Best memory foam mattress 2021: 9 comfy picks for your most rejuvenating sleep, ever

The best memory foam mattresses conform and cradle to your body. Discover our favorites from Casper, Nectar, Amerisleep, and more

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Consider buying one of the best memory foam mattresses as an investment in your health, energy, and mental acuity — all of which can be profoundly affected by how long, and how well, you sleep at night. Small wonder, since most people spend about a third of their lives in bed. So, what you sleep in at night, really matters. 

Memory foam is usually the material of choice for anyone who wants to feel cradled or "hugged" by their mattress.  That foam might feel firm when you first lie down on it but wait a minute and it'll start to give way, conforming to the shape of your body. When you get out of bed, the foam springs back to shape. Memory foam mattresses are also regarded for their abilities to curb back pain, offer pressure relief, hypoallergenic design, and excellent motion isolation. 

Aside from being tops in cushy comfort, memory foam also has a reputation for sleeping "hot" — or more accurately, making you feel hot as you sleep. But this material has come a long way in recent years, and many modern memory foam mattresses use many technologies to help keep you cool. These include cooling gels, special heat-regulating fibers woven or infused throughout the mattress, and mechanical solutions like punching holes in the foam for better breathability as you snooze. 

Keep scrolling to see how some of the foam mattresses have fared in our testing. We look out for support, motion transfer, materials, price, and what it is exactly that you get for your money. Nothing less than 4 stars (out of 5) has made our list so you know you're going to sleep well tonight, in more ways than one. Be sure to check out our candid reviews by selecting the product names highlighted in orange. Any other mattresses which we have not yet gotten round to testing such as the Saatva, Tempur-Pedic mattresses have been included in this guide based on what customers just like you think of them, plus our understanding of the brand ethos which is also very important.

Looking for a hybrid mattress or classic innerspring mattress instead? Check out our best mattress guide for more options.

What is the best memory foam mattress?

We think the best memory foam mattress overall is the Casper Original mattress. For most people, it represents the perfect mix of body-cradling comfort and zoned support to keep your body aligned throughout the night — all at a reasonable price. It's even available as a hybrid for anyone who wants a touch more bounce and support. 

But that's not the only noteworthy memory foam mattress out there — far from it! Keep scrolling to see our picks for the best memory foam mattress for side sleepers, the best for motion transfer (so you're less likely to feel your partner tossing and turning), an eco-friendly foam mattress, a value purchase for less than $500, and more. 

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Best memory foam mattress overall: The ideal combination of comfort, support, and personalization for most people

Specifications
Best for: Most people
Sizes: Twin - Cal. King
Depth: 11"
Firmness: Medium-firm
Trial period: 100 nights
Warranty: 10-year limited
RRP: $695-$1,495
Reasons to buy
+Zoned support for comfort in all sleep positions+Medium firmness will suit most people+Perforated, breathable foam for extra cooling+CertiPUR-US certified
Reasons to avoid
-A bit of chemical smell when unpacked-No handles

The Casper Original mattress strikes a wonderful balance of qualities to suit almost all sleepers — all at a reasonable price.

What we like about it
The Casper Original memory foam mattress is made of CertiPUR-US certified foams and topped with an extra layer of perforated foam for extra breathability, so you won't overheat at night. 

But it's the three zones of support that really make it a good fit for most sleepers, combining softer foam around the shoulders with firmer foam around the hips and lower back to keep your spine in proper alignment, whether you sleep on your stomach, back, or side. 

We also like that each Casper Original mattress cover is made of up to 57 recycled bottles — although if finding an eco-friendly memory foam mattress is your top priority, we recommend taking a good look at the Loom and Leaf Mattress by Saatva.

Things to note
Despite its CertiPUR-US certification, the Casper Original memory foam mattress still has some of the typical memory foam off-gassing smell when you first open it. 

It also has no handles to help you move it around, so you may want a friend to help you maneuver it into place. That handle-free design is a common style choice on modern memory foam mattresses — maybe for the sake of maintaining a sleek appearance?

Read our full Casper memory foam mattress review.

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Best memory foam mattress for side sleepers: An extra-plush top layer of foam helps relieve common pressure points and align your spine

Specifications
Best for: Side sleepers
Sizes: Twin - Cal. King
Depth: 12"
Firmness: Medium-firm
Trial period: 365 nights
Warranty: "Forever" (for the original owner)
RRP: $798-$1,598
Reasons to buy
+Plush support is ideal for most side sleepers+Good for motion transfer+Breathable cover and gel layer+CertiPUR-US certified+Works with any type of bed frame+Excellent value
Reasons to avoid
-No handles-Some off-gassing smell

The Nectar mattress offers an amazing amount of body-conforming give, making it ideal for the majority of side sleepers, although larger and heavier side sleepers may prefer a mattress that's a little firmer.

What we like about it
Like most memory foam mattresses, the Nectar feels hard at first. But if you can wait a few minutes, its five-layer construction does a remarkable job of conforming to your body. If you sleep on your side, this level of giving is important for keeping your spine properly aligned.

The Nectar also has a soft, breathable cooling poly-blend cover and a layer of gel memory foam to help keep you cool as you sleep. For an upgraded option choose the Nectar Premier, which has extra cooling technology and a lofting feel— for about $500 more than the original. 

We also like the 365-day trial — you have a full year to decide if you like this mattress. And finally, it's excellent at reducing motion transfer — so if you share the bed with a restless sleeper, their movement is less likely to disturb you.

Things to note
The complete lack of handles means you'll probably want a helper to get this mattress into place. At least it's on the light side of things: a queen size weighs 66 pounds, and a king-size weighs 84 pounds.

One of our testers noticed a significant off-gassing smell from this mattress. But as always, that can be avoided if you have a separate space to air out the mattress before you sleep on it.

Read our full Nectar mattress review.

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Best for memory foam mattress skeptics: AmeriSleep offers a memory foam mattress for every type of sleeper

Specifications
Best for: impressing even the pickiest sleepers
Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King, and Split King
Depth: 12"
Firmness: Medium-Medium Firm
Trial period: 100 nights
Warranty: 20-Year Limited Warranty
RRP: $1,449- $2,68
Reasons to buy
+Little to no motion transfer+Supportive for those who sleep on their side or stomach+Designed to reduce pain from pressure points
Reasons to avoid
-Retains more heat than hybrid mattresses-Can't be paired with a box spring

If a mattress had the capability to snuggle, it'd be the Amerisleep AS3 Memory Foam mattress. It contours your body and offers great support no matter how you sleep. Amerisleep offers five different support levels ranging from firm to luxury plush, but the AS3 is designed to be the "Goldilocks" of mattresses, falling right in the middle with its medium rating. And if memory foam isn't for you, most are available in hybrid options too. 

What we like about it
The Amerisleep AS3 makes the memory foam mattress feel like a luxurious sleeping experience, mixing the right amount of plush and firm into a mattress that cradles your body and relieves aches and pains.

The 12-inch mattress revolves around several key layers, sandwiched between Bio-Pur memory foam, an advanced-open cell design for a more breathable and responsive (i.e. bouncy) mattress made from “partially plant-based sources using a zero-emission process." For spine alignment and pressure relief, the HIVE layer, using foam hexagons, is broken up into five "comfort zones" with extra cushion depending on what part of your body would come in contact with that zone. In short, you'll be left feeling weightless and extremely comfortable.

Things to note
The risk of any memory foam mattress is that it typically runs warmer than hybrid or traditional innerspring options, and while the AS3 features open-cell BioPur foam, it still left our tester feeling overheated during the night. Despite the warmth, she loved the comfort and support from the mattress, giving it a coveted 95% in her ratings.

Read the full Amerisleep AS3 memory foam mattress review.

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4. Saavta Loom & Leaf Mattress

Best eco-friendly memory foam mattress: Organic and eco-friendly materials help you rest easy

Specifications
Best for: Eco-conscious buyers
Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Split King, Cal King, and Split Cal King
Depth: 12"
Firmness: Relaxed firm, firm
Trial period: 180 days
Warranty: 15 years
RRP: $949-$2,576
Reasons to buy
+Eco-friendly materials+Two firmness options+No chemical flame retardant+CertiPUR-US certified+No off-gassing+Free White-Glove Delivery and mattress removal
Reasons to avoid
-May be too firm for side sleepers-Often can't be delivered outside the continental US-$99 return fee

Thanks to an impressive range of eco-friendly materials and manufacturing practices, Saatva's Loom & Leaf mattress is a sustainable pick for the environmentally minded who need their memory foam fix.

What we like about it
This memory foam mattress delivers in the comfort department with two firmness options to choose from. Most sleepers will be comfortable with the "relaxed firm" option, but if you prefer a truly firm-feeling bed, the "firm" option will be more attractive. Both come with a layer of cooling gel foam and zoned support to help keep your spine in proper alignment.

But what we really love about this mattress is its eco-friendly features, starting with foams made of renewable oils, with made-to-order manufacturing processes that produce less greenhouse gas. Instead of chemical flame retardants, the manufacturer uses natural thistle pulp woven into a mesh; and the cover is made of quilted organic cotton with a botanical-based antimicrobial treatment. 

Loom & Leaf's flagship factory uses all-solar power during production — and they deliver their mattresses fully expanded so that any off-gassing is completed during the manufacturing process, as opposed to happening in your home.

Things to note
Loom & Leaf usually offers free shipping and setup for your mattress. But as is often the case, those who live outside the continental US can expect to pay shipping fees and do their own setup — if you can get this mattress at all. 

Both firmness options for this mattress may also be too firm for exclusive side sleepers. If that's you, we recommend considering something like the Nectar, our top pick for side sleepers, instead.

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5. Tempur-Pedic Tempur ProAdapt

Best splurge: an investment in your sleep health

Specifications
Best for: Supreme Pressure Relief
Sizes: Twin - Split Cal King
Depth: 12"
Firmness: soft, medium, firm
Trial period: 90 days
Warranty: 15 years
RRP: $2,699-$5,398
Reasons to buy
+Excellent motion isolation+Tempur material conforms to your body, providing excellent support and pressure relief+Cooling tech+White Glove Delivery
Reasons to avoid
-Shorter trial and warranty period than other mattresses-Expensive-Not recommended to use a mattress pad with

If you're after the best of the best, it's time to take the plunge on Tempur-Pedic. Tempur-Pedic is renowned for its use of its proprietary pressure-relieving Tempur-material originally developed by NASA to absorb the g-force of astronauts traveling to space. Innovating that material for sleep, the TEMPUR material is sensitive to body temperature and weight as it conforms to your body contours for optimal pressure relief, so you can wake up pain-free and refreshed.

What we like about it
The mattress is available in a variety of comfort levels to suit any type of sleeper, including soft, medium, firm, and a medium hybrid option. It has an uncomplicated makeup, featuring a removable machine washable cover with an antimicrobial treatment and a cool-to-touch outer layer, with TEMPUR Comfort Layer and TEMPUR Support Layer for the perfect combination of comfort and pressure relief. The type of Tempur material varies by the firmness you choose. 

The mattress also offers unparalleled motion isolation, meaning you'll be undisturbed should your partner, children, or pets try to move about the bed. It'll also sleep cooler, thanks to the aforementioned cooling cover. 

Of interest, we also love the sustainability efforts Tempur-Pedic has taken including sourcing 100% renewable energy for its manufacturing operations, and goals to be zero-landfill waste by the end of 2022 and reach carbon neutrality for its global operations by 2040.

Things to note

Starting at over $2,000, a Tempur-Pedic is surely an investment, but one that will make major changes in your sleep quality. While similar to memory foam in that it contours to your body, Tempur material is unlike any other material in its ability to spring back to its usual shape time after time, unlike traditional memory foam, which is eventually prone to sagging.

Due to the way the mattress interacts with your body temperature, it's not recommended to use a mattress pad (blocks your body heat from the mattress) or heated blankets and mattress pads (could damage your mattress and affects how your body contours to the mattress). In fact, in cold temperatures, Tempur-Pedic says its mattress may feel firmer than in warmer rooms. 

Zinus 8 Inch Gel-Infused Green Tea Memory Foam Mattress

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Best memory foam mattress under $500: A surprising value with several thickness options

Specifications
Best for: Picky sleepers on a tight budget
Sizes: Twin, Full, Short Queen, Queen, King
Depth: 8" (10", and 12" options available too)
Firmness: Firm and plush
Trial period: 100 nights
Warranty: 10 years
RRP: $200-$509
Reasons to buy
+Fantastic value+CERTI-PURUS certified+Cooling Gel regulates body temperature+Green Tea and charcoal repels odors and bacteria
Reasons to avoid
-Takes a while to inflate-No edge support-Mattress cover is not removable

If you're shopping for a mattress under $500 and still want memory foam, Zinus mattresses are a great choice. 

What we like about it
Zinus memory foam mattresses represent the best value we could find in this price range, and ship directly to your home in a box. The Green Tea infused-gel version uses antioxidant-rich green tea and natural ActivCharcoal to push out odor-causing agents while working overtime to leave you cool and comfortable with its gel-infused foam that contours to your shape and resists body heat to regulate your temperature. 

The design features two inches of ultra-cooling gel and green tea-infused memory foam, 1.5 inches soft comfort foam, and four inches of durable high-density base support foam; ideal for back sleepers and average-weight sleepers. For a good sleep on a tight budget, it's hard to do much better. 

Things to note
This Zinus "cooling design" is the extension of its best-selling Green Tea memory foam mattress, which doesn't have the cooling gel. According to reviewers, the cooling edition lives up to its breathable name. 

The mattress is available in varying depths including 8", 10", and 12" combinations that get softer with increased thickness. The 8- and 10-inch options are rated as firm, while the 12-inch is plush. 

As far as to use, some buyers noted that the mattress takes a long time to inflate to full size, especially if you don't remove it from the packaging within 72 hours, and that the mattress had little to no edge support. Others mentioned that for cleaning, the mattress cover is not removable, and rather must be spot-cleaned. 

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7. Leesa Hybrid Mattress

Best hybrid memory foam mattress: A combination of memory foam and pocket spring offer comfort and support

Specifications
Best for: If you want memory foam comfort + some bounce
Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King
Depth: 11"
Firmness: Medium-firm
Trial period: 100 nights
Warranty: 10 years
RRP: $1,099- $1,999
Reasons to buy
+Good breathability+Extra bounce+CertiPUR-US certified
Reasons to avoid
-Hybrid construction isn't for everybody-Heavy

If you love the body-conforming comfort of memory foam but crave the familiar bounce of an innerspring mattress too, the Leesa Hybrid mattress is for you.

What we like about it
This mattress draws near-universal love for its combination of body-cradling memory foam comfort and the "bounce" of pocket springs beneath. The whole thing is bolstered by a layer of hole-punched foam for extra breathability. 

The materials are also CertiPUR-US certified to be free of ozone depleters, PBDE flame retardants, formaldehyde, and other potentially harmful components such as mercury, lead, and other heavy metals. 

Things to note
This mattress is pretty heavy. A queen size weighs 115 pounds, and a king mattress is slightly more than 140 pounds.

It's also worth noting that while many people love the extra touch of bounce that comes from adding pocket springs to a memory foam mattress, it's not for everyone. 

You do have a healthy 100-night trial period to decide if this is the mattress for you. If you like everything about it but the bounce, Leesa also offers a mattress made entirely of memory foam.

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Best cooling foam mattress: Straight-forward, comfortable construction at a great value

Specifications
Best for: Hot sleepers
Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King
Depth: 10"
Firmness: Medium-firm (other options available)
Trial period: 100 nights
Warranty: 10 years
RRP: $645-1,095
Reasons to buy
+Great value+Good for most sleep positions+Sleeps cool
Reasons to avoid
-May be too firm for side sleepers-May take up to 7 days to fully expand

The Tuft & Needle Original mattress is a fantastic value for back and stomach sleepers, with a price that's usually only slightly more than $500. Side sleepers may prefer a slightly more expensive version (still under $1,000) that has an extra layer of foam for more give. 

What we like about it
We were undecided about whether to list this as a memory foam or memory foam alternative mattress. Although the manufacturer describes its primary materials as a proprietary T&N Adaptive foam, it feels and performs much like open-cell memory foam.

The T&N Adaptive foam is also infused with a very effective combination of graphite and cooling gel, making this mattress one of the best choices for those who want the comfort of memory foam performance without memory foam's tendency to retain body heat.

Things to note
The medium-firm Tuft & Needle Original mattress might be too firm for strict side sleepers. If you want a softer mattress consider the Tuft & Needle Mint, which uses an extra layer of foam to reach a medium firmness that is comfortable for most side sleepers. 

You also have the option to add on HeiQ HyProTecht for an extra $50 which uses microsilver and vesicle technologies to protect your mattress from odor-causing bacteria.

Read our full Tuft & Needle Original Mattress review.

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9. Layla Memory Foam Mattress

Best flippable/reversible memory foam mattress: The Layla offers two firmness options in one mattress

Specifications
Best for: Indecisive shoppers/sleepers
Sizes: Twin - Cal. King
Depth: 10"
Firmness: Soft/firm
Trial period: 120 nights
Warranty: Lifetime
RRP:: $749-$1,249
Reasons to buy
+Two firmness options+Great for regulating motion transfer+Unusual cooling mechanism
Reasons to avoid
-No handles-Softness/firmness options may be too extreme for some

If you struggle with commitment, the Layla is the ideal memory foam mattress. It's soft on one side and firm on the other — so if you want a change of sleep scenery, all you have to do is flip it over. 

What we like about it
The Layla packs two firmness options in one mattress: Soft on one side (4 out of 10 on the firmness scale, according to the manufacturer) and firm on the other (7 out of 10). If you want a change, all you have to do is flip the mattress over to the other side.

(And we really like that the sides are labeled. No guessing here!)

But there's more: The Layla is also one of the best memory foam mattresses we've seen for preventing motion transfer, and it uses the unusual technology of copper-infused foam to help keep you cool as you sleep.

Things to note
The Layla's lack of handles can make it challenging to maneuver around, and the manufacturer warns that damage from pinching or grabbing the foam of the mattress to flip it around is not covered under the warranty. The good news is that its weight is reasonable, given the size; a queen size mattress weighs 80 lbs.

It's also worth noting that while this mattress gives you two firmness options to choose from, they're different enough that some sleepers may find themselves wishing for a comfortable middle ground. The 120-night trial period ensures that you'll have a reasonable interval for deciding whether the mattress is a fit for you.

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How to buy the best memory foam mattress

Like any mattress purchase, choosing the best memory foam mattress comes down to selecting the right levels of firmness, bounce, and motion transfer. In general, mattresses made of memory foam have more give and less bounce than mattresses made from latex foam or innerspring. Memory foam also tends to perform well at preventing motion transfer, so you're less likely to feel the person next to you as they move around.

But there's still a good amount of variation in all those factors. One person's "sink right in" body-cradling comfort is another person's "help, I'm stuck in this mattress and can't get out." So you do have some options to choose from — sometimes even multiple firmness options from the same manufacturer.

Finally, keep in mind that memory foam has a delayed response: It generally feels firm when you lie down, but within a few minutes it'll soften and conform to your body.

What to know before buying a memory foam mattress

Asking yourself these questions can help ensure that you get the right mattress for you — and the best deal possible.

How long is the sleep trial?
Many manufacturers offer a free in-home sleep trial period: You still pay for the mattress upfront, but if you return it within the trial period you get a refund. 

Always check the fine print. Most manufacturers will simply arrange for the mattress to simply "go away," partnering with a local company to pick the mattress up and donate it elsewhere. But that's not always the case and, occasionally, some manufacturers even charge a restocking fee to take the mattress back. 

About that warranty...
Always double-check the terms of your mattress warranty, too. Manufacturers often stipulate that they will charge transportation costs for repair/replacement of a mattress after a certain portion of the warranty period has passed; and some may even pro-rate the value of any replacement they offer, depending on how long the mattress has been in use.

How much is shipping?
Nowadays, many manufacturers offer free shipping — but do check to be sure that applies to you. Often, these policies only apply to the contiguous 48 states. If you live in Alaska, Hawaii, US territories, or out of the country, you'll probably have to pay a shipping fee to get the mattress to your doorstep.

Speaking of doorsteps, mattresses are, of course, big and heavy; but the delivery worker's obligation usually ends at your door. If you don't have enough help to get the mattress to its designated place inside the house, make sure you arrange for help setting the mattress up — and expect to pay a fee for that service. 

What does setup entail?
To many, a prime selling point of a memory foam mattress is that many top brands conveniently ship in a box. These boxes are usually easier to handle and even get up a flight of stairs, but still bulky to do yourself. Memory foam mattresses ship easily and quickly since they are often vacuum-sealed in plastic. Once you slice through the packaging, you can swiftly unfurl your new mattress onto your bed and watch it expand, known as off-gassing. This is also when you might notice the release of odors or chemicals in the form of gas, that don't smell very good, but the smell eventually dissipates.  Most reach their full size within 24 hours, but some take longer, up to 72 hours. It's also not advised to sleep on the mattress until it's fully expanded, though most will reach 90% of their size within several hours. So if you're choosing a mattress that requires an inflation period, you may need to make sure alternative sleeping arrangements are available while you wait to enjoy your new bed. 

Do you sleep hot?
Early memory foam mattresses really held onto your body heat and left some sleepers feeling overheated. Newer memory foam generally breathes better, but if you sleep hot you should still look for cooling gel layers or other features designed to dissipate body heat.

What kind of bed do you have?
Memory foam mattresses are meant to be used on a platform bed with supportive slats that run side to side. The slats need to be fairly close together: Most manufacturers recommend that they be no more than 3 or 4 inches apart. 

Are you sensitive to chemicals or chemical smells?
When first opened, many memory foam mattresses will have a mild chemical smell that may persist for a few days. Although they're still generally considered safe, the smell may irritate people who are sensitive to them. 

Airing the mattress out in a well-ventilated area helps, as does look for memory foam mattresses that are CertiPUR-US certified. This designates that they're free of unsafe levels of chemicals like formaldehyde and harmful VOCs (volatile organic compounds). 

You can also shop for memory foam mattresses that are free of chemical flame retardants. Our pick for the best eco-friendly memory foam mattress, the Loom & Leaf from Saatva, is a great example. 

Signs memory foam is the right mattress material for you

  • You want to feel cradled or "hugged" in bed
  • You share a bed with a restless partner whose movement can disrupt your sleep
  • You're a side sleeper or struggle with pressure points on other mattress types

Signs you might want to consider other mattress types

  • You don't like the feel of sinking into a mattress
  • You always sleep hot

We've also compiled a guide to the best mattress toppers — including options made of memory foam — because sometimes a topper is all you need to breathe new life into a well-loved mattress.

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Brittany Romano
Brittany Romano

Brittany Romano is Future's U.S. Shopping Editor, based in New York City. From her start as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire to building a highly profitable commerce vertical at Us Weekly and AMI brands, Brittany has produced award-winning content covering everything from celebrity beauty hacks to must-have items from online sales. She is a graduate of New England College. When she isn’t writing, you can find Brittany indulging in yet another DIY project or cheering on her beloved Boston Bruins. Find her on Instagram at @ItsBrittanyRomano.

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