8 of the Best Mattresses of 2019 for all kinds of Sleep

Getting a bad night’s sleep can affect you in many ways. That’s why you need a good mattress. But with such a huge difference in prices, how do you know which are the best mattresses for your particular sleep habits?

We’ve picked 8 of the best mattresses that suit every sleep pattern.

8 of the Best Mattresses of 2019

The Casper Mattress – from £375 – £750

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Best for aches and pains

With global sales of over a million, this mattress will arrive in a box, but don’t let that put you off. It features a removable cover for easy cleaning, there is a high airflow system to keep you cool, it uses high-density memory foam for added comfort, and several layers to ease pressure points. Comes in 8 sizes from single to super king-size. The USP however, is the zoned support that treats your shoulders and hips differently for better sleep.

The Eve Original Mattress – from £349 – £849

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Good alternative to Tempur

Described as having ‘cloud-like comfort for every inch of your body’, this is an affordable way to get a mattress similar to the pricier Tempur range. It moulds to your body when you are asleep and you get extra support. Available in 9 sizes from single to emperor.

Tempur Cloud Elite – from £914 – £1921

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Quality sleep all round

Talking of Tempur, you get three layers, a support layer, a soft layer and a technology base layer. There’s also a removable top cover, it is hypo-allergenic, there is no need to turn it over, and included is a soft sleeping cover. Available in 8 sizes from single to super king-size, Tempur is also rated top in customer satisfaction and they will even take your old mattress away for a small charge.

Emma Original Mattress – from £429 to £799

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Good for couples

With the highest score ever recorded on Which? This has to be our number one mattress for 2019. It features both memory foam and supportive foam layers, plus a gel material that relieves pressure. Great customer feedback too. Good for couples as you won’t roll into each other during the night. Available in 8 sizes from single to super king-size.

Sealy Posturepedic Nostromo Latex 1400 Pocket Mattress – from £405.40 – £899.95

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Best for backache

Which? voted this their best Buy Award for 2018 and we have to agree. There are over 14,000 pocket springs, so this mattress takes posture seriously. The sheer number of pocket springs allows for correct alignment of the spine and hips during sleep but there is also the multi-zoned support areas and weight-responsive system for added comfort.

The Leesa Mattress – from £450 – £850

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Good for cooling down

With nearly 20,000 positive customer reviews, the Leesa is definitely one to consider. There are 3 quality foam layers designed to keep you cool in the night, and core support to reduce pressure points. 8 sizes available from single to super king-size. Recommended by Men’s Health, Good Housekeeping and Evening Standard. What we love, however, is that for every 10 mattresses sold, Leesa donates to the homeless.

The Nectar Mattress – from £399 – £799

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One year trial free

This is rated excellent on Trust Pilot and is described as the ‘last mattress you’ll ever need to buy’. This is because it has a lifetime guarantee, not only that but you can actually trial the mattress for a whole year and if you don’t like it you can return it free of charge. They must be confident! Available in 8 sizes and there is £100 off at present.

Simba Hybrid® Mattress – from £379 – £749

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Affordable luxury

Available in 12 sizes including small single up to Queen, and with over 27,000 five star reviews, this is a great bargain and we love the range of different sizes. It is a combination mattress that features conical pocket springs and memory foam to create the perfect sleep.

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