The Best Latex Mattresses 2018

These are just a few of the great latex mattresses available, head over to Sleepopolis to see our full listing:

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Whether you’re on the prowl for a latex mattress or just want to learn more about the material in general, the Best Latex Mattress 2018 page is for you! We’ll dive into some of the unique characteristics of the classic bedding material, discuss some of our personal faves by category, and then wrap up with a few fabulous latex alternatives.

While all of these mattresses share a common material in latex foam, that doesn’t mean they all feel the same. We’ve put all of these mattresses to the test and have some suggestions on why certain mattresses will work better for different types of sleepers and have categorized them below. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t read up on a few other, but we think it’s the best place to start.

For deeper dives into each of these mattresses you can check out their full reviews on Sleepopolis!

PlushBeds Botanical Bliss:

Idle Sleep Latex Hybrid:


Sleep EZ Roma:

Latex for Less:




That’s all for now, but please feel free to ask any questions you feel I didn’t cover during the video in a comment below.

If you’re looking for a mattress but don’t think latex is right for you, Google Sleepopolis + Best Mattress to get a look at a huge variety of reviews.

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Freddy Espitia says:

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Heather Quaine says:

what do you think of Brooklyn’s Bowrey?

jeanette sheets says:

thanks these mattress are awesome

L.B. BEE says:

I want a plush type mattress, ( I’m a back sleeper), I also suffer with body pain from M.S.. What do you recommend..

JAY LEE says:

Latex is the only way to go in my opinion, it can be quite firm especially dunlop but if you buy the right density its very comfy! great review as always thanks

Karayah Holly says:

I’ve been really intrigued with latex mattresses, but I don’t have local stores that sell any to try the feel out. I’m plus-size, so I don’t think the 9″/10″ ones would support me well over time, but the thicker ones are so expensive. The Idle Sleep latex hybrid looks so luxurious, but it’s insanely heavy, which means I wouldn’t be able to flip it by myself, and sadly I’m chronically single. Lol. Surprised Brooklyn Bedding wasn’t mentioned as an excellent latex alternative mattress.
Btw, do you have any recommendations for me? I’m 5’2″, 250lbs, side and back sleeper who prefers a firm feel, has chronic, neck, shoulder and back pain so needs to provide excellent pressure relief as well, and have MAJOR issues with sleeping hot! My favorite mattresses in stores are Tempur-pedic’s Contour Elite Breeze and Tempur-ProAdapt Firm, Stearns & Foster Luxe Estate hybrid firm, and Beautyrest Black Aubrie (firm all-foam/memory foam), yet all of these are drastically outside of my budget.

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