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LAST UPDATED: November 15th, 2023

Beautyrest is the flagship brand of the Simmons bedding company. You might remember the company’s commercials which featured a bowling ball demonstration to show how little motion is transferred from one side of the bed to the other while sleeping.

Each mattress is designed and made to order in the United States. Beautyrest uses a three-tiered quality system, with Silver, Platinum, and Black.

The Beautyrest Silver is the entry-level line, with over 20 innerspring and hybrid mattress models. It was previously known as Beautyrest Classic and Beautyrest Recharge. Queen mattress prices range from $699-$1,999.

The Beautyrest Platinum line is the midrange option, with over 16 regular coil, as well as hybrid foam options. This Beautyrest hybrid line offers luxury firm, extra firm, firm, plush, and ultimate plush comfort level availability for body contouring while you are sleeping, as well as pillowtop and non-pillowtop choices. Queens range from $1,299-$2,999.

The Beautyrest Black is the highest quality collection of more than 17 premium mattresses ranging between $1,700-$3,499. Unique technologies are used to make this comfortable mattress line. These include three-stranded pocket coil technology designed to offer pressure point relief and back support, as well as Micro Diamond Memory Foam comfort layer which conforms and supports your body and uses special diamond particles to help dissipate heat. Some models include BlackICE gel memory foam on the upper surface of the mattress for additional heat control and/or a special SurfaceCool Plus Fiber that combats additional heat retention.

Beautyrest makes about 50 high-quality mattress models, with eight Queen size models under $1,000, and zero under $500. Beautyrest SmartMotion adjustable bases with features like a Zero-G, massage, SnoreRelief, memory presets, USB charging, and weight limits of 650 or 850 pounds are also available.

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The Good

  • Options
  • Sleep Tracker
  • Warranty


With Beautyrest, you can choose a pricing level, different firmness levels, and euro or pillow topper options. The company offers several types of heat control as well as innerspring options with foam technology comfort layer options or hybrid mattress options.

Sleep Tracker

Customers get a free Sleeptracker monitor with qualifying purchases. It uses sensors on your bed and mattress to measure your body's respiration and heart rate while sleeping, as well as your sleep cycle and movement. An alarm system will wake you up at the optimal time for your body.

The device can record two sleepers at once and provides information in the Sleeptracker app to help you get a good night's sleep.


Most models carry a 10-year warranty against manufacturer defects. As with most mattress warranties, you need to use a mattress protector and a proper mattress foundation, as well as follow the proper usage instructions.


The Bad

  • Price
  • Model Confusion


You can't get a Queen size Beautyrest mattress for less than $699. While some companies will make a low-priced option just to have one available, Beautyrest doesn't make low-price or low-quality mattresses.

Model Confusion

As with many different mattress manufacturers, the same model may go by different names at different national retailers. Consumers may find this confusing when trying to find comparable mattress options.


The Bottom Line

This well-regarded mattress brand, which invented the first pocket coils back in 1925, continues to specialize in coil and coil plus memory foam hybrid mattress construction. Beautyrest’s tiered collections offer a range of price points, as well as choices for support, comfort level, pressure relief, construction type, quality, and heat lessening memory foam technologies.

Most new models carry a 10-year warranty, but as this isn’t a direct retail company, customer service policies are really set by mattress retailers. Your support, delivery, and service with a mattress like this will depend on the retailer you choose.

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Bobbi Hughes-Millman Fountain Green, UT

We bought a beauty test mattress with a 5-year warranty. We were told that we could bring it in, any time, within 9 months after purchase of we want to upgrade. We moved a month after we bought the mattress and, 2 months later, when I was about turn the mattress, I noticed it was torn at one of the handles. The material seemed cheap at the year & I decided to make a claim & upgrade to a better, more expensive mattress as we were within the 9-month period (we planned to pay the difference). The furniture store where we bought it refused to honor the replacement policy for an unrelated reason. Although it wasn't Beauty Rest who was denying the replacement policy, it was soured on Beauty Rest because of how easily the fabric tore. I was told that the handles were not for lifting the mattress but only for adjusting it once you have it in place, which I found ridiculous.

2 months ago


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Mohamed Attia CA

I have beautyrest mattress and box spring. it was good for couple years but then the mattress start to sag even with rotation. should have a long warranty but when you try to use the warranty, they will never let you

1 year ago


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Keri Christensen Lehi, UT

We have a pillow top beauty rest mattress and it was amazing for the first year and a half. After that the pillow top started losing its shape and now three years later the one side is completely sunken in.

4 years ago


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Brett Schiftner Weatherford, TX

my last mattress was a Beautyrest. It wasn't a cheap mattress but it had major sags after a few years. I wouldn't get another one.

1 year ago