings between microcoil and non-microcoil hybrids are comparable, suggesting that these components do not play a significant role in sleeper experiences.

Cost Factors for Airbed Mattresses

An airbed is defined as any mattress that features air chambers in the support core, rather than foam or coil layers. Airbeds have the highest average price among all mattress types. When pricing airbed mattresses, consider the following:

  • Most airbeds sold today feature manual or remote controls that allow users to inflate or deflate air to match their comfort preferences; many can be toggled using online apps. Remote-control airbeds — especially ones that utilize smart-app technology — are almost always more expensive than manual-control models.
  • Airbeds with memory foam, latex and/or microcoils in the comfort layer are usually priced higher than those with standard polyfoam comfort systems.
  • Airbed prices somewhat correlate to mattress height, with thicker models being the more expensive option. The number of air chambers may also play a role; traditional airbeds have one to two air chambers, but some newer models have as many as six individual chambers (and cost more on average).

Cost Factors for a Bed Base

The bed base refers to the part of a bed that supports the mattress. Here are a few of the factors to consider when you’re thinking about purchasing a bed base to hold up your mattress.

  • Box springs are generally cheaper than other kinds of bed bases, but may require an additional foundation or legs if you want storage space underneath. It’s worth noting that box springs can help to extend the lifespan of your mattress, preventing deterioration and sagging.
  • Foundations or platforms tend to be on the less expensive side. Like box springs, they can help to add value to your mattress purchase by extending its lifespan. They are generally set up to have storage space below, so there probably won’t be a need for extra purchases like with box springs.
  • There are a few factors that can make your bed base pricier. Some foundations have extra storage drawers and/or headboards, for example. These are often more expensive.
  • Adjustable beds, which can be raised at the head or foot to create different angles for sleeping, are the priciest options. Still, they can be important for certain kinds of sleepers, such as people with poor circulation, sleep apnea, or other sleep problems. If you have certain sleep conditions, the price of an adjustable bed base may be well worth it for higher-quality sleep over time.

Which Mattress Type Is Best for You?

Now that we’ve explored cost factors affecting the price of a mattress, let’s look at some distinct qualities associated with different mattress types. Customers can use metrics like these to determine which mattress is best for them based on their top priorities as shoppers and sleepers.

Mattress TypeInnerspringFoamLatexHybridAirbed
Average lifespan5 to 7 years6 to 7 years8 years or longer6 to 7 years8 years or longer
Conforming abilityPoor to FairGood to Very GoodGoodGood to Very GoodGood
SexGood to Very GoodFairFair to GoodGood to Very GoodFair
Temperature neutralityGood to Very GoodPoor to FairFair to GoodFair to GoodFair to Good
Noise potentialFairVery Good to ExcellentVery Good to ExcellentGood to Very GoodFair to Good
Odor potentialGood to Very GoodPoor to FairFair to GoodPoor to FairFair to Good
Edge supportGood to Very GoodPoor to FairPoor to FairGood to Very GoodFair to Good
AvailabilityWideWideModerateModerateVery Limited

Additional Mattress Costs

The original price-point is not the only cost associated with mattress ownership. Here are a few more costs that may arise for mattress owners:

  • Foundations:Mattress customers usually have the option of purchasing a matching foundation to go with their new mattress; most foundations are priced at $150 or higher.
  • Shipping:Many mattress manufacturers offer free delivery to customers in the continental United States; these deliveries are mostly coordinated through UPS, FedEx and other ground courier services. A few manufacturers also offer free shipping to customers in Alaska, Hawaii, and offshore U.S. territories, but most impose shipping charges of at least $100 for these locations; additional fees may also apply for customers in remote locations in the continental U.S. For companies that do not offer free mattress shipping, customers should expect to pay at least $100.
  • In-Home Assembly:A large number of mattress companies offer delivery that includes in-home mattress assembly and packaging waste removal; this is often called ‘White Glove delivery’. The standard cost of White Glove delivery is $99, but some companies charge more.
  • Old Mattress Removal:Mattress companies that offer White Glove delivery will often remove the customer’s old mattress for an additional charge (usually $50). However, most mattress companies that use ground couriers like UPS and FedEx for deliveries do not offer this service.
  • Mattress Returns:Mattress sleep trials are common; most companies allow customers to return their mattress within 30 to 90 days of their original purchase in exchange for a refund (specific lengths vary by company). However, many sleep trials include hidden ‘shipping and handling’ fees for customers that return their mattress during the sleep trial. These details are usually included in the fine print of the company’s sleep trial and return policy.
  • Mattress Exchanges:In addition to mattress returns, some companies allow customers to exchange their mattress during their sleep trial for a model of a different size and/or firmness. The same ‘shipping and handling’ fees apply. For mattress upgrades, customers will be required to pay the difference in price between the original and the replacement. Typically, one exchange is allowed per sleep trial.

Warranty Costs

A standard mattress warranty should last at least 10 years. Some span 25 years or longer. Warranty terms vary significantly between mattress manufacturers, and there are several costs associated with them.

Most mattress warranties require customers to cover shipping and handling fees associated with repairs for mattresses with defects (such as deep indentations or protruding coils). Additionally, customers should expect to pay shipping and handling fees for replacing their defective mattress with a new model.

Another important warranty consideration is whether the coverage is nonprorated or prorated; some warranties are entirely nonprorated, while others are nonprorated for a set number of years and prorated for the remainder of the warranty coverage period. Nonprorated coverage means that, with the exception of shipping and handling fees, owners do not need to pay extra costs for replacing a defective mattress. During prorated coverage periods, customers must pay extra charges for replacing their mattress; these charges are calculated by multiplying a percentage of the original mattress price (typically 5% to 10%) by the number of years of ownership.

For example, let’s say a mattress costs $1,000 and is covered under a 20-year warranty with five years of nonprorated coverage and 15 years of prorated coverage with a 5% prorated charge. If the mattress needs to be replaced during the first five years, then the owner will only be required to pay shipping and handling fees. If the mattress needs to be replaced during the tenth year, then prorated charges are calculated as 10 (years) by 5%; this means that the owner will be responsible for paying half the original price (or $500) to have the mattress replaced. During the eleventh year, this charge will increase to 55% (or $550), and so on until the 20-year period ends.

Most – but not all – 10-year warranties are entirely nonprorated. Some warranties that extend 15 to 20 years or longer are fully nonprorated, but most included prorated coverage periods. In some cases, a mattress warranty will only include two to three years of nonprorated coverage. For this reason, customers should place more emphasis on the length of the nonprorated coverage period than the overall warranty length. Furthermore, most industry experts agree that a mattress should be replaced every seven to eight years; this somewhat negates the need for warranties that extend beyond 10 years.

How to Get the Best Deal on a Mattress

When you’re looking for the best possible deal on a mattress, there are a number of factors that come into play. Here are a few tricks and tips, as well as some important factors to consider when looking for a great mattress deal.


It’s important to do your homework when you’re looking for the best deal on a mattress. Conduct market research before you buy, and you’ll end up with a higher-value purchase in the end.

Mattresses vary widely in terms of durability, firmness, prices, and overall quality. Compare customer reviews and brand prices in order to get the most value for what you pay.

Holiday sales

Date-specific deals are huge in the mattress industry. If you time your purchase correctly, you can save quite a bit on your mattress. Here are some of the most common holidays and other sales days when you might snag a mattress deal:

HolidayDateSale Description
President’s Day3rd Monday in FebruaryPresident’s Day is usually the first opportunity all year to celebrate with mattress savings. Virtually all online mattress sellers provide brand-new coupon codes for this holiday.
Memorial DayLast Monday in MayMany mattress brands offer Memorial Day promotions. Brick-and-mortar stores may have some savings, but online mattress companies will usually provide ultra-steep price cuts and special deal throughout Memorial Day weekend.
Independence DayJuly 4thAlong with fireworks and outdoor barbecues, mattress sales have become synonymous with Independence Day. Okay, maybe not quite the same, but July 4th does bring significant mattress savings every year. While many stores close on this holiday, look for sales on the 3rd or 5th.
Amazon Prime DayJuly 15thThis midsummer sales day provides endless deals for members of Amazon Prime. Even if you’re not a Prime member, though, other mattress sellers will often publish new coupon codes on their own sites to draw customers away from Amazon, so scour various sites for deals.
Labor DayFirst Monday in SeptemberLabor Day has long been a major discount day for the mattress industry. Starting on the Friday before the holiday, look for new coupon codes, steep discounts, and other promotions at online mattress retailers.
Veterans DayNovember 11thNew coupon codes and promos almost always come out on Veterans Day. This mid-November discount opportunity is an especially good time to look out for great deals before the holidays, as mattress companies try to sell as much of their inventory as possible before the approaching winter rush.
Black FridayThe day after Thanksgiving, or the fourth Friday in NovemberBlack Friday is a massive sales event for both e-commerce and brick-and-mortar retailers. Because it’s a weekend-long event, and because so many sellers are competing with one another, you can usually find a steal just after Thanksgiving with a little research and price-matching offers.
Cyber MondayMonday after Thanksgiving (may fall in late November or early December)This e-commerce sales holiday boasts a longer discount window than most other discount days, with some sales lasting the entire week or even longer. Sellers actively compete in a race to the bottom of the price barrel on this post-Thanksgiving holiday, so if you’re looking for the ultimate steal, this is a good time to find one. Be on the lookout for extra perks on Cyber Monday, too, like free bedding and shipping.
Get a friend referral

If you have a friend who recently bought a mattress or is looking to buy one, you could save money on your own mattress purchase. Some retailers offer a referral deal on your purchase when someone who purchases a mattress (or, in some cases, other furniture or household goods) refers you to the company.

Choose a brand that offers free shipping

Buying a mattress online is often cheaper than buying one in person, and most retailers offer their products on the web in today’s market. Many companies offer free shipping, which is a major perk.

If you can dodge the shipping costs, online is often the best way to go when it comes to buying a mattress. On the web, you can almost always find a great mattress deal, with no markups from third-party retailers.

Consider durability

Ultimately, one of the best ways to save money in the long-term is to get a mattress that will last you a long time. When it comes to mattress value, the price point is just one small piece of the puzzle: A mattress that you can use comfortably for many years to come is key.

Do market research on the most durable mattresses. Read customer reviews to make sure the mattress will last a long time for the price you’ll be paying.


Generally speaking, the average sleeper will be able to spend $1,000 or less for a mattress that suits their comfort and support preferences. However, mattress shoppers are urged to thoroughly research different products before making a purchase. In order to find the right mattress at the lowest available price, be sure to compare different models based on factors like type, material composition, firmness, and durability, as well as company policies regarding shipping and delivery, sleep trials, and warranty coverage.

To view and compare different mattress brands based on price, please visit our Product Comparison Page.

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Beautyrest Mattress Reviews

This is our mega Simmons Beautyrest Mattress Review in which we discuss the Black, Silver, and Hybrid models

Who Is This Bed Best For?

  • Anyone looking for aluxury and high end mattress
  • Heavy, medium, and petite individuals (most of the beds have coils)
  • Couples (available in multiple firmness levels and have solid edge support)
  • People that want a bed from one of the largest and most established mattress brands
  • Pillow top lovers

Who Won’t Love This Bed?

  • Especially price-conscious buyers
  • Individuals that are prone to experiencing buyer’s remorse (not all the beds come with free returns)
  • Anyone that just wants a regular bed-in-a-box mattress

Free White Glove Delivery

100 Night Trial Period

10 Year Warranty

Optional Cooling Cover

Beautyrest Review Outline

This is one hefty review. For easier navigation, use the table of contents and links above to jump directly to a section. Alternatively, you can always watch our video review below in which we cover all the major points of the new Beautyrest Black and Beautyrest Hybrid online mattresses.

We hope the video above gave you a good idea of what to expect with the new Beautyrest beds. Keep reading for even more information.

Buying A Simmons Beautyrest Mattress

To cut to the chase, Beautyrest mattresses can be purchased online or in-store through a variety of different retailers. However, the company’s newest mattresses (the first two discussed in this review) can only be purchased online via the company’s official website. If you opt for one of their online exclusive beds, they come withfree white glove delivery, free returns, a 100 night in-home trial period and a 10 year warranty.

If you’re interested in a different Beautyrest mattress, we’d recommend going through, which is one of the largest online retailers of beds. US-Mattress also offers free delivery, free returns and some sort of trial period. It’s worth noting that if you buy through US-Mattress, you still receive a 10 year warranty with your new Beautyrest bed. All this means is that if your mattress fails during the first 10 years of use, you will be refunded or your mattress will be replaced/repaired, but it doesn’t matter whether that warranty claim happens at year five or year eight, for example. With a prorated warranty, on the other hand, the year in which your mattress fails is important, as it will impact how much you are refunded, if you’re refunded at all. So, that’s the long story. The short story is that we prefer it when companies offer non-prorated warranties like Simmons does—these just feel more fair.

Beautyrest Black Original Review

With the recent wave of online mattresses, Beautyrest is now getting into the game. Their premier mattress is simply called Beautyrest Black. It’s available as a Base Model (aka “L-Class”), Cooling Model (aka “C-Class”), Cooling/Comfort Model (also aka “C-Class”).

A look at the new Beautyrest Black

The difference between the three models of the new Beautyrest Black mattress are as follows:

  • Base Model— A foam hybrid mattress with pocketed coils for support.
  • Cooling Model— Adds a cool-to-the-touch cover.
  • Cooling/Comfort— Adds the same cooling cover and a pillow top.

Firmness rating— Honestly, it feels like a foam hybrid mattress. It’s fairly firm (what we’d call a medium firm) and doesn’t really feel like any particular type of bed. It technically has memory foam, but doesn’t feel like memory foam. It has a familiar overall feel, which is comfortable. The biggest thing that you get from this bed is just support—it’s there in spades.

Beautyrest Hybrid Review

Interestingly, the other online-only Beautyrest mattress is just called Beautyrest Hybrid. I know, very original. In any case, what you need to know about the bed is that itcombines memory foam and coilsfor a comfortable overall feel.

The Beautyrest Hybrid is a memory foam hybrid mattress

As compared to the Beautyrest Black mattress, this particular bed feels more like what it is: a memory foam hybrid. If you like memory foam, you’ll most likely really enjoy this bed, as it’s quite comfortable.You also feel plenty supported by the bedeven if you do sink into the comfort layers. And speaking of comfort layers, what’s inside the bed?

  • Pocketed coils
  • 1″ Transition foam
  • 2″ Gel memory foam
  • 1″ Gel memory foam
  • Cooling cover

Firmness rating— In total, the bed is 13.5″ thick and it feels very premium. We’d consider it a medium firm on our scale, meaning it will work just fine for all sleeping styles. It’s not the best plush mattress ever, but it’s also not supposed to be. It’s designed to be a supportive mattress with comfort layers that are accommodating. It is just that.

Beautyrest Black Natasha Review

Before we get into the specifics about this mattress, it is important to note that within the Beautyrest Black line there are actually nine different mattress models. In this review, however, we are specifically referencingBeautyrest Black Natasha, as this is probably the most popular model that Simmons offers. It’s a luxury-grade mattress, but at a relatively affordable price, which is likely the reason that it’s so popular with consumers.

There is only so much detail that we can fit into a single video review—that’s why we have the rest of this post. Below, you’ll find details on firmness, feel, sleeping positions, and more.

Price Of The Natasha Mattress

As previously mentioned, the Beautyrest Black line is thepremium offering from Simmons, and therefore prices are naturally higher than with most bed-in-a-box mattresses. Prices for a queen size mattress range from about $1,800 up to $3,500—so, in other words, pricey, but not unheard of.

As for discounts and coupons, because Simmons is not actually selling you the mattress, these will vary from retailer to retailer. For example, we’ve seen US-Mattress offer purchase incentives, but no outright coupons or discounts. Lately, we’ve seen them offer (with the purchase of the Beautyrest Black) free sleep trackers, blenders, and even a $300 Visa gift card. You can check the current offers from US-Mattress here.

Design And Construction

Again, for this review we are looking at the Natasha model, but theconstruction of all Beautyrest mattresses is fairly similar. The Natasha mattress starts with proprietary pocketed coils that are specially designed to be more resilient and supportive. The real difference here is that the coils are braided using three strands as opposed to a single strand of steel.

Around the perimeter of the mattress, there’s a column of dense foam to provide better edge support. We will discuss this more later in the review, but the quick verdict is thatthe foam works and the edge support is great. Here’s a look at the construction of the Beautyrest Black Natasha mattress. You can clearly see the foam perimeter.

On top of the coils is a 1/2″ thick layer of latex, which is a very responsive foam.This acts as a transition layer between the firmer coils and the foams on top. Latex also happens to be a naturally cooler material than other types of foams, although you won’t really experience much of this since it is buried below several inches of other foams.

Next is a 1″ layer of proprietary BlackIce Memory Foam, which iscooler and more responsive than your typical memory foam. On top of this is a 3″ thick layer of AirCool Gel Memory Foam, which is designed to be cooler than standard memory foam, but also provides plenty of pressure relief. And the top few layers of the Beautyrest Black Natasha are regular polyurethane foams.

Big mattress for a big dog—this is a 16″ thick mattress

As for the cover, it’s thicker and non-removable, but soft to the touch.Supposedly, it utilizes a special cooling textile, but we’ve found the bed to be more temperature neutral, not especially cool. More on this in a bit.

Firmness Options For The Natasha Hybrid

The Beautyrest Black Natasha isavailable in two different firmness levels, both of which have a pillow top. There’s the Luxury Firm option and the Plush option.

While softness/firmness is subjective based on your weight,expect the Plush version to be about a medium-soft to mediumon the firmness scale. Expect the Luxury Firm to be about a medium-firm on that same scale.

Keep in mind thatthe heavier you are, the softer the bed will generally feelto you since you’re applying more pressure to it. The opposite is true of more petite individuals.

As for how the mattress feels, it really justfeels like exactly what it is—an innerspring mattress with a thick, soft pillow top. It’s very comfortable and despite the fact that it uses plenty of memory foam, it doesn’t really feel like a traditional memory foam bed. In fact, it feels more like just soft foam, but you do experience solid pressure relief from the memory foam.

The bed isresponsive in the top layers, but slower to react in the middle layers(memory foam layers). This means that you will sink in, but won’t get an overwhelming stuck-in-the-mud feeling.

Can Beautyrest Black Handle All Sleeping Positions?

If you sleep strictly on your back or stomach, you typically need a firmer mattress to keep proper spinal alignment, so the Plush version will simply be too soft for most people who plan to sleep on their back and/or stomach. Instead, those people should look intothe Luxury Firm version, which is intended for back and stomach sleepers,as well as combination sleepers that rotate positions throughout the night.

Side sleepers will usually want softer mattressesthat offer plenty of pressure relief, particularly for their hips and shoulders. If your mattress is too firm, you will likely experience upper back, shoulder, or hip pain.

Good for combo sleepers, as well

The Beautyrest Black Natasha Plush Pillow Top is made for this side sleepers andoffers a good amount of pressure relief,and is quite soft, yet very supportive.

The short answer is yes. It won’t matter which version you get, theBeautyrest Black Natasha should be suitable for most combo sleepers. For the Plush version, you’ll just want to favor your side. And for the Luxury Firm version, you will likely want to favor your back and/or stomach.

Larger Individuals

In total, the Beautyrest Black Natasha is 16” thick. And given that it incorporates pocketed coils, this mattress ends up beingideal for most sleepers, heavier people included. It offers a great amount of support and even a little bounce. Having said all of that, heavier individuals will certainly want to look into the Luxury Firm version because that firmness is subjective. For petite and average sized individuals, feel free to explore either firmness option.

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Sleeping Temperature

This bed sleeps more temperature neutral, but keep in mind that there are a number of factors that influence how hot you sleep at night. For example, the firmer the mattress, the cooler you should feel since you’re sleeping more on the mattress versus in it.

Additionally, thicker and less breathable covers like the Natasha mattress’s will usually cause you to feel warmer at night. All this is to say that it’s not a cut and dry answer.For most people, the bed should be neutral, but some could end up sleeping hot and others sleeping cool. Bottom line, though—this is not a cooling mattress.

Will It Work For Most Couples?

There are three major things to think about when trying to please two people with one mattress. The first thing is the overall feel, which for this mattress is more neutral.You can tell that it uses memory foam, but not so much that it should deter people. The big thing you’ll have to decide is whether you want a slightly softer or slightly firmer mattress—just match this to your main sleeping positions and you should be good.

From there, if either partner is a light sleeper, you’ll want a bed that’s great at isolating motion.The Beautyrest Black Natasha is good, but not the best bed for motion isolation. That said, for most people, the bed should be just fine in terms motion isolation.

Edge support refers to how well the mattress keeps you on the mattress. Edge support is particularly important for couples sleeping on a smaller mattress, like a queen or full, where you need to be able to utilize the entire surface of the mattress, including the edges.

Fantastic edge support on the Beautyrest Black mattress

Since the Beautyrest Black Natasha has a dense foam perimeter,it does a wonderful job of preventing you from rolling off the side of the bed. In fact, we would go as far as saying the Natasha mattress is one of the single best beds out there in terms of edge support.

Review Verdict: Beautyrest Natasha

If you’re looking for a thick, durable, luxury mattress, it’s hard to do any better than the Simmons Beautyrest Black mattress. You have nine different models to choose from, but the Natasha mattress is likely what most consumers go with given its balance between premium construction and affordable price point.

At 16” thick, it’ssuitable for pretty much any sleeper, especially when you factor in that you have two firmness options to choose from. Side sleepers should look into the Plush version and back/stomach sleepers should consider the Luxury Firm option. Is it the best bed out there? For certain people, it very well could be—that’s up to you.

Beautyrest Black Calista Review

This is your prototypical luxury mattress. In fact, if you were to go to most mattress retailers and ask a sales associate to see only premium beds, they will most likely take you straight to the section with Beautyrest Black mattresses.

Even so, theprice point for the Calista bed is still fairly affordable.

Most retailers don’t tend to offer proper coupon codes or cash discounts on Beautyrest mattresses, but you will often see special incentives like gadgets or gift cards that they bundle in with your purchase. For example, at the time that we’re posting this review, US-Mattress was offering a free $100 gift card and sleep tracker with the purchase of the Calista mattress.

You can check US-Mattress to see current specials, or you can peruse our Mattress Deals page to see what we spotted today in terms of sales and offers.

What Is The Calista Mattress Made Of?

Simmons is extra vague about the exact layers within the mattress, butall the foams are CertiPUR-US certified, which means the bed is completely safe to sleep on. Beyond that, it’s basically an amalgam of foams on top of pocketed coils. Here’s a construction side view.

Construction overview for the Calista mattress

While the graphic above is almost hilariously simple, it’s actually pretty accurate as to what’s going on inside the mattress. Simmons will play up all of their “special” foams when in reality we’re dealing withpoly foam and gel memory foamfor the most part.

For example, Simmons has something they call “MicroDiamond Memory Foam,” which issupposed to draw heat away from the surface of the mattress. The only issue with this assertion is that the foam is in the middle of the mattress. In other words, there are multiple layers of other types of foam on top of the “MicroDiamond Memory Foam,” rendering any active-cooling elements pretty much useless.

As for the cover of the mattress, it’s non-removable, but itdefinitely looks and feels premium. It has a floral pattern and little divots that give the surface a little texture. The cover also has “SurfaceCoolPlus” fibers woven it to help with temperature regulation. We’ll discuss this in a minute.

We like the cover a lot on the Calista mattress

In terms of keeping the mattress clean, since you can’t remove the cover, your best bet is just spot cleaning. You’ll want to use warm water, mild detergent, and a rag to blot out stains. Alternatively, you can get a mattress protector from Amazon or wherever to make certain you never stain the bed. Just make sure you get one that’s waterproof, breathable, and machine washable.

As a heads up,mattress protectors do tend to change the feel and firmness of a bedsomewhat. You’re adding a somewhat thick layer on top of the bed, which will take away from the soft foam feel that you’d otherwise experience without the protector.

Firmness And Feel Ratings

The overall feel of the Calista mattress is neutral. Sure, it has memory foam, butwe didn’t experience an overwhelming stuck feelingthe way we did with the Serta iComfort Blue Max and TempurPedic Tempur-Adapt mattresses.

We thinkthe bed is comfy and accomodating, but it is available in two firmness profiles, so a lot of your opinion of the bed will come down to that. They offer a Plush and an Extra Firm version. We consider the Plush version to be between a medium-soft and medium. The Extra Firm is somewhere between a medium-firm and hardwood flooring.

The bed is quick to respond to pressurethanks to the coil base layer. It pops right back into shape, at least with the Extra Firm model. The Plush version will be a little slower, but still will be fairly responsive.

With a lot of memory foam mattresses, you’ll see a cavity when pressure is removed from the mattress. This makes it a little more difficult to rotate positions during the night and can work against you getting a restful night sleep—that is, if you tend to switch positions frequently. Luckily, with the Beautyrest Black Calista mattressyou’re good to go in terms of being able to freely switch sleeping positionsat night.

Sleeping Positions For Beautyrest Black Calista

Given that Simmons sort of took a barbell approach with the regard to firmness options,there is a Calista mattress for every type of sleeper. Allow me to explain.

The Plush version is ideal for side sleepers—who generally require a softer surface for their hips and shoulders. Put differently,pressure relief is the key factor for side sleepersand the Plush version has plenty of it.

Plush version is designed for side sleepers

For back and stomach sleepers, a firm mattress is the way to go. It just so happens that the Extra Firm version is just that—a firm bed.We expect back andstomach sleepers to really like the Extra Firm version.

Combination sleepers are individuals that can’t really choose a sleeping position—they tend to rotate between several. If this sounds like you, you’ll want tochoose based on your dominant sleeping position. In other words, if you’re 80% stomach sleeper, stick to firmer beds. If you’re 80% side sleeper, you should err on the softer side with the Plush model.

One thing we should point out is thatfirmness changes based on your height-to-weight ratio. The heavier you are, the softer a bed will appear. The inverse is true for petite individuals. That’s why in the graphic above we have a range for firmness, not a set point.

We mention this because someone that’s 110 lb can probably get by no problem sleeping in any position on the Plush version. We can’t say the same for someone around 200 lb.All of this is relative, so just keep that in mind as you read the rest of this review.

Will Couples Like Beautyrest Black Calista?

Yes. Calista a nice mattress for couples, assuming of course that you both agree on the neutral feel and the firmness level.There are two other factors that are important to considerwhen trying to find a new mattress, but Calista is good on both of them, so we’ll breeze right through this section.

The first thing is motion isolation, orhow well a mattress deadens movement. Most mattresses made nowadays are pretty good in this department, thanks in part to the advent of individually wrapped, pocketed coils, which the Calista mattress has. They do a much better job of absorbing motion than do traditional innerspring units.

Thebed is really efficient at deadening movement. This is good news for anyone that has a partner that’s an active sleeper or tends to get up in the middle of the night.

On to the next—edge support. This is all about how strong the perimeter of the bed is. Does it compress and leave you with a roll-off sensation? Or does it hold its shape, keeping you on the mattress? In the case of the Calista mattress,it holds its shape nicely and has was what we would consider excellent edge support, at least on the Extra Firm model.

Solid edge support with Beautyrest Black Calista

Edge support is trulyonly important when you have limited space on your mattress—like when you sleep on a full size bed. Generally, regardless of what actual bed you get, if you’re sleeping on a queen size or larger, edge support isn’t really worth worrying about.

Last Comment On Beautyrest Calista

It’s not a cheap mattress, but it is a good mattress for the money. If you just go down the list of things that you want to see in a bed, Calista has a lot of them. It’s accommodating with a neutral feel. It comes in multiple firmness profiles and, therefore, has a real chance of pleasing all types of sleepers.It’s also supportive, durable, and premium. It’s just a good bed.

Beautyrest Silver Hybrid Reviews

The Beautyrest Silver collection is surprisingly affordable considering the thickness and quality of these beds.

Beautyrest Silver is the entry level line of beds from Simmons. They also have Beautyrest Black and Platinum, which are pricey, but promise more premium features and materials—they are your quintessential luxury mattresses. To be honest, the Silver seems just fine and we’re not convinced the other models are worth spending more on.

If you’re looking for a coupon code for Beautyrest Silver, you most likely will not find one, but you can check our Mattress Coupons page for other deals that we found today.

Construction And Design

The Beautyrest Silver is a hybrid mattress that haslayers of coils, memory foam, and proprietary foam. It starts out with a 4” base of pocketed coil technology. Next is a layer of gel memory foam, then some “GelTouch Foam.”

General construction breakdown

Then there’s a layer of “AirCool Foam” for airflow, followed by a layer of “AirFeel Foam” for pressure relief, both of which are proprietary materials. The pillow top is made with “DualCool technology fiber,” and actually has silver sewn throughout (hence the name), which has antimicrobial properties.

The sum total of all of this is a 14″ thick mattresswith a confusing blend of various types of foam. What you need to know is that it’s thick, burly, and built to a higher standard than plenty of the online-specific beds.

Overview Of Firmness Of Beautyrest Silver

Within the Simmons Beautyrest Silver line, there are multiple mattresses, one of which is Kenosha Place III.

The Kenosha Place mattress is then itself available in multiple firmness options. They have a Luxury Firm Pillow Top, a Luxury Firm, an Extra Firm, a Plush Pillow Top, and a Plush model.

For this review,we’re specifically looking at the Plush Pillow Top model, and found it to be a soft to medium-soft in terms of firmness, but with all these options, they Beautyrest Silver does cover the whole soft/firm spectrum.

We thinkthis bed feels like sleeping on a plush cushion, but you can definitely feel the bounce of the pocketed coil system beneath it. Because of the springs, this bed has great responsiveness with none of that stuck-in-the-mud feeling you sometimes get from memory foam beds.

Keep in mind that the more you weigh, the more weight you’ll be putting on the bed, and the softer it will feel for you. Same for the reverse; The less you weigh, the firmer the bed will feel for you. Put differently,softness/firmness is a relative measure.

All Sleeping Positions

The firmer models will be best for back and stomach sleepers. This is because back and stomach sleepers need to keep their spines in neutral alignment, instead of curved or arched. A firmer bed will support the hips and shoulders so that they don’t sag into the mattress.

We recommend the Luxury Firm Pillow Top, Luxury Firm, Extra Firm for back sleepers and stomach sleepers. With these models, you will truly remain on top of the mattress. We think they could be a nice solution if you’re dealing with low back pain in particular.

Plenty of options for back sleepers (and stomach sleepers)

Side sleepers should go for softer models that will offer pressure relief for their hips and shoulders.We recommend the Plush and Plush Pillow Top modelsfor side sleepers. The Plush Pillow Top model will be quite soft, but could be just what you’re looking for if you are nursing shoulder or hip pain and you spend nearly all night on your side.

This bed should befine for combo sleepers, as well, because there isn’t any stuck-in-the-mud feeling. If you’re mostly a back or stomach sleeper, the Luxury Firm is likely the model you will prefer. If you’re mostly a side sleeper, but you sometimes rotate around, the Plush model should do just fine.

Will Couples Like This Mattress?

In some aspects, yes, in some, no. If you’re a couple that shares a smaller sized bed, and one of you likes to hog the center while the other is left to cling to the edge, have no fear.The edge support on this bed is great. It will keep you supported instead of letting you fall down to the floor.

As you can see in the image above, there’s hardly any excess compression along the perimeter. The bed actually is designed specifically to have reinforced edges. You won’t see that on a lot of budget-tier beds.

You might run into problems if you or your partner is a sensitive sleeper. The pocketed coil system in the construction of this bed gives it some bounce, which ishard to keep from transferring across the bed.

If you tend to wake up every time your partner tosses or turns in the night, you might want to look for something with better motion isolation, like memory foam. Here’s our list of the best mattresses for motion isolation and light sleepers.

Beautyrest Silver: Closing Thoughts

In summary, we think this is anice bed, especially considering the priceat which you’re getting it. We like the wide range of firmness options they offer because they can accommodate any sleeper type, plus the coils make this bed an option for any body type, as well.

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Since 1925, Simmons Beautyrest has been creating mattresses and developing their technologies to help customers get their best sleep. Using their slogan, “Get Your Beautyrest,” Simmons Beautyrest aims to use innovative quality processes to deliver on their process of excellent sleep.

Simmons Beautyrest has been in the industry for two centuries now; their beds were even aboard the Titanic. They have also had their mattresses promoted by Eleanor Roosevelt in print advertising and through the radio. You may even remember Simmons Beautyrest by their popular bowling ball commercials that demonstrated how one person’s movement wouldn’t affect the other. In an everchanging world, the experts at Simmons Beautyrest know that technology doesn’t stand still, and neither can they.

The company’s rich history is outlined on their website proudly, friendly, and entertainingly. This glimpse of what they’re accomplished shows dedication to their craft. They haven’t stopped inventing and growing in the past 100 years, and it doesn’t look like they’re planning to stop anytime soon.

Product Offering

Beautyrest offers three collections of mattresses. The first is Beautyrest Black. This collection boasts more than 15 luxurious mattresses that use advanced pocketed coil technology. It also uses memory foam and surface cooling technology.

The next collection is the Beautyrest Platinum. This collection was dreamt up to represent elegance and comfort in a refined sleep environment. Also providing more than 15 choices, the platinum hybrid collection brings together the world of pocketed coil technology and pocketed memory foam, along with a trio of cooling memory foams.

Finally, the third collection is Beautyrest Silver. This sophisticated collection is meant to energize and revitalize its sleepers with its intuitive technologies. This hybrid mattress combines pocketed coil technology with DualCool memory foam. These technologies are designed to give customers a restorative night’s sleep of comfort and support.

Separate from the collections is the Beautyrest ST. This high-performance memory foam mattress was created to alleviate pressure points and promote movement freedom. It’s designed to stay cool and comfortable and can be paired with the free sleep monitor.

Other items available from Simmons Beautyrest include adjustable bases, sleep trackers, pillows, covers, and pet beds.

Customer Support

Customer support is available to be reached by an email form on the website or by phone number. There are several different numbers listed for different services. Customers can contact specific emails or numbers Monday to Friday with inquires about the warranty. For other inquiries, see the full list of numbers provided by the website here.

The website also offers a frequently asked questions section, although it is very limited and does not have a search function. You are kind of just stuck scrolling through, and if your questions aren’t answered there, you can submit your own or try calling.

While the general tone of the site is professional, the customer service end does not seem particularly friendly. It’s very black and white, here’s the information. This is disappointing because the “About” section that detailed the company’s history was very engaging, friendly, and fun. The rest of the site does not seem to reflect this attitude. Rather, it seems like the company just wants to get to the point and get on with the sales.

Sleep Trials, Warranties, & Return Policy

Simmons Beautyrest does not offer a sleep trial, which is different than most industry standards. Therefore, you will want to take care in your research before purchasing this bed.

The warranties offered on Simmons Beautyrest mattresses vary based on the mattress. You will have to look at the tag of your mattress to determine which warranty you are under. For example, warranty code B states that your total limited warranty is one year. However, if you have warranty code A, your total limited warranty is ten years. Each customer will need to locate their tag and look up their warranty policy.

If your purchased mattress or foundation fails due to manufacturing defects, and you are still under warranty, your item will be replaced free of charge. However, there are no refunds allowed, only replacements and exchanges. Delivery will be set up by the individual dealer and location.

Coupons, Discounts, Sales, & Deals

Right now, Simmons Beautyrest is offering a free smart bed bundle. You can upgrade your sleep by getting a free Beautyrest Sleeptracker monitor with a valid purchase of select Beautyrest mattresses or Beautyrest SmartMotion Bases.

Reviewed: Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress

What Sizes is it Available In?

The Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress comes from the Simmons Beautyrest Silver Collection. The Silver Collection sizes vary based on the model. The Beachwood Mattress is available in the following sizes:

What’s it Made out Of?

The Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress utilizes DualCool technology memory foam that incorporates natural silver and works to remove heat from the surface of the mattress. The layer is meant to keep the sleeper cool and comfortable during the night. Silver’s naturally capabilities help it prevent the growth of bacteria, mold, and mildew, which maintain a fresh mattress.

At 12.5”, the mattress combines the comfort layer of the DualCool technology with Geltouch Foam, Dynamic Response Memory Foam, 1000 Density Plush Beautyrest, and Pocketed Coil Technology. These layers all combine to give comfort, cooling, body contouring, and support to give you the perfect night’s sleep.

The Beachwood Mattress is designed, tested, and assembled in the United States using the highest-quality materials. The materials are CertiPUR-US certified and free of dangerous chemicals and heavy metals. They also meet low-VOC standards for indoor air quality.

Is it Good For…?

Side Sleepers

No.The very name of this mattress should be a warning for side sleepers. Most side sleepers prefer their mattresses to have a little bit of give and softness to them. This is because a firm mattress makes it difficult to comfortably put pressure on the shoulders and hips. Since this is a firm mattress, side sleepers may find it a little difficult to rest comfortably on their sides. There is not enough give or softness in the top layer of this mattress.

Stomach Sleepers

Yes.Stomach sleepers need to have extra support so that their sleeping position won’t affect their comfort. The Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress has the stability, durability, and firmness needed to support a stomach sleeper, keeping their face from sinking into the mattress too much. Additionally, these mattresses still provide the proper amount of support needed for a healthy night of sleep.

Back Pain

Yes.Those suffering back pain often find that they need a firmer mattress that is going to support them in all the right places. A hybrid mattress like the Beachwood Mattress uses both memory foam and support coil systems. This combination relieves pressure points and pushes back on the body, supporting it in all the right place. Back pain sufferers will find solace in the excellent firm comfort of the Beachwood Mattress. The medium softness of this mattress will allow pain to dissipate without sacrificing the comfort of a softer mattress.

Hot Sleepers

Yes.The Beachwood Mattress uses DualCool Technology Memory Foam to remove heat from the body and encourage a cooling environment. In fact, this mattress even incorporates natural silver that helps with moving heat. The silver’s antimicrobial properties also help to prevent any bacteria, mold, and mildew from growing, as an added bonus. While the mattress is keeping you cool, the silver’s natural properties are removing moisture to prevent this growth that leads to bad odors.

Heavy People

Yes.Heavyweight people should be looking into firm, durable mattresses. This luxury mattress is strongly designed and is built to last. The firm level of comfort along with the coil spring system push back on the sleeper and prevent it from sagging or forming compressions. Heavy people will find that this firm mattress can support them and will last while giving them the same comfort and cooling as it would for any other customer.

Yes.Firm, durable mattresses are excellent for active couples who intend on using their beds to their fullest extent. Without that sinking feeling that you sometimes get with certain memory foam mattresses, you and your partner will find that you can move around your bed quickly and with ease, without having to climb out of deep compressions. The memory foam incorporates dynamic response memory foam for a quick bounce back.

The cooling technology featured in this mattress will prove to be great when things get hot in the bedroom. Nothing is worse than overheating during the most intimate parts of our lives. This mattress will work with you to absorb the heat produced by you and your partners and keep you cool.

The pocketed coil technology will give excellent support and bounce. Its support extends throughout the entire mattress, meaning you’ll have awesome edge support. This gives you more options in your love life and allows you to utilize the whole bed.

Although firm, the mattress is comfortable enough to ensure you’ll enjoy the time spent on it with your partner. Comfort and support are your best bets for pleasure in the bedroom.

Where Can I Buy It?

The Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress can be purchased at a variety of different dealers and showrooms. While it cannot be purchased online at Beautyrest or other locations, you are given several options. Prices may vary, but the mattress can be found at Mattress Firm, the Mattress Factory, US Mattress, and Pottery Barn, along with various warehouses and smaller establishments.

How Much Does it Cost?

The Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress is available in all the standard sizes. It’s price starts at $1,399 but can vary from store to store.

Is it Worth It?

If you’re into luxury mattresses that will provide firm support from a reliable company, the Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress is for you. While it’s easy to see why this is quality, luxury mattress, it is hard to justify spending this kind of money on something that seems so easy to find. For one, it’s not nearly as convenient as other mattresses that can be shipped to you. The firmness level is medium soft, which isn’t hard to find. Its cooling technology is good, but not out of this world.

This mattress seems common. The only thing uncommon about this mattress is that it integrates silver into it, and it comes from a high-class, well-known brand. The brand’s reputation alone is enough to sell mattresses, but comparably it doesn’t seem extra special enough to justify spending that amount of money, especially given the limited size options.

Shipping Info

The Beachwood Mattress is not available to be shipped to your door. You can only find the mattress within dealers, stores, and warehouses. This luxurious mattress will have different delivery options that vary from store to store. You will have to contact the dealer closest to you to see what their delivery options, shipping info, and pricing are.

Why Not to Buy a Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress

Let’s start with the obvious here. This is a firm mattress. Firm mattresses are good for people who suffer back pain or prefer to sleep on their backs. It is also awesome for stomach sleepers. However, it is not so great for side sleepers. Most side sleepers prefer a softer mattress to gently cradle their shoulder and hip, as they are putting pressure on them the most all night. Firm mattresses aren’t able to create that comforting hug that other softer mattresses can give. If you are a side sleeper, we recommend you look into a mattress better suited to your needs.

The next concern with this issue is the price. As a well-established brand with a 100 years of success backing them up, it’s not a surprise that they are able to charge higher prices for their expertly designed and crafted products. But, if you’re on a budget, you can definitely do better. It’s possible to get a firm, comfortable mattress for a better price.

Lastly, if you’re banking on having your mattress hand-delivered to you without the hassle of going to a showroom, you’re not going to find that here. In order to purchase one of these mattresses, you have to find a local dealer that sells them, and then organize the delivery process from there. With the Beachwood Mattress, you lose the convenience of shopping online.

Compare Similar Brands

There are a number of mattresses on the market that offer firm support, cooling technology, and a coil support system. These mattresses all have a variety of technologies and features that make them unique, while also boasting differing prices.

Saatva offers luxury mattresses that range from plush soft to firm. The mattress most comparable to the Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress would be the Saatva Luxury Firm Mattress. This mattress strives to give the perfect balance of cushion firm and contouring support. It enforces spinal alignment and is great for all sleepers. This mattress is the perfect in between level that will support you even if you swap positions throughout the night. It uses the standard used for hotel mattresses that aim to fit all guests.

The Dacosta Luxury Firm Mattress is a branch of the Serta Mattress. It uses Cool Twist Gel Memory Foam and customer support created by individually wrapped coils. It incorporates cool balance fabric technology to keep sleepers from overheating, too. The mattress promotes spinal alignment and excellent support for back and stomach sleepers especially. Its firm feel combines support and comfort and is designed to give you good, comfortable, and healthy sleep.

The Loom & Leaf company offer a firm mattress that is similar to the Beachwood Mattress. The Loom & Leaf Firm is an excellent choice for those who prefer firm comfort, and those who sleep on their back or stomach. It can also be good for those suffering from back pain. This firm mattress uses cooling spinal gel that keeps you cool during the night while promoting alignment of the spine. It also uses eco-friendly, premium foam that gives firm support.

Also from Serta, the company has what’s called the Blue Max 5000 Elite Luxury Firm Mattress. The Blue Max Mattress is a high-quality, high-priced mattress that incorporates powerful temperature regulating memory foam with other layers of firm memory foam support.

This mattress uses a variety of foams with its Air Suspension Technology to boost comfort and generally enhance support. This product aims to relieve pressure points where pain can form as it works with you to support your body.

The Blue Max Mattress is firm yet comfortable and is excellent for back and stomach sleepers. It is made to relax both body and mind. Its support extends to the edges of the mattress for the ultimate luxury firm experience.


The Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress is a very nice mattress. There is no argument there. The company itself is very well established. With 100 years of success and development backing it up, this company has earned its stripes in the industry. Therefore, it’s no surprise that a trusted name in mattresses would charge a higher price than a similar product from a different company.

That being said, there isn’t much in this mattress that you cannot find elsewhere. There are many other mattresses out there that provide the same luxurious comfort as the Beachwood Mattress. They all strive to be firm yet comfortable, but the difference sometimes comes down to the price.

The Beachwood Mattress incorporates everything it should for its name. It has excellent support given through its wrapped coil spring system. The foam layers provide comfort, and its cooling technology gives the sleeper a cool environment that lasts throughout the night. The firmness is perfect for back sleepers and stomach sleepers, and it may prove excellent for those who suffer from back pain.

Altogether though, it seems hard to justify spending this amount of money for a mattress that isn’t all that special. On top of that, this mattress can only be found and delivered from dealers and showrooms. This means that the buyer has to visit a store in order to make a purchase. This can be less convenient than other mattresses that can be ordered online and shipped to your door for free.

Because of the high quality of the product combined with the lack of convenience and high price, we are going to give the Beachwood Luxury Firm Mattress an A-.

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