What Brands Have the Best Mattress Reviews?

From Tempurpedic to Serta, check out which brands have the best mattress reviews

What Brands Have the Best Mattress Reviews?

Getting a good night’s sleep is a challenge all too familiar, and has proven to be quite elusive. For that reason alone, if for no other, researching the best mattress reviews can lead to a relatively less stress induced lifestyle, and some added beauty rest.

Top Brands for Best Mattress Reviews

Now, while they say rest is priceless, let’s face it. The economy has most of us a little strapped for cash; that’s why it’s important to weigh the benefits along with the cost when choosing a mattress. One of the best ways to research any purchase is by checking reviews. Here, we have looked online at third party review sites, retailer websites, forums, and more to assess customer opinions and find the brands with the best mattress reviews.

Tempurpedic

Among the most popular brand names in recent years, the Tempurpedic Brand was one of the most revolutionary. The brand offers consumers four main categories of memory foam based, bed mattresses in 8 sizes.

It’s most affordable is the newer Tempur-Simplicity Collection, which features lower density foams and shorter warranties in exchange for more competitive price points. The prices range from $699 for a twin and $1,598 for a split California King Mattress. When it comes to consumer ratings, the Tempur-Simplicity Collection has decent marks focusing on customizable firmness, expectations,  and value. The higher end beds tend to receive Tempurpedic’s best mattress reviews, being above average for traditional memory foam, but range from $2000-7000.

You can shop at the actual website, which is an added bonus, as some brands only offer information regarding retailers that sell their brand. More to an advantage, are annual retailer Tempurpedic sale events which allows you to purchase one of these kings of sleep, at a slightly lower rate or with financing perks.

Serta

We all remember the counting sheep on TV, well; those little guys belong to the Serta Mattress Company. While Serta still sells traditional spring mattresses, they have one of the most highly hyped memory foam collections on the market, with the iComfort Collection. The collection starts at $1299, and the beds have 4-5 star ratings when it comes to comfort and quality. The main complaint consumers seem to have with this mattress is the price, which is a little steep. Others mention sleeping temperature issues similar to other brands (despite the cooling claims) and off-gassing issues.

Serta also has one of the more user friendly websites, which allows you to make minimal navigation commands when it comes to searching for information. It even has a handy pop in window, for easy, hassle free, product review browsing; and you don’t even have to leave the page. In addition, they offer a 120 day in home trial, and a 25 year warranty.

Amerisleep

For the Green movement enthusiasts, Amerisleep offers the top in environment friendly mattresses, and prides itself on having open cell structured mattresses. This is opposed to the closed cell structure of the leading brands, which cause slower responsiveness and sleeps warmer. They utilize a plant based memory foam which is friendlier to the environment and also free of VOCs and thus off-gassing, unlike other polyurethane foams.

All of the Amerisleep beds rate between 4-5 stars, and exceed average consumer satisfaction with other memory foam brands.  Amerisleep offers five models of memory foam mattresses, with the best mattress reviews coming from the Revere Bed which has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. The line of mattresses starts off at $549 with the Columbus and goes up. They offer a 90 day in home trial, and a 20 year limited warranty on each mattress.

The plant based, budget-friendly approach has gotten Amerisleep many of the best mattress reviews  in the business.  Amerisleep’s beds obtain similar levels of reviews from customers as the iComfort and Tempurpedic lines.  Those that do complain often mention a particular model being too firm/soft for their tastes. Overall Amerisleep offers the lowest prices of the big memory foam retailers and the only green product, which are two important factors for many shoppers.

So who receives the best mattress reviews?

To wrap up, all the mentioned brands remain popular and tend to get above average marks and some of the best mattress reviews in their respective categories. When it comes to sales, Serta offers some good deals on spring beds, via holiday sales, offers, and financing and Amerisleep has frequent sales as well, with Amerisleep offering the least markup. The most highly rated brands with the best mattress reviews are the Serta iComfort brand and Amerisleep, with customers of both preferring the cooler feel and use of more natural components.

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    3 Comments

    1. We are currently looking to replace our ‘Select Comfort’ or Sleep Number bed. I have to say they aren’t for everyone. Even with a memory foam topper, it is out. My husband is a back and side sleeper, there is no way to get a good nights sleep if you move around and have to keep adjusting your number. My side of the bed is alive. The number and pressure go up and down with respective barometric pressure changes. I will wake up in pain because the pressure in my bed went up on its own and is pressing on my hip. No thanks! Thanks for the website and useful information.

    2. Unhappy King Koil Customer April 23, 2013 Reply

      We purchased a mattress, had major problems with it within the first month. The King Koil product that we purchase was manufactured in Florida by Dixie Bedding. Our Comfort Solutions product, King Koil Exquisite, was anything but exquisite as we observed major product defects within the first month of owning the product. We brought this issue to the manufacturer of the bed whom also confirmed that the product was defective based on photos and measurements that we provided them. All we have asked Comfort Solutions and their manufacturer, Dixie Bedding to do is to replace the mattress. What they ask us to do is drive our mattress hundreds of miles and several states away to bring it to the factory and wait for it to be repaired. My wife and I are elderly (late 70’s) with medical conditions and this is not an option for us. Neither is paying hundreds of dollars to ship our mattress both to and from their factory. We already spent thousands on the mattress to begin with. My recommendation is to NOT purchase KING KOIL nor any of the other brands that Comfort Solutions licenses such as Laura Ashley, iMatress, The Dr. Breus Bed, Sleep ID, Natural Response. Companies like this need to learn that business is more than taking peoples money, it’s about standing behind your product and providing quality customer support.

    3. I think the stress caused by purchasing a mattress is close to the stress when buying a house. I think I like firm support but I wake in the mornings with a sore back. Doesn’t seem to matter the amount of money I have spent as I don’t think I have found a good mattress in the past 25 years and that has to be around 5-6 sets I think. I don’t feel like the service is very oriented to my lifestyle vs the employee needing to make a commission. I am at a loss. I also have a husband with chronic back pain, so two opinions for one mattress. still looking for a good mattress.

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