Which is the best Saatva mattress in 2024? Everything you need to know

Image shows a Saatva Classic Split King Mattress, the best saatva mattress overall, placed on a beige fabric bedframe in a neutral colour bedroom
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The best Saatva mattress for most sleepers is the Saatva Classic, a handcrafted innerspring hybrid and our top pick for this year's best mattress overall. We know from testing that the Classic is designed to replicate the deep comfort of luxury hotel mattresses and can be customized in terms of height and firmness. Most months there's a Saatva mattress sale to lower the price too, with a queen Classic often discounted by around $300.

There are 11 Saatva mattresses in total, and our experts have ranked them here to help you find the best option for your body and sleep needs. In this expert guide we'll talk you through Saatva's hybrid, memory foam and organic beds, as well as specialist models such as the RX, our new top pick for back pain. We've been reviewing Saatva mattresses for years, and you can read some of our first-hand accounts below, including our year-long test for the Saatva Classic.

So how much do the best Saatva mattresses cost? The brand's luxury adult beds start from $895, while the Saatva Crib costs $355. Prices have risen recently, so we're hoping to see some good discounts in time for this year's Memorial Day mattress sales. As for where to buy a Saatva mattress, the best prices are always online though you can order in one of the brand's Viewing Rooms if you'd like live, in-person advice from a Saatva Sleep Expert.

The best Saatva mattress overall

Image shows the Saatva Classic, the brand's best mattress for most sleepers, on a wooden bed frame in a sunny bedroom

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The best Saatva mattress for most people

Specifications

Type: Hybrid
Best for: All sleepers; general aches and pains
Materials: Coils and memory foam
Firmness (1-10): 3, 5-7, or 8
Height: 11.5" or 14.5"
MSRP: $1,295 - $2,790

Reasons to buy

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Three firmness levels
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Two different heights
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Year's trial and lifetime warranty

Reasons to avoid

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$99 return or exchange fee

The Saatva Classic is a luxury innerspring hybrid designed to suit most body types and sleeping positions. We rate it as the best hybrid mattress in the world, with three levels of firmness to choose from: Soft Plus, Luxury Firm and Firm. (We tested the Luxury Firm Saatva Classic in a 11.5" profile and found it hard to fault.) 

The Classic is made with 14.5-gauge recycled steel Lumbar Zone Pocketed Coils and high-density memory foam, and features a number of design elements to reduce general aches and pains. While the Saatva RX (see below) is the best choice for upper and lower back pain, the Classic is an excellent all-rounder for helping you to sleep comfortably through the night. 

Starting at the top of the mattress, the Euro Top Saatva Classic is covered in breathable organic cotton treated with a botanical infusion called Guardin. This naturally blocks the growth of mold, mildew and bacteria to keep the mattress fresher for longer. You won't find fiberglass in any Saatva beds either, as the brand opts for a plant-based thistle pulp to act as a flame barrier instead.

In the center third of the mattress lies Lumbar Zone Quilting to protect your back, relieve pressure points and ease discomfort; an Active Spinal Wire keeps your spine properly aligned regardless of the position you sleep in. We found the edge support to be very good on the Saatva Classic, and that's down to the placement of foam rails along each edge. This makes it easy to get in and out of the mattress, plus you can spread out and use every inch for sleeping without losing out on support. 

It’s always important to consider everything you need from a mattress – from a firmness level that suits your sleeping position to cooling technology for warm nights – so we suggest popping into one of Saatva's viewing rooms (there are 12 located across America) and taking advantage of Saatva’s year-long sleep trial when buying a mattress online. You'll also have a lifetime warranty plus free mattress installation and removal of your old mattress and foundation. That's superb value for money.

Saatva Classic:$1,295$1,101 at Saatva

Saatva Classic: from $1,295 $1,101 at Saatva
This is the best Saatva mattress for most people and you can choose from three different firmness levels, including the Luxury Firm – our testers loved sleeping on this version and found it greatly reduced lower back pain and general aches and pains. There's up to $418 off the Classic right now, which is a good discount however the MSRP of some sizes has gone up, so your discount doesn't go as far as this month compared to previous months. Luckily, the price of a Saatva Classic queen hasn't changed at $1,696, so now is a good time to buy. You'll get a year's free trial, old mattress removal and a lifetime warranty too.

The best Saatva mattress for back pain

Image shows the Saatva RX, Saatva's best mattress for back and joint pain placed on a luxury grey mattress in a stylish bedroom

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Saatva's best mattress for back pain and joint pain

Specifications

Type: Hybrid innerspring
Best for: Chronic back pain; painful joint conditions
Materials: Memory foam and coils
Firmness: 4-6
Height: 15"
MSRP: $1,995- $3,795

Reasons to buy

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Great for back and stomach sleepers
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Eases back and joint pain
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Breathable for cooler sleep

Reasons to avoid

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Too firm for side sleepers

With a firmness level of Supportive Plush, the Saatva RX provides an ultra-soft sleep surface suitable for side and lightweight sleepers. This hybrid’s memory foam and supportive core is designed to provide pressure relief even for those suffering from serious, chronic back and joint conditions such as arthritis. 

In fact, our tester (who suffers from lower back pain) was particularly impressed with the pressure relief along their shoulders, hips, and lower back. Along with helping to maintain healthy spine alignment, its foam is also infused with gel, graphite, and phase change material for a cooler sleep. 

While its cooling materials and plushness make the Saatva RX ideal for hot sleepers and those seeking greater pressure relief, some sleepers may want to avoid it. The mattress may not be firm enough for heavyweight sleepers or those who sleep on their front. 

It's also worth noting that, while designed to provide maximum lumbar support and relieve pressure points, those with normal aches should probably try a mattress with adjustable firmness levels – such as the Saatva Classic above. Also, while the Saatva RX’s cushioning is made to reduce motion transfer, our reviewer found it to be quite responsive, which may be an issue for couples sharing a bed. 

Saatva RX mattress:$1,995$1,695 at Saatva

Saatva RX mattress: from $1,995 $1,695 at Saatva
If you want the best Saatva mattress for back pain look no further than the Saatva RX. Our lead tester for this specialist bed suffers from chronic back pain and mild scoliosis and found that the RX greatly reduced her back and joint pain from the first night. It's a tall mattress though, so keep that in mind if you're on the shorter side. Right now there's up to $569 off the Saatva RX, with a queen down to $2,801, saving you $494. That's nearly $195 cheaper than last month, so don't miss this saving if you want the RX for a great price.

The best Saatva mattress for hot sleepers

The Saatva Latex Hybrid, the best Saatva mattress for hot sleepers, is photographed here on a plain cream bedframe in a white bedroom with white floors

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3. Saatva Latex Hybrid Mattress

The best Saatva mattress for hot sleepers

Specifications

Type: Hybrid
Best for: Overheating
Materials: Talalay latex and coils
Firmness (1-10): 5-7
Height: 12"
MSRP: $1,495 - $2,595

Reasons to buy

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Contours to your body
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Naturally cooling
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Hypoallergenic

Reasons to avoid

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Too firm for lighter bodies

If you want the best naturally cooling Saatva mattress, look no further than the Latex Hybrid, a hand-tufted bed made from natural Talalay latex. This is one of the best cooling mattress materials you'll come across, and it's superb for relieving pressure on major impact points (shoulders, hips, back and knees) during sleep. In addition, latex is very hard-wearing and durable, which is why latex mattresses – although seemingly expensive at first glance – are excellent value for money because they are a great longterm investment in better sleep.

Latex offers a similar body-contouring feel as you'd get with the best memory foam mattresses, yet it's more natural and far more breathable due to its open-cell construction. Combined with a layer of individually-wrapped recycled steel coils plus a moisture-wicking New Zealand wool cover, the Saatva Latex Hybrid mattress will provide significant relief from overheating and night sweats. The Saatva Latex Hybrid is also a great option for allergy sufferers since latex is naturally hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, and free of harmful chemicals. 

There are five layers to the Saatva Latex Hybrid, starting with the hand-tufted and cushioned Euro top for instant comfort. Like the cover on the Saatva Classic, this one is made from breathable cotton and is also treated to ward off bacteria, mildew and mold. New Zealand wool wicks away sweat and regulates your body temperature for more comfortable sleep, with a 3" layer of 5-zoned latex adds a little bounce, a lot of pressure relief, and a better supported lower back.

For back sleepers who run hot but have a smaller budget, take a look at our Saatva Graphite Mattress Topper review.

Saatva Latex Hybrid:$1,495$1,271 at Saatva

Saatva Latex Hybrid: from $1,495 $1,271 at Saatva
The Latex Hybrid is the best Saatva mattress for hot sleepers who want a good quality organic bed. Natural latex is cooling as well as being an excellent choice for relieving pressure points and easing aching joints during sleep. It's up to $389 off this month, with a queen reduced to $1,866 (was $2,195), which is around $30 cheaper than last month. You'll get free old mattress removal with this one, plus a year's sleep trial.

The best Saatva mattress for couples

The Saatva Loom & Leaf, Saatva's best mattress for couples and restless sleepers, photographed on a luxury grey bed base with a very tall grey quilted headboard

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Top motion isolation makes this Saatva mattress ideal for couples

Specifications

Type: All-foam
Best for: Restless sleepers; couples
Materials: Memory foam
Firmness (1-10): 5-7 or 8
Height: 12"
MSRP: $1,595 - $3,390

Reasons to buy

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Excellent motion isolation
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Ideal couples' mattress
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Deep pressure relief

Reasons to avoid

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Retains some heat

Saatva's take on a memory foam mattress is as luxurious as you'd expect, with hefty 5lb memory foam brought in to offer the ultimate in body-hugging comfort and contouring. This is the one to buy if you like to sink into your mattress a little, feeling it contour slowly to your curves so that you sleep almost cradled throughout the night. It's a much better option than the Classic or RX if you have hip pain, and we especially recommend it if you sleep on your side. 

There's also gel-infused foam here to aid breathability during sleep, so if you normally run a mile at the thought of memory foam (which can retain heat), then you'll have less worries here. We aren't saying it dissipates all heat because it doesn't, but it does sleep cooler than many other all-foam beds we've tested.

You can buy the Saatva Loom & Leaf mattress in either a relaxed firm (slightly less firm than medium-firm) or firm. Combi sleepers and side sleepers should try the relaxed firm option, while heavier people and stomach sleepers should opt for firm to get the support they need to help them remain on top of the mattress a little more.

The Loom & Leaf also boasts impressive motion absorption, making it an ideal choice for couples who don’t want to be disturbed by their partner's movements. Our only annoyance with the Saatva Classic is the small amount of motion transfer, so if you want a bed that pretty much cancels that out, choose the Saatva Loom & Leaf instead. It comes on a year's sleep trial, with a lifetime warranty and free old mattress removal and new bed installation.

Saatva Loom & Leaf: $1,595 $1,356 at Saatva

Saatva Loom & Leaf: from $1,595 $1,356 at Saatva
There are always Saatva mattress sales on the Loom & Leaf, with the average saving being around $350 on the queen size bed. That normally takes the price of a queen down to $2,036, which places the Loom & Leaf firmly in the luxury memory foam mattress bracket. This is a sumptuous bed though, and an ideal choice for side sleepers with hip pain.

The best Saatva mattress for dual-sided firmness

The Saatva Zenhaven Mattress photographed on a beige bedframe on a sunny patio overlooking the ocean

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5. Saatva Zenhaven Natural Latex Mattress

The best Saatva mattress for indecisive sleepers

Specifications

Type: Latex
Best for: Hot sleepers with back ache
Materials: Dunlop latex
Firmness (1-10): 4-5 or 7-8
Height: 10"
MSRP: $1,795 - $3,990

Reasons to buy

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Dual-sided design
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Breathable for cooler sleep
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Great lumbar support

Reasons to avoid

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Very heavy

The all-natural Zenhaven Natural Latex Mattress has a dual-side design so sleepers can change the feel of their bed on a whim to suit their needs at the moment. The Gentle Firm side offers loads of support for stomach and back sleepers, particularly along their hips and lumbar. 

The Luxury Plush side features ample pressure relief for side sleepers who want a plush mattress to sink into. The Zenhaven is made from Dunlop latex, a denser (but more durable) option than Talalay. It's a heavy mattress, though, weighing between 80lbs and 165lbs, so make sure you have help when flipping it over.

The best smart Saatva mattress with remote control

Saatva Solaire Adjustable Mattress

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6. Saatva Solaire Adjustable Mattress

Saatva's smart bed is the best choice for couples with different sleep needs

Specifications

Type: Adjustable
Best for: Personalized firmness
Materials: Talalay latex and memory foam
Firmness (1-10): 3-7
Height: 13"
MSRP: $2,525 - $5,050

Reasons to buy

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50 firmness levels
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Remote control
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Independent sides

Reasons to avoid

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Very expensive

The Saatva Solaire Adjustable Mattress is the brand's most expensive model, featuring an impressive 50 different firmness levels available to choose from on either side of the bed. That means both you and your partner can enjoy personalized comfort without compromise, so you can sleep on a softer mattress and they get the firmer support their body needs for restful sleep.

The Solaire is technically considered an airbed since it has vulcanized air chambers, along with layers of Talalay latex and gel-infused memory foam for a breathable, contouring feel. Everything is controlled via remote too, making it a convenient option for those who prefer not to fiddle with apps that typically accompany full-blooded smart mattresses.

The six-layer Solaire shares some of the same features as the Saatva Classic too, including a naturally hypoallergenic cover made from breathable organic cotton. This is also treated with Guardin, Saatva's botanical antimicrobial treatment to reduce the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew. 

The Solaire also boasts lumbar zone quilting, just like the Classic, to add more support in the center third of the mattress. Natural latex is used in the support layer, along with a 2" layer of gel-infused memory foam. If you don't know what type of mattress feel suits your body, then the Solaire with its 50 different firmness levels is definitely the best Saatva mattress for you.

The best Saatva mattress for heavy people

The Saatva HD, Saatva's best mattress for heavier bodies, is shown on a black platform base with a very tall button-tuck black headboard set against a black wall

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7. Saatva HD Mattress

The best Saatva mattress for heavy bodies

Specifications

Type: Hybrid
Best: People weighing over 230lbs
Materials: Talalay latex, memory foam, and coils
Firmness (1-10): 7
Height: 15.5"
MSRP: $1,795 - $3,990

Reasons to buy

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Supports up to 1,000lbs
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Targeted lumbar support
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Reinforced edges

Reasons to avoid

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Short people may find it too tall

The Saatva HD is designed to support sleepers between 300lbs and 500lbs. With a total weight capacity of up to 1,000lbs — twice the average for a mattress — it's the best mattress for heavy people in the Saatva range. 

Its sturdiness stems from a layer of tempered 12.5-gauge steel open coils (25% stronger than the industry standard) plus reinforced foam edges to prevent sagging and make it easier to get in and out of bed. 

There’s also a five-zone Talalay latex layer with targeted lumbar support, along with a 5lb-layer of contouring memory foam to help improve circulation and relieve pressure points.

The best Saatva mattress for side sleepers

The Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid Mattress, shown on a beige platform bed base, is the best choice for contouring your body when sleeping on your side

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The best alternative to the Saatva Classic

Specifications

Type: Hybrid
Best for: Contouring comfort; pressure relief
Materials: Memory foam and coils
Firmness (1-10): 6
Height: 11.5"
MSRP: $925 - $2,630

Reasons to buy

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Contouring foam comfort
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Great for side sleepers
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Relieves pressure points

Reasons to avoid

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Warmer than other Saatvas

The Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid was released late last year as an affordable alternative to the Saatva Classic (it costs between $70 and $500 less, depending on the Saatva mattress deal available at the time). Available in one firmness level (medium) and height profile (11.5”), it aims to provide a more contoured feel while maintaining a similar level of responsiveness to Saatva’s popular flagship model. 

The Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid features 8-inch pocketed comfort coils, a gel-infused lumbar crown, and a 1.5-inch layer of memory foam with air pockets for a keen balance of cooling and support that should suit most lightweight to average sleepers.

Side sleepers on a small budget who want to make their current bed more plush should read our Saatva Memory Foam Mattress Topper review.

The best Saatva mattress for kids

The Saatva Youth Mattress, the best option for kids aged 3-12, shown in a kids room with pillows and a cuddly toy

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9. Saatva Youth mattress

The best Saatva mattress for growing kids

Specifications

Type: Hybrid innerspring
Best for: Kids aged 3-12 years
Materials: Memory foam and coils
Firmness: 6-8 (dual-sided)
Height: 10"
MSRP: $795- $1,055

Reasons to buy

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Ideal for children aged 3 to 12
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Adjustable to suit age range 
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Helps maintain proper spinal alignment 

Reasons to avoid

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May be too firm for smaller children

For parents looking for an adjustable mattress that adapts to their kids’ growing bodies, the Saatva Youth mattress may be the right option. Designed for children between the ages of 3 and 12, the flippable mattress has two sides to suit your child’s age: the first side is for 3 to 7-year-olds, with the other side is for older children. Both sides have a soft, waterproof cover and materials that maintain proper spinal alignment. 

As children’s lighter builds tend not to need maximum firmness, the Saatva Youth mattress is around firm to medium-firm on the scale. However, some children (especially those who are considered small for their age) may need to opt for something more plush to support a lighter frame. 

In terms of temperature regulation, the side designed for older kids has a breathable layer of comfort foam for a cooler sleep. On the other side, however, there seems to be a lack of cooling technology – which may pose a problem for little ones who sleep hot. 

The best Saatva mattress for bunk beds

The Saatva Bunk and Trundle Mattress photographed in a stylish kids room with sun and moon prints on the wall

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10. Bunk & Trundle Mattress

A great kids Saatva mattress for bunk and trundle beds

Specifications

Type: Hybrid
Best for: Kids aged 3-12 years
Materials: Memory foam and coils
Firmness: 6.5
Height: 6"
MSRP: $495 - $695

Reasons to buy

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Water-resistant design
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Coils boost airflow for cool sleep
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Supports most sleep positions

Reasons to avoid

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$99 returns fee

Saatva’s Bunk & Trundle mattress is the first luxury mattress designed exclusively for bunk and trundle beds. Its tiny 6” height is compatible with most bunk and trundle beds and does not require a box spring. The mattress’s medium-firm level is ideal for kids and teens, but may be a bit too firm for lightweight sleepers. 

While it may not be the plushest bed, the gel-infused memory foam lumbar crown does provide lower back support for those who sleep on their side. In addition to side sleepers, its medium firmness also promises comfort for back sleepers. Hot sleepers should also fare well with this hybrid, as its coil layer adds more airflow for a cooler sleep. If you’re a stomach sleeper, however, you may want to opt for a firmer mattress. 

The best Saatva mattress for babies

The Saatva Crib Mattress shown in a luxury nursery

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11. Saatva Crib Mattress

The best Saatva mattress for babies and toddlers

Specifications

Type: Hybrid
Best for: Babies and toddlers (up to 2 years of age)
Materials: Latex foam and coils
Firmness: 7-8, 8-9 (dual-sided)
Height: 6"
MSRP: $355

Reasons to buy

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Dual-sided for babies and toddlers 
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Washable, accident-proof cover 
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Good edge support

Reasons to avoid

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Expensive for a crib mattress

There’s a lot to consider when buying a mattress for a baby or toddler – it needs to be firm enough to support their growing bodies, but it also needs to be a good investment as they quickly outgrow their bed. Saatva’s dual-sided Crib mattress is designed for both babies and toddlers. Its first side is firm to provide double-firm support for babies, while the other side is slightly softer to support toddlers. 

Another great feature is the bed’s washable cover, which is practical for cleaning up accidents. Safety should also be a main concern when buying mattresses for little ones, and this mattress protects children from the crib’s edge and uses non-toxic, hypoallergenic materials. 

One of the non-toxic materials used, however, is natural latex. This material is quite expensive, so you may want to consider if this is a good investment as infant mattresses need to be replaced often as your child grows up. 

Best Saatva mattress FAQs

Where can I buy a Saatva mattress?

Saatva mattresses are available to purchase on Saatva’s website, but to ease the minds of shoppers wary of buying a new bed online, the brand offers generous extras. You’ll get a 1-year at-home trial so you can test your mattress throughout every season plus any personal changes that may occur, like an injury or a move. A $99 returns fee will apply if you opt to send it back, but keep it and your purchase will be backed by a lifetime warranty.

Since every Saatva mattress arrives flat — not as a vacuum-sealed bed-in-a-box — free white glove delivery is included, a perk not readily offered by most competing brands. Your handcrafted Saatva mattress will be delivered to a room of your choice and set up on your bed frame or foundation. They'll even remove your existing mattress if needed, which is a great perk if you're not sure how to get rid of your old mattress.

Saatva doesn’t just live online. There are a handful of brick-and-mortar locations across several major US metro areas called Viewing Rooms, where you can speak to a Saatva Sleep Guide and try out mattresses on-site before making a purchase. For the majority of shoppers, however, buying online from Saatva is the way to go.

Where can I try a Saatva mattress?

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Saatva doesn’t just live online. There are a handful of brick-and-mortar locations across several major US metro areas called Viewing Rooms

There are 12 viewing rooms in the US overall:

  • New York – 969 Third Ave, New York, NY 10022
  • Washington DC – 1714 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
  • San Francisco – 128 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
  • Los Angeles – 8715 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069
  • Boston – 90 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116
  • Chicago – 1534 North Halsted, Street Chicago, IL 60642
  • Dallas – 3699 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX, 75204
  • Charlotte – 4425 Sharon Rd, Suite #150, NC 28211
  • Portland – 1010 NW Flanders St. Suite 100, OR 97209
  • Philadelphia – 1712 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
  • Seattle – 4715 25th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98105
  • San Diego – 4545 LaJolla Village Dr, Suite C6, CA 92122

The entry area of the Saatva Viewing Room in Manhattan, New York

This is Saatva's Viewing Room in Manhattan, New York (Image credit: Saatva)

In these viewing rooms, you can see and try out every type of mattress Saatva has to offer (though we suggest calling ahead to make sure the mattress you’re interested in will be on display). 

These rooms provide a calming, pressure-free environment where you can speak to a Saatva Sleep Guide and try out mattresses on-site before a 365-night home trial. 

Along with these guides, you can check out the tablets provided next to each mattress, which give a lowdown of each model’s respective features. For the majority of shoppers, however, buying online from Saatva is the way to go.

Do Saatva mattresses come in a box?

No, Saatva mattresses don’t come in a box. They are shipped flat to avoid durable steel coils used in innerspring mattresses getting bent out of shape during the process of rolling up the mattress. It’s also to prevent off-gassing, which is the chemical smell that emanates from mattresses after they've been vacuum sealed and wrapped up in a box. 

While the best mattresses in a box are designed for easy set up, Saatva does provide white-glove delivery service. This type of service means a delivery team will set up your mattress in a room of your choice and also remove your old mattress –  a perk not readily offered by most competing brands.

Are Saatva mattresses worth the money?

If you're wondering how much Saatva mattresses costs, they don’t come cheap. In fact, MSRPs increased throughout 2022 due to inflation, albeit a trend not exclusive to Saatva. Regardless, Saatva remains more affordable than many of the best luxury mattresses and has an edge over similar in-store brands that are marked-up significantly to cover overhead costs.

Based on our experiences as expert mattress testers and thousands of 5-star reviews, it’s clear you get what you pay for with Saatva. These mattresses are handmade to order in the USA and include a lifetime mattress warranty, a sign that the brand has full trust in the integrity of its products. Saatva also offers a 1-year mattress trial plus free white glove delivery with optional removal of your old mattress.

Saatva sales and deals take place all year long, with the strongest offers happening around Black Friday and major shopping holidays. However, if you’re working with a limited budget, there are plenty of exceptional, more affordable alternatives — which you can find at even greater discounts during regular mattress sales.

Do Saatva mattresses have fiberglass?

No, Saatva mattresses do not contain fiberglass. While some cheaper mattresses use the potentially dangerous material as a flame barrier, Saatva mattresses use safe, non-toxic materials – such as natural thistle and organic New Zealand wool – as flame retardants instead. 

Which is the best Saatva mattress for me?

Saatva has a diverse range of hybrid, memory foam, and latex beds. To help you find the best Saatva mattress for your needs and budget, we've compiled a list of all seven Saatva models, highlighting their key features and price ranges to help you find the perfect match.

Alison Barretta
Freelance reviewer and writer

Freelance writer and editor Alison is an expert mattress tester for Tom's Guide, and hails from Philadelphia, USA. Alison has reviewed a wide range of mattresses, pillows and other sleep accessories for Tom's Guide, putting the latest hybrid, memory foam and cooling mattresses from Casper, Nectar, Awara, Brooklinen and other leading brands through their paces. Alison has been sharing buying advice and retail news for over a decade. When she isn't reviewing mattresses, other home products or hunting for great deals to save you money, Alison can be found teaching/training in martial arts, fawning over skincare, and indulging in her quarantine-borne hobby: cooking.

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