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Our Top 5 Picks for the Best Luxury Mattress UK

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Written By Connie

CPD Sleep Consultant

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29 April 2024 11 min read

If you don't mind spending a few quid on a premium mattress – you're going to love our top five luxury mattress (UK) list!

Even though the best luxury mattress the UK has to offer will burn a hole in your wallet – it won't burn a hole in your heart. Not only can they enhance sleep quality but they will also last longer and even better other aspects of health!

And it is hard to put into words just how phenomenally comfortable these mattresses feel. After all, the mattress industry is set to reach one billion dollars in the UK alone, so, luxury has obviously made it's way in!

Instead of trying to wow you with shiny adjectives illustrating how great luxury mattresses look and feel, we're going to do you one better – we'll name you the top five, so you can check for yourself.

On that note, let's not waste any more of your precious time, and let's delve right in and see how these premium sleep solutions can help you get some proper rest.

Our top luxury mattresses

Here we are – our top five picks for the best luxury mattresses! We have personally hand-picked and reviewed every one of these, so you can be rest assured (pun intended) that each of these mattresses will be an excellent product by all means. But if you don't find anything you like among our high-end mattress selections, we'll be sure to point you towards the resources you need to find the perfect one! And let's also aknowledge that our luxury mattress recommendations aren't perfect. When you spend so much you have to be a bit harsh, so don't expect us to go lightly on these ones. It's for the greater good.
    Mattresses 1
    Premier-Hybrid-Mattress
    Nectar Premier Mattress
    Best Overall
    Mattresses 2
    Close up of Vispring Baronet Superb Mattress.
    Vispring Baronet Superb Mattress
    Best Handcrafted
    Mattresses 3
    Product shot of Middleham Mohair Mattress.
    Middleham Mohair Mattress
    Best Structure
    Mattresses 4
    our reviewer sitting on Simba Hybrid Luxe Mattress
    Simba Hybrid Luxe
    Best Design
    Mattresses 5
    Panda hybrid bamboo mattress closeup
    Panda Hybrid Bamboo Mattress
    Best Eco-Friendly

Best Overall: Nectar Premier Mattress

Is the Nectar Premier mattress better than the other memory foam mattresses? Yes, it is!
Best Overall
Premier-Hybrid-Mattress

The Nectar Premier mattress is the only all-foam mattress on our list and for a good reason –its six-layer construction is on par with some of the best hybrid mattresses we've seen so far. And considering that it's an upgrade from the already luxurious Nectar memory foam mattress, it only makes sense. We have given it our top spot for the Best Luxury Mattress 2024 award, so it must be good!

First, we start with this lovely quilted cover that's specially made to wick away moisture and keep you fresh and cool during the night. As we all know, that's not something all-foam mattresses are known for.

Next up, we have several layers of super comfy and supportive memory foam layers. However, unlike most memory foam mattresses, this isn't done with simple “zoning”. Instead, this mattress features honeycomb-shaped micro-zone layers in order to be even more precise when supporting your body. So, you're getting that added support that people usually miss out on with pure-foam mattresses.

Finally, there's one thing that makes this mattress better than all the other memory foam mattresses and that's the Forever warranty. Not to mention that you also get free named-day delivery and a 1-year trial! So, in terms of coverage, it's likely the best mattress in the business.

KEY FEATURES:
  • Size: Single, Small Double, Double, King, Super king
  • Type: Memory foam
  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • Depth: 28cm
  • Firmness: 6.5/10
  • Trial: 365 nights

Advantages

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Lifetime warranty
You get Forever (lifetime) warranty on this mattress. Not too many brands offer this.
An icon depicting air passing through a fabric
Highly breathable
For a memory foam mattress, this one is highly breathable and you won't get hot.
An icon presenting perpetual motion balls indicating low motion transfer
Great motion isolation
You'll stay isolated in the bed even if you partner tosses & turns all night long.

Disadvantages

An icon depicting off gassing
Off-gassing
Since it is made of memory foam, do expect some off-gassing issues.
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Non-removable cover
The cover is not removable, which makes the maintenance process complicated.

Best Handcrafted: Vispring Baronet Superb Mattress

Everything about this mattress screams luxury.
Best Handcrafted
Close up of Vispring Baronet Superb Mattress.

Let’s start by saying it is hand-upholstered using British fleece wool, cotton and horsehair, and covered in a satin ivory fabric. Need we say anymore. Using different techniques, those materials make the mattress super comfortable to sleep on.

The Vispring Baronet Superb Mattress features over 1000 pocket springs to keep you supported as you move around in your sleep. These have then been sewn into calico (cotton pockets) and hand-formed into a honeycomb-nested unit for the most ergonomic design. All of this is finished with hand side-stitching and a border created from coir and wool. Not only that, it has horizontal handles on every side for easy manoeuvring and air vents on the side to keep air flowing through. Everything about this mattress is handcrafted to give a luxurious and unique feel so it’s worth paying the extra price for it.

It also has a 30 year guarantee which is three times the length of most other mattresses, so you can be sure that it’s going to last you for years to come.

KEY FEATURES:
  • Size: Single, Double, King, Small Super King, Super King, Emperor, Large Emperor
  • Type: Pocket Sprung
  • Warranty: 30-year guarantee
  • Depth: 21cm
  • Firmness: Varies
  • Trial: 14-days

Advantages

Filling-pro
Natural materials
Instead of using synthetic materials.
Side-handles-pro
Handles on the side
There are handles on each side of the mattress to make turning easier.
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Lots of sizes
There are a lot of size options to choose from, to find the perfect fit.

Disadvantages

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No removable cover
The cover can't be taken off for washing.
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Difficult to clean
Cannot be vacuum cleaned or wiped. Only lightly brushed and blot with a dry cloth.

Best Structure: Middleham Mohair Mattress

A luxury structure from the cover to the base.
Best Structure
Product shot of Middleham Mohair Mattress.

Next up we have the Middleham Mohair Mattress from Feather & Black. This mattress is made up of 8 layers, with half of them being high-density pocket springs. These layers consist of 2500 mini pocket springs each totaling 10000 of them. The purpose of the little springs is to adapt to your body and relieve pressure while you sleep. Sandwiched in the middle of those layers are 750 Cortec Quad springs which are bigger and chunkier springs for responsive support. They’re an innovative system that are sustainable and 100% recyclable for zero waste to landfill.

Either side of all the spring layers you’ll find a blend of hemp, cotton, Egyptian cotton, British wool and mohair for comfort layers. This is topped off by a blend of wool and viscose with a damask patterning to give that luxury look to it.

As for the finishing touches, there are handles on every side of the mattress and hand side-stitching and the Feather & Black piping to bind the layers inside.

Lastly, there’s a range of tension and sizes available for you to find what suits you the best.

KEY FEATURES:
  • Size: Small Single, Single, Small Double, DOuble, King, Super King, Emperor
  • Type: Pocket Sprung
  • Warranty: 7-year guarantee
  • Depth: 30cm
  • Firmness: Varies
  • Trial: 100-nights

Advantages

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Innovative spring system
A large number of springs to give a balance of comfort and support.
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100-night trial
Or as they call it, a 100-Night Comfort Guarantee.
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Supportive
You can choose your tension of the mattress but each one will still provide you with support.

Disadvantages

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Longer delivery
The mattresses are made to order so delivery can take longer than most.
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No removable cover
The cover can't be removed for easy maintenance.

Best Design – Simba Hybrid Luxe

Inarguably one of the best hybrid mattresses ever made and it even has Luxe in the name!
Best Design
our reviewer sitting on Simba Hybrid Luxe Mattress

It definitely lives up to its name when it comes to luxury. This is because it's the type of mattress where no corners are cut!

For one, the Simba Hybrid Luxe has a whopping 11 layers, each specially designed to keep you as comfortable as possible. And within these 11 layers, we'll also find nothing but the highest-quality mattress materials on the market. For one, the memory foam is infused with graphite, making it 30x more breathable than most standard foam mattresses.

But that wasn't good enough for Simba, so they incorporated bamboo-infused wool. Not only does this further amp the temperature regulation of the mattress but it also makes for an anti-bacterial sleeping surface. And don't even get us started on the 6000 spring support system!

If you're interested in learning more about this absolute unit – feel free to check out the detailed review of the Luxe.

KEY FEATURES:
  • Size: Single, Small Double, Double, King, Super King, EU Queen
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Warranty: 10 years
  • Depth: 31 cm
  • Firmness: 6/10
  • Trial: 200 nights

Advantages

An icon depicting a leaf indicating hypoallergenic properties
Hypoallergenic
Forget about allergy problems as this is 100% hypoallergenic mattress.
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Removable cover
The hand knitted removable cover helps to keep your sleep surface fresh easily.
An icon depicting a thermometer illustrating a good thermo regulating properties
Thermo-regulation
Thanks to thermoregulating Simbatex foam, you'll stay cool/warm all the time.

Disadvantages

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Motion isolation is not great
For the price we pay, we would expect better motion isolation.
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Too firm for some side sleepers
Some side sleepers may find it too firm for them.

Best Eco-Friendly: Panda Hybrid Bamboo Mattress

A sustainable option for a luxury mattress.
Best Eco-Friendly
Panda hybrid bamboo mattress closeup

The Hybrid Bamboo Mattress from Panda has been cleverly crafted with 6 layers to give you the ultimate sleep experience. At the top of the mattress, we have the bamboo cover which is soft to the touch and temperature regulating while being naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic. Below this cover you’ll find their BioCell Foam that has been infused with bamboo to make it odour-resistant and breathable. The other foam layer is their OrthoAlign Foam which is a high density foam that helps with spinal alignment for comfort and support.

Next up we have the spring layer to make it a hybrid mattress. It has seven zones to work with your body and positioning, as well as being individually enclosed to reduce any motion transfer. Beneath the springs there’s another dense foam to absorb movement and distribute your body weight.

From top to bottom, this mattress has all the properties you could want from a luxury mattress and a mattress to suit almost everyone’s needs.

Check out our full Panda Hybrid Bamboo Mattress review.

 

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KEY FEATURES:
  • Size: UK Single, Small Double, Double, King, Super King, EU Single, Double, King, Emperor
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Warranty: 10-year guarantee
  • Depth: 27cm
  • Firmness: 7/10
  • Trial: 100-nights

Advantages

An icon depicting air passing through a fabric
Highly breathable
Thanks to the unique structure & materials, it is highly breathable.
An icon presenting perpetual motion balls indicating low motion transfer
Zero motion transfer
Your partner won't wake up you anymore during the night.
An icon depicting a leaf indicating hypoallergenic properties
Eco-friendly and hypoallergenic
Panda is known for its eco-friendly program. Bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic.

Disadvantages

An icon depicting a non-firm & supportive surface
Too firm for some sleepers
Smaller individuals might prefer a slightly softer mattress.
An icon representing a non-removable cover
Hard to put the cover on
There might difficulties with putting the cover back on.

What to look for when buying the best luxury mattress in the UK

This might sound controversial, but an expensive mattress is not necessarily a luxury mattress. It might feel luxurious because it costs a fortune, but that doesn't make it so. A luxury mattress must be well-made, well-designed, generously thick, remarkably comfy, and made by a reputable brand. If it lacks any of the aforementioned traits – it's just expensive. Speaking of traits, let's learn a few things about them so that you can spot a luxury mattress from a mile away.

Brands

Just like with any other material thing – a brand name means something.
However, what's different about the mattress industry is that a brand name holds even more weight. What we mean is you can easily spend your money on an overpriced brand-name shirt that's below-average quality. However, if you spend your money on an expensive brand-name mattress – you're not getting a below-average product. You're getting yourself a premium mattress.

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a small logo from Simba Sleep brand
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Brand names that make flagship quality mattresses are Simba Sleep, Dunlopillo, Eve, Emma, Harrison Spinks, Nectar, Winstons, to name a few. So, if you happen to spot a pricey mattress from any of them – you may rest assured you're not overpaying for it, as these trusted luxury manufacturers do put in the work to make their products top-of-the-line.

And this goes beyond just the quality of the mattress itself. This is because higher-end brands tend to offer features that low-to-middle price point mattresses simply can't. For example:

So, if you have your heart set on a luxury mattress, try to stick to reputable mattress brands. Not only will this ensure that you're getting your money's worth but it will also come with benefits you might miss out on otherwise.

High-quality materials

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What makes an expensive mattress a luxurious one are high-quality materials.
Memory foam, pocket springs, or latex – whatever you're searching for, you need to make sure that the quality of those materials is top-notch.

For a memory foam mattress, that would be 3rd generation foam, free of any harmful or toxic chemicals, made to stand up to the test of time, capture less heat, minimize motion transfer, and revert to its initial shape as fast as possible.

On the other hand, pocket sprung mattresses should come with titanium or steel coils. The coils should be durable, long-lasting, corrosion-resistant, silent, firm but giving, and there needs to be quite a lot of them. Big or small – it doesn't really matter as long as they're premium.

In other words, you want a mattress that's going to be both durable and comfortable. But what does this look like in practice? What even are premium mattress materials? Let's go through the main mattress types and describe exactly what you should be looking for in order to get the best mattress money can buy.

Memory foam mattresses

Premium-memory-foam-layer

Typically for memory foam mattresses, you want to look for models that infuse the foam with a breathable material. This is because memory foam mattresses typically struggle a lot when it comes to temperature regulation and will trap heat during the night. So, if you find a luxury mattress that infuses the foam with bamboo or charcoal/graphite, know that you won't have to worry about such issues.

And know that this isn't just an empty promise, as there is research to back up these claims. For example, one experiment has found that graphite particles can up both the breathability and temperature regulation capabilities of regular polyurethane foam.

However, that's not the only thing you should look out for. While not as breathable, having an open cell foam layer also helps out quite a bit, as this makes the foam less rigid in structure. You should also check the individual foam layers. This is because some mattresses have a very thin memory foam layer and use lower-end foam for the rest of the mattress.

Lastly, on a similar note, check whether the foam has different firmness levels. This is typically categorised under zoned support. What that means is that supportive memory foam will be strategically placed within the mattress in order to better support your joints.

Examples of good memory foam mattresses

Generally, all of the memory foam mattresses offered by larger brands are going to be at least somewhat decent. However, even among the best players, we can see some key differences.

For example, if we head over to our Mattress Comparison Tool and compare our favourite model, the Nectar Premier, to a cheaper but still good foam model, the Emma Original, we will see some key differences. Namely, the Nectar Premier has more layers, a more complex structure, and better durability but also a higher price tag.

Pocket-sprung mattresses

When it comes to pocket-sprung mattresses, of course, the pocket springs take the central stage. First off, make sure that they're actually pocket springs and not an innerspring layer. It might sound like a small factor but it's actually very important. This is because an innerspring mattress will typically be of lower quality and will struggle with motion transfer quite a bit.

Secondly, check out the springs themselves. More often than not, a mattress with large, strong springs is ideal if you want a firm mattress. However, mattresses with two or three layers of smaller pocket springs will typically offer better support. And if said mattress also uses titanium springs, this extra support won't come at the cost of spring count or even the weight of the mattress.

With all of that being said, a pocket-sprung mattress isn't automatically good just because the springs are good. So, check out the filler material as well. Spring mattresses usually don't have issues with temperature regulation but it's still nice if you get a breathable mattress and a filling that isn't a low-end synthetic.

An illustration showing the differences between memory foam and open coil mattresses
Examples of good pocket sprung mattresses

For good spring models, there are two ways we can go. If you're looking for a good, firm support spring mattress, something like the Eco Comfort Miracoil Ortho Mattress makes for a good baseline. However, hybrid mattresses are also a solid choice in this category, as they often feature premium springs.

For example, if we look at the Emma NextGen Premium mattress, we can see extral tall, extra sturdy springs as well as a soft memory foam upper layer. And if we compare the NextGen to the Eco Comfort, we can see that the NextGen is more expensive, however, the spring system is also more advanced.

Hybrid mattresses

When it comes to hybrid mattresses, just combine what we've said about the previous two. For firmer mattresses, look for hybrids that only use foam in the top layer. And if you want a soft hybrid mattress, look for a model that only uses smaller spring layers and has at least 2 cm of memory foam.

It's also important to keep in mind that some hybrids might have some breathability issues. At least when compared to regular spring mattresses. So, if you can find bamboo memory foam or a eucalyptus cover while mattress shopping, be sure to snag them up.

Examples of good hybrid mattresses

As you might have noticed, hybrid mattresses dominate the luxury mattress category. After all, having high-quality springs and treated memory foam somewhat guarantees both a high price and a blissful sleeping experience.

But the models vary quite a bit. If we pop in the Panda Hybrid, and Simba Luxe Hybrid, and the Hypnia Supreme Hybrid into our Comparison Tool, we can see significant differences. Beyond just the price, luxury hybrid mattress can have as low as as five layers, like the Hypnia model, or as much as 11 layers, like the Simba Luxe. The firmness ratings of all three mattresses are also different and even the coverage you get vary from brand to brand.

So, even though we would classify all three of these hybrids as top-of-the-line luxury mattresses, the devil is in the details!

Latex mattresses

When it comes to latex, it's rather simple. Latex is like memory foam but with a few bonuses. And, more often than not, if you can find a latex mattress that uses natural latex, you're going to get a luxury product, as it's exceptionally durable and bouncy. This goes for most natural materials but latex is especially safe in this regard.

However, if you really want the most luxurious latex mattress money can buy, get a model made from Talalay latex. It can be a bit difficult to find but it's without a doubt among the most high-quality mattress materials on the market.

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Examples of good latex mattresses

Finding high-quality latex mattresses is a bit more difficult than their memory foam counterparts. But if latex sounds like the premium mattress solution for you, we recommend looking at Dormeo's catalogue. For example, if we compare their two latex Octaspring mattresses, we can see some really good features.

With these two mattresses having 8 and 9 layers respectively, they're easily in the upper range in terms of their build. And we can see that both use high-quality latex to provide some much needed breathability and support to the mattress.

Thickness

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A luxury mattress needs to be at least 25 cm thick. That's the minimum requirement whether you're buying a pocket-sprung mattress or a memory foam one.

This is because the thickness of the mattress directly influences its performance. After all, the more layers that are between you and the bed frame, the more comfortable and supported you're likely going to be. On a similar note, if the mattress is rather thin, it probably doesn't have that many layers.

And, as we've seen, the best mattresses typically have 3+ layers to make a well-rounded product. Be it by having multiple layers of springs in a hybrid mattress or even different foam layers in a traditional memory foam mattress.

There's a slight caveat in cases where you have a low bed frame or a custom RV mattress but typically, the thicker the better. You can also make up the difference with a thicker mattress topper but why fix the problem if you can just avoid it in the first place?

The firmness

No matter how luxurious the mattress is, if you get the wrong firmness level, you're going to end up unhappy. That's because the wrong firmness level can lead to an improper spine alignment and back pain!

Basically, your ideal firmness level depends on your weight and your sleeping position. The lighter you are, the softer the mattress needs to be. And the heavier you are, the firmer it needs to be.

Furthermore, side sleepers need softer mattresses, stomach sleepers need firmer mattresses, and back sleepers are somewhat in the middle. Just look at the table below to see where exactly you fall and which mattress can help with back pain in your case!

An infographic showcasing different mattress firmness levels

Certificates and awards

an illustration of awards & certificates.

Certificates and awards are also vital.

As for certificates, you'll want to look at the standard ones, like CertiPUR or OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification. These certificates testify to the product's quality and safety. For example, an OEKO-TEX certification proves that no harmful substances or chemicals are found within the mattress.

As for awards, well, that's pretty self-explanatory. If the mattress was awarded and was recognised by trusted establishments – it's not a waste of money. And since a luxury mattress is going to be rather expensive, you want to make sure that your comfy sleep surface isn't secretly hiding any dangerous chemicals or low-end materials.

Tips for buying and using the best luxury mattresses

It would be a shame to spend more than a thousand pounds on a mattress and then not make the most of it, wouldn't it?

On that note, we've decided to endow you with a couple of valuable tips:

A luxury mattress has to come from a reputable source. It would be outright foolish to spend four figures on a mattress anywhere but at a reputable store – online or brick-and-mortar.

You should never keep a mattress on the floor, but we could probably let it slide if you've spent pocket change on it. However, a premium mattress deserves to be treated with respect. It deserves its thone. So, if you've spent some money on a high-quality mattress – you might as well buy a bed frame, too.

In fact, most maintenance guides will tell you the same thing. Even some warranties will be completely void if you're using a low-quality bed frame or are leaving your mattress on the floor. After all, most mattresses need the support and structure of a good bed frame with properly aligned slats.

Speaking of slats, they also help regulate body temperature, as the hot air has an exit point. So, if you have a foam mattress or a hybrid with a memory foam top layer, a proper bed frame can actually help out.

The advantages of owning the best luxury mattress

What good is owning a premium mattress if you don't know what you're getting from it? So you'd have bragging rights? No, that can't be it.

Here are just some actual benefits you'd get with one of these:

We'll start with the most obvious advantage – durability and longevity. What's there to say? These mattresses are exceptionally well built from only the finest materials – they're just made to last longer.

If there's anything you can expect at this price point – that's support and comfort. These mattresses are simply in a league of their own. You won't know what that feels like until you lie on top of one of them.

With great power comes great responsibility, and with comfort comes great sleep quality. It's that simple. A few nights on one of these, and you'll sleep like a baby.

Also, you'll wake up pain-free. And that's priceless!

Conclusion

And that's all you need to know to find the best luxury mattress in the UK! Just stick to reputable brands, decide which mattress type suits you the best, and take your time finding the perfect model.

However, if you do have any further questions, check out the FAQ section below or leave us a comment! And if you have a mattress in mind that you'd like us to review before you pull the trigger and buy it, let us know. After all, when it comes to luxury mattresses, you want to make sure you're getting the best mattress money can buy.

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FAQs about your best luxury mattresses

We've already discussed most of the essential features, traits, uses, pros and cons, and all that other stuff, but it never hurts to round things up by answering some questions with straight, concise answers.

What sets luxury mattresses apart from regular mattresses?

Quality – plain and simple. Quality brand. Quality material. Quality craftsmanship.

What are some of the well-known luxury mattress brands?

Simba, Nectar, Winstons, Dunlopillo, Emma, Eve, and Harrison Spinks are some of the most well-known luxury brands in the UK.

Are luxury mattresses long-lasting?

Yes. An average lifespan of a luxury mattress is more than ten years.

Should I buy luxury mattresses online?

Some of these you can only buy online, so, yes – you should purchase a luxury mattress online.

Do luxury mattresses come with warranties and trial periods?

Almost exclusively. There's little to no chance of spending this much money on a mattress and not getting a trial period or a warranty.

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Connie
As a CPD certified Sleep Consultant I know how important sleep is. And as a combination sleeper, I have found it difficult to get products to suit my sleep style. I have more than 2 years product testing experience with The Sleep Advisors which means I have slept on, with and under more than 500 products with varying degrees of success. This is added to more than 2 years experience as a product reviewer for Closer, Heat and Grazia magazines, so I've got a rigorous process. I love sharing my sleep testimonials with our readers and hearing their experiences too.

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