Serta Mattress Reviews

If you’ve ever wondered how Serta mattresses measure up, we’ll break down each model so you can choose the best mattress for you.

By Loren Bullock

When you think about trusted mattress brands that have been around for a while, Serta is sure to come up in that list. Serta is rated as the number one mattress manufacturer in the US, with all of their mattresses designed and made in the States.

Serta has quite a few mattress options, and we’re here to help you navigate which one works best for your needs. Do you sleep hot? Need edge support? Sleep with a partner? Regardless, Serta has something for you, and this guide will comb through each mattress and collection and pick which bed works for which type of sleeper. We’ll also cover some more practical information and answer those burning questions you have.

Serta Mattresses Overview

Serta offers five main bed-in-a-box mattresses on their website that are delivered directly to your door. See which one is most compatible with your needs.

Mattress Type Best For… Price Range
Serta Luxe Hybrid Value shoppers $319–$879
Serta iComfort Memory Foam Hot sleepers $809–$3,099
Serta iComfort Hybrid Hybrid Heavy people $809–$3,099
EZ Tote Memory Foam Budget shoppers $299–$649
Perfect Sleeper Hybrid People with back pain $799–$1,999

Let’s take a closer look at each mattress to help you decide which bed is right for you.

Serta Luxe Mattress

The Serta Luxe is an affordable hybrid mattress. Infused with cooling gel and supported by pocketed coils, this value mattress keeps you both cool and supported. This bed also works well for a variety of sleepers thanks to various available upgrades, such as extra support or even more pressure relief.

  • 11.5” depth/height
  • $449 (Queen)
  • Firmness options: Plush, Firm
  • Available Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

Serta iComfort Foam Mattress

The Serta iComfort mattress is an all-foam bed made to keep memory foam lovers from overheating. Choose between the base mattress and four different upgrades: all made to allow your body heat to escape and to keep the mattress surface cool.

Read More: Serta Memory Foam Mattress Reviews

  • 10” depth/height
  • $999 (Queen)
  • Firmness options: Plush, Medium, Firm
  • Available Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

Serta iComfort Hybrid Mattress

You guessed it, the iComfort Hybrid adds coil springs to the original iComfort mattress. The coil system means extra support for heavier people, increased responsiveness, and extra breathability.

Serta iComfort Hybrid Lifestyle Image
  • 12” depth/height
  • $1,299 (Queen)
  • Firmness options: Medium, Firm
  • Available Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

Serta EZ Tote Mattress

This new mattress by Serta is the definition of a budget mattress. For as little at $299, you can bring home this gel memory foam mattress. The EZ Tote is great for guest rooms, teens, and children.

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  • 10” depth/height
  • $499 (Queen)
  • Medium-Firm
  • Available Sizes: Twin, Full, Queen, King

Serta Perfect Sleeper Mattress

A great mattress for people with lower back pain, the Serta Perfect Sleeper mattress offers great pressure relief and many firm options. Due to the firmness, we think the Perfect Sleeper is a great option for stomach sleepers and back sleepers.

Serta Perfect Sleeper Trelleburg II
  • 13” depth/height
  • $899 (Queen)
  • Firmness options: Extra Firm, Firm Pillow Top, Medium
  • Available Sizes: Twin, Full, Queen, King

Serta Catalog Mattresses

Didn’t see the Serta mattress you were looking for? Chances are that it’s sold traditionally rather than online. In this section, we’ll explore the five catalog mattress collections that include innerspring, memory foam, and hybrid options, perfect for any sleep position and type. Each collection works to target common sleep issues that most people suffer with.

Collections Mattress Type Best For…
Perfect Sleeper Innerspring, Memory Foam, and Hybrid Combo Sleepers
iComfort Hybrid Memory Foam and Hybrid Side Sleepers
iSeries Hybrid Back Sleepers
Hotel Mattresses Pillow Top and Innerspring Luxury
SleepTrue and Online Innerspring and Memory Foam Online Shoppers

Perfect Sleeper Collection

First released in 1931, the Serta Perfect Sleeper mattress has turned into an entire collection. Serta has partnered with the National Sleep Foundation to make this line of hybrid, memory foam, and innerspring mattresses the perfect solution to any sleep issue: tossing and turning, motion transfer, and temperature problems.

Read More: Serta Perfect Sleeper Mattress Reviews

Mattress Name Height Price (Queen) Firmness Sizes Available
Trelleburg II 14.25” $899–$1,249 Plush, Medium, and Firm Options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Elkins II 9” $689–$839 Plush, Medium, and Firm Options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Standale II 13” $1,249–$1,999 Plush, Medium, and Firm Options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Kleinmon II 10.5” $869–$989 Plush, Medium, and Firm Options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

iComfort Hybrid Collection

Serta iComfort mattresses offer great relief from pressure points as they cradle your body. The hybrid models incorporate both foam and pocketed coils; iComfort is the collection that offers the most mattresses to choose from: retail and online.

Read More: Serta iComfort Mattress Reviews

Mattress Name Height Price (Queen) Firmness Sizes Available
CF1000 Quilted Hybrid 12” $1,299 Medium and Firm options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
CF2000 Quilted Hybrid 12.5” $1,599 Plush and Firm options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
CF3000 Quilted Hybrid 14.25” $1,999 Plush, Medium, and Plush Pillow Top options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
CF4000 Quilted Hybrid 14” $2,399 Medium, Medium Pillow Top, and Extra Firm options Twin XL, Queen, King, Cal King

Serta iSeries Collection

Serta iSeries is made with high-tech cooling and comfort material in order to offer you a restful night’s sleep. The iSeries mattresses must be bought from a different retailer, such as Mattress Firm.

Related: Serta iSeries Mattress Reviews

Mattress Name Height Firmness Sizes Available
Hybrid 1000 12” Medium-Firm Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Hybrid 2000 12.5” Firm Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Hybrid 3000 13.5” Medium Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Hybrid 4000 14.5” Plush Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

Hotel Mattress Collection

If you’re one of those people who wants a luxury night of hotel sleep at home, this collection is for you. Each mattress in this collection is dual-sided, meaning your mattress is totally flippable if one side isn’t working out for you. These beds are cooling, comfortable, and supportive.

Mattress Name Height Price (Queen) Firmness Sizes Available
Presidential Suite II 14.5” $1,619–$2,669 Medium Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Concierge Suite II 12” $1,429–$2,109 Plush and Firm options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Congressional Suite Supreme II 13” $1,359–$1,999 Medium Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

SleepTrue and Online Collection

The Serta SleepTrue Collection offers you a choice of innerspring and memory foam mattresses that have undergone rigorous testing for performance and durability. Some of these mattresses are online exclusive, not sold in retail stores. These mattresses are perfect match for an adjustable base if you sleep with a partner or like to sit up at night.

Mattress Name Height Price (Queen) Firmness Sizes Available
Alverson II 12” $689–$749 Plush, Medium, and Firm options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Malloy 11” $879–$919 Plush, Medium, and Firm options Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

Serta Bedding Company Overview

Serta was launched in 1933, two years after they began selling their first Perfect Sleeper mattress. Since its inception, Serta has produced some game-changing mattress designs.

In the 1970’s, they introduced their Pillow SoftⓇ mattress, showing that a firm mattress doesn’t have to be better. In the 1980’s, they began producing their continuous coil system design. In 2005, they became the first mattress brand to have all of their mattresses meet the federal flammability standards.

Today, they keep their crown as America’s #1 mattress manufacturer and have won many other accolades as well. These include America’s Most Recommended Mattress and Pillow and Box Spring brand by the Women’s Choice Awards in 2014, 2015, and 2016.

You can find Serta mattresses at virtually any retailer, or you can just find them virtually on their website!

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Pricing and Sizing 

Collection Price Range Size Range
Serta Luxe $319–$879 Twin–Cal King
Serta iComfort $809–$3,099 Twin–Cal King
Serta iComfort Hybrid $809–$3,099 Twin–Cal King
EZ Tote $299–$649 Twin–King
Perfect Sleeper $799–$1,999 Twin–Cal King

Shipping

When you order a Serta mattress online you not only get free shipping, but free white glove delivery and free mattress removal as well. This means that they will deliver your new mattress, set it up, and take away your old mattress at no cost to you.

Trial and Warranty

Serta offers a 120 day trial and the warranty varies based on the mattress model you want, but the max warranty period is 10 years.

FAQs

Do I need to flip my Serta mattress?

Whether or not your Serta mattress should be flipped depends on the model. The Hotel Mattress Collection is dual-sided, but for all other designs refer to the mattress label.

How long will it take for my Serta mattress to be delivered?

It should take about 10-21 business days for your Serta mattress to be delivered. Contact Customer Service for expedited shipping.

What is the return policy?

You can return your Serta mattress for free during the 120 day trial period, but you have to have slept on it for at least 30 nights. After that, you will have to pay a 15% return and disposal fee plus $200 for shipping and handling. This will be subtracted from your return credit.

Are Serta mattresses eco-friendly?

Yes! Many of the fabrics used in Serta mattress covers are made from natural bamboo or pure organic cotton, and their latex is naturally anti-microbial and allergen resistant. They use soy-based foams as well. Their innersprings and boxsprings are made from 95% recycled steel. Finally, the wood in their foundations is sourced from forests that are certified sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council.


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