Dreamcloud Mattress Review (Worlds Most Affordable Luxury Mattress?)

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Ben Trapskin

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The DreamCloud Mattress

DreamCloud is a relatively new player in the mattress industry. The company was founded around 2017-2018 with the aim of providing high-quality, luxurious mattresses at an affordable price. Their flagship product, the DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress, combines memory foam with pocketed coil technology, aiming to provide an optimal balance of comfort and support for sleepers.

DreamCloud is part of Resident Home which also owns Nectar and Awara brands. 

DreamCloud’s business model follows the popular “bed-in-a-box” trend, which has revolutionized the mattress industry. They sell their products primarily online, offering a risk-free trial period, free shipping, and easy returns, making it convenient for customers to try out their mattresses at home.

Over the years, DreamCloud has continued to innovate and expand its product line, adding new models and accessories to meet the evolving demands of the market. In addition to the DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress, the company offers a Premier version that features an additional layer of plush memory foam for added comfort.

As the company grows, it remains dedicated to its mission of providing luxury sleep experiences at a fraction of the cost of traditional high-end mattresses. While it may not have a long history, DreamCloud has quickly gained a reputation for its quality products and commitment to customer satisfaction.

Our Take on DreamCloud

The Dreamcloud mattress is a luxury hybrid mattress that breaks the mold. A few highlights of this mattress are stitched handles along the side, cashmere blend and flax yarns and a price of $1,399 for a queen size. Normally to get all these features in a mattress you can expect to pay north of $5,000. If you are tired of memory foam the DreamCloud Hybrid Mattress is for you. In this DreamCloud mattress review, we cover all three DreamCloud models and recommend which is best for you. 

DreamCloud is often rated as the best mattress among major publications and mattress reviewers. 

To top it all off Dreamcloud offers a 365 night trial period where if at any point you want to return it, Dreamcloud will pick it up at your house for free. No need to put it back in the box or pay return shipping. After your year trial period expired, you are protected by Dreamcloud’s “Forever Warranty” which is one of the strongest and longest in the industry.

Ordering and Unboxing the Dreamcloud

When you order your DreamCloud or even pick one up in store, it will come in a box like the ones below. These are king-size Dreamcloud Mattresses in the box.  The box on the left is the DreamCloud Premier, the middle box is the DreamCloud original aka DreamCloud Tight Top and the largest box on the right is the DreamCloud Premier Rest. These boxes are considerably larger than boxes from memory foam mattresses because the coil systems can only be compressed so much. The coils won’t get damaged though because they are individually wrapped coils and are not tied together. 

Dreamcloud Boxes

The DreamCloud Accessories Sleep Bundle

DreamCloud will throw in 2 pillows, a set of sheets and a mattress protector to sweeten the deal. They value it at $599 which is a stretch but hey, if you need some bedding for your new mattress, it’s nice to have.

Your sheets, pillows and mattress protector all come in a box like this and it will ship separately from your mattress order so one may arrive before the other. 

Sleep Bundle

It will take some time for the pillows to get to their normal size. You can put them in the dryer on no heat to get them fluffed up. 

DreamCloud Pillows

Here’s the DreamCloud pillow in the packaging.

DreamCloud Pillow

Overview of the Dreamcloud Mattresses

The DreamCloud now comes in 3 different models. Here’s what’s common among them. They all are made with individually wrapped coils, aka, pocket coils to reduce motion transfer which is key in a hybrid mattress. They also all have a memory foam layer with the Premier and Premier Rest having more layers than the original. All have a cashmere blend cover, how much cashmere, I’m not sure.

  1. DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress:
  • Construction: The DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress is a 14-inch thick mattress combining memory foam layers and pocketed coil technology. The layers are as follows:

    1. Quilted Euro Top: A soft, breathable cover designed for plush comfort.
    2. Gel Memory Foam: A layer of gel-infused memory foam for pressure relief and temperature regulation.
    3. Transitional Foam Layer: A supportive layer that eases the transition between the memory foam and pocketed coils.
    4. Pocketed Coil System: Individually wrapped coils designed to provide targeted support and minimize motion transfer.
    5. High-Density Foam Base: A base layer that adds durability and stability to the mattress.
  • Prices 

    • Twin: $899
    • Twin XL: $999
    • Full: $1,099
    • Queen: $1,199
    • King: $1,399
    • California King: $1,399
  1. DreamCloud Premier:
  • Construction: The DreamCloud Premier is similar in construction to the Luxury Hybrid Mattress but includes an additional plush memory foam layer, making it 15 inches thick. The layers are as follows:

    1. Quilted Euro Top: A soft, breathable cover designed for plush comfort.
    2. Additional Plush Memory Foam Layer: An extra layer of premium memory foam for enhanced comfort and pressure relief.
    3. Gel Memory Foam: A layer of gel-infused memory foam for pressure relief and temperature regulation.
    4. Transitional Foam Layer: A supportive layer that eases the transition between the memory foam and pocketed coils.
    5. Pocketed Coil System: Individually wrapped coils designed to provide targeted support and minimize motion transfer.
    6. High-Density Foam Base: A base layer that adds durability and stability to the mattress.
  • Prices 

    • Twin: $1,199
    • Twin XL: $1,299
    • Full: $1,399
    • Queen: $1,599
    • King: $1,799
    • California King: $1,799

The DreamCloud Original

While the DreamCloud Original mattress has many great features, it’s important to take a closer look at its construction and performance to determine whether it’s truly worth the investment.

Firstly, the DreamCloud Original mattress is a hybrid mattress that combines memory foam and coils. While this can offer the best of both worlds in terms of support and comfort, it’s worth noting that hybrid mattresses can be less durable than all-foam or all-coil mattresses. The coils in the DreamCloud Original may start to sag over time, which can compromise the mattress’s overall support and comfort.

Additionally, the quilted euro-top on the DreamCloud Original is undoubtedly soft and comfortable. However, it may not be ideal for sleepers who prefer a firmer sleeping surface. The euro-top can compress over time, which can make the mattress feel softer and less supportive.


This is the base DreamCloud model and the least expensive. It’s perfect for stomach sleepers and back sleepers. It’s also a good choice for hot sleepers

The DreamCloud Premier

he DreamCloud Premier is another hybrid mattress offered by DreamCloud that promises to provide a luxurious sleep experience. While it shares some similarities with the DreamCloud Original, there are a few key differences that are worth examining.

Firstly, the DreamCloud Premier has a thicker comfort layer than the Original. It features a euro-top that is 2.5 inches thick, which provides a plush sleeping surface that can be ideal for those who prefer a softer feel. However, this can also make the mattress less supportive than some firmer options.

Additionally, the DreamCloud Premier has a higher coil count than the Original, with a total of 1,000 individually wrapped coils. This can provide excellent support and help reduce motion transfer, but it’s worth noting that the Premier may be more prone to sagging over time due to the increased coil count.

Another feature of the DreamCloud Premier is its use of gel-infused memory foam. This can provide a cooler sleeping experience than traditional memory foam, which can be prone to trapping heat. However, some users may still find the mattress to sleep hot, particularly if they are naturally warm sleepers.

DreamCloud Premier

This is the upgraded version of the original DreamCloud and comes with extra foam layering without sacrificing support. It is my favorite of the DreamCloud lineup due to its feel and features. It is ideal for any sleep position but I recommend it most for back and stomach sleepers that want superior pressure relief without losing support. 

The DreamCloud Premier Rest

The DreamCloud Premier Rest is a hybrid mattress offered by DreamCloud that aims to provide a superior sleep experience. While it shares some similarities with the DreamCloud Premier, there are a few key differences that are worth examining.

One of the main features of the DreamCloud Premier Rest is its use of advanced sleep technology. The mattress features a layer of Quantum edge-to-edge coils, which provide targeted support and help reduce motion transfer. Additionally, the Premier Rest utilizes a layer of gel-infused memory foam that is designed to keep you cool and comfortable throughout the night.

Another feature of the DreamCloud Premier Rest is its use of high-density foam. This can provide excellent support and help prolong the mattress’s lifespan. However, some users may find that the mattress feels firmer than they prefer, particularly if they prefer a plush sleeping surface.

The DreamCloud Premier Rest also boasts a luxury pillow-top that is designed to provide a plush sleeping surface. This can be ideal for those who prefer a softer feel, but may not be as supportive as firmer mattresses.

Like the other DreamCloud mattresses, the Premier Rest is priced higher than many other hybrid mattresses on the market. While the advanced sleep technology and high-quality materials may justify the higher price point for some, others may prefer to seek out more budget-friendly options.

Overall, the DreamCloud Premier Rest is a solid choice for those who prioritize support and advanced sleep technology. However, those who prefer a plush sleeping surface or are on a budget may want to consider other options before committing to the Premier Rest. Additionally, those who are particularly sensitive to heat may want to consider a mattress that offers more cooling features.

DreamCloud Premier Rest

This is the most expensive DreamCloud and the only one that comes with a knife edge pillowtop, a rarity to find in a mattress in a box. This is by far the softest of the DreamCloud lineup and is better suited towards side sleepers and will give you the most pressure relief but stomach sleepers and hot sleepers should stay away. It’s also my least favorite of the DreamCloud line because it seems to lack support in key areas.

Below is an unboxing video of the Dreamcloud. As you can see it comes compressed in a box but that doesn’t mean it is any less quality than other luxury hybrid memory foam mattress. New pocket coil technology allows for roll packing which saves on shipping costs and the savings are passed directly to the consumer.

Below is a video of me on the Dreamcloud. You will see that it has nice bounce and contains motion really well for having springs. It feels as good as it looks.

How Much Does a Dreamcloud Mattress Cost?

Here are the current prices of the Dreamcloud bed. These prices include the 365 night trial period

You can pay for the mattress in full or you can now finance it through Affirm.

How much does the Dreamcloud Mattress Weigh?

The Dreamcloud is a heavier mattress which is a good indicator of quality. Below are the dimensions and weights for each size.

TWIN 39” x 75” x 15” and 55 lbs
TWIN XL 39” x 80” x 15” and 68 lbs
FULL 54” x 75” x 15” and 88 lbs
QUEEN 60” x 80” x 15” and 94 lbs
KING 76” x 80” x 15” and 109 lbs
CAL KING 72” x 84” x 15” and 109 lbs

Construction of the Dreamcloud Mattress

Dreamcloud Layers


Introducing your dreamiest sleep ever. Our durable Quilted Euro Top offers unparalleled comfort and premium softness for maximum rest potential.


With an ultra-plush feel, our Comfort Layer is made of a gel-infused memory foam to help relax the body and provide relief for pressure points.


With all this plush comfort, our essential Support Layer helps provide resistance and a stable foundation for better body alignment and deep, restful sleep.


This layer helps promote breathability and temperature regulation for cool comfort. It’s designed with edge support stability and helps reduce motion transfer for an unadulterated slumber.


This Base Support Layer provides extra stability to the much-loved Pocketed Innerspring Coil layer.


While much overlooked, the Bottom Mattress Cover has the important job of ensuring your mattress stays in the correct place and doesn’t move around while you dream.

My Dreamcloud Mattress Findings

This mattress feels wonderful. It is a hybrid mattress which means springs and foam but it is so much more. Every layer contributes to the overall feel.  The quilted foam on the top layer really allows you to sink into the mattress without feeling like you are lying on a flat piece of foam.

You will also notice other quality details like handles stitched into the side of the mattress. This makes it easy to move and easy to rotate.

Dreamcloud Handles

This mattress feels plush and supportive. This is hard to achieve but I think Dreamcloud pulled it off by quilting foam into the top layer and then adding springs underneath. This allows you to sink somewhat into the mattress before being lifted up again by the responsive foam and spring system.

Here’s a picture that illustrates how much my 14 lb. bowling ball sinks into the mattress.

Dreamcloud Sinkage

What is the Dreamcloud Everlong Warranty?

Below are the highlights of the warranty as listed on their website”


  1. For the first 10 years of ownership, we will replace your mattress with a brand new DreamCloud at absolutely no charge to you if defective in workmanship and materials. In years 10+ DreamCloud will completely repair and re-cover your DreamCloud, or replace your DreamCloud. All transportation charges will be waived if a manufacturing defect(s) or a materials failure is confirmed to exist.
  2. Your mattress must be used on an appropriate base such as a platform bed or other suitable bed frame.
  3. The warranty applies only as long as the original owner of the DreamCloud mattress owns the DreamCloud.
  4. The warranty does not apply if the mattress has been burned or otherwise abused, damaged, misused, or neglected.
  5. In order to provide the most optimum sleeping surface the DreamCloud mattress contains only the finest quality materials. As with all premium sleep products, certain adaptations will take place as your mattress adjusts to your body shape. This is to be expected and is part of the performance of your mattress. Normal body impressions (not greater than 1.5”) are not defects and are not covered by the warranty. Excessive body impressions of greater than 1.5” are covered by the Everlong Warranty, well, Everlong.

When is the Best Time to Buy A DreamCloud?

DreamCloud has held flash sales in the past. Recently they had a 25% off sale which is the best Dreamcloud deal I have seen. These flash sales happen close to big sales holidays like Black Friday, Memorial Day Weekend, and Labor Day Weekend. 

Where is the DreamCloud Mattress Made?

Right now according to the law tags on the back of the DreamCloud models I received, it is currently made in Turkey. I’m not sure why they chose Turkey, but it must be less expensive to make there than in the USA. Regardless, these mattresses are CertiPur-US certified meaning they are free of heavy metals, formaldehyde, and other toxic ingredients. 

My Dreamcloud Mattress Recommendation

The Dreamcloud is hands down one of the best values out there for a mattress. I haven’t come across a mattress that is built better than the Dreamcloud at this price point. I recommend the Dreamcloud to people who want a traditional mattress feel will all the benefits of newer generation foams and a quality spring system.

In terms of firmness, I would say it is about a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale with 10 being the firmest. If you want a mattress with foam layers that recover quickly, is breathable, and contours well, this would be the ideal mattress for you.

People looking for a firm mattress or a dense foam feel mattress will want to look elsewhere.

At the Yawnder mattress store in San Diego, customers are really enjoying the feel of this mattress and it is resonating well and definitely worth a try for people looking for a mattress with a more substantial feel that is going to last a while.

Learn more about the Dreamcloud

Want to try the Dreamcloud in Person? Visit our San Diego Showroom. Click Here for more information. We have all 3 models of the DreamCloud in our store and nothing beats trying it out yourself. 

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What Mattresses are Comparable to the DreamCloud?

Several other mattresses on the market share similarities with the DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress and the DreamCloud Premier. These mattresses also combine memory foam layers with pocketed coil systems to provide a balance of comfort and support. Some popular alternatives include:

  1. Saatva Classic Mattress: The Saatva Classic is a luxury hybrid innerspring mattress that comes in three firmness options: plush soft, luxury firm, and firm. It features an organic cotton cover, a Euro pillow top, a memory foam layer for pressure relief, and an individually wrapped coil system for support and reduced motion transfer.

  2. Helix Midnight Mattress: The Helix Midnight is a medium-firm hybrid mattress designed for side sleepers and those who prefer a balance of comfort and support. It features a soft cover, a layer of memory foam for pressure relief, a transitional foam layer, and an individually wrapped coil system for support and minimal motion transfer.

  3. WinkBeds Mattress: WinkBeds offers a luxury hybrid mattress available in four firmness options: soft, luxury firm, firm, and plus (designed for heavier individuals). The WinkBeds mattress features a Euro-pillow top, a gel-infused foam layer, a micro-coil system for contouring support, and a pocketed coil base for overall support and durability.

  4. Brooklyn Bedding Signature Hybrid Mattress: The Brooklyn Bedding Signature Hybrid mattress comes in three firmness levels: soft, medium, and firm. It features a quilted top, a layer of responsive proprietary foam called “TitanFlex,” a layer of high-density memory foam, and a base of individually wrapped coils for support and reduced motion transfer.

  5. Bear Hybrid Mattress: The Bear Hybrid mattress is a medium-firm hybrid designed for pressure relief and support. It features a quilted top with Celliant fibers (which claim to improve recovery and regulate temperature), a gel-infused memory foam layer, a transitional foam layer, and a pocketed coil system for support and minimal motion transfer.

These mattresses have similar constructions to DreamCloud mattresses, but they may differ in terms of firmness, feel, and pricing. It’s essential to consider your personal sleep preferences, budget, and any special features (such as cooling technology or targeted support) when comparing these mattresses.

DreamCloud Premier vs. Premier Rest

They share similarities, such as having the same customer service terms, being hybrid mattresses with a balance of comfort and support, cooling features, and responsiveness. However, there are some differences between the two.

The DreamCloud Premier Rest is taller and softer than the DreamCloud Premier due to an additional layer of supportive soft foam. Consequently, it is also more expensive than the DreamCloud Premier. In terms of firmness, the DreamCloud Premier is rated 6.5 out of 10 (medium firm) while the Premier Rest is rated 6 out of 10 (softer than average).

For different sleeping positions, the DreamCloud Premier is ideal for back sleepers due to its balance of comfort and support, while the Premier Rest is better for side sleepers because of its enhanced pressure relief. Neither mattress is particularly suitable for stomach sleepers, especially for heavier individuals. Both mattresses have similar motion transfer and edge support, with neither excelling in these areas.

In terms of pricing, the DreamCloud Premier costs around $1,600 for a queen-size mattress, while the Premier Rest is closer to $2,000. However, coupons are available for discounts. The DreamCloud Premier is recommended for back sleepers, those who prefer firmer support, and budget-conscious buyers. The Premier Rest is suitable for side sleepers, those who want a softer, plushier mattress, and those seeking a more luxurious option.


DreamCloud vs. BeautyRest Black

When comparing the DreamCloud (Luxury Hybrid Mattress) and the Beautyrest Black, it is essential to consider the construction, firmness, feel, and price of each mattress. Keep in mind that my knowledge is up to date as of September 2023, so make sure to check for the latest information on the manufacturer’s website or contact their customer service.


DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress:

  1. Quilted Euro Top: Soft, breathable cover for plush comfort.
  2. Gel Memory Foam: Provides pressure relief and temperature regulation.
  3. Transitional Foam Layer: Offers supportive transition between memory foam and pocketed coils.
  4. Pocketed Coil System: Provides targeted support and minimizes motion transfer.
  5. High-Density Foam Base: Adds durability and stability to the mattress.

Beautyrest Black:

  1. BlackICE 4.0 Fabric Cover: A cool-to-the-touch cover designed for temperature regulation.
  2. RightTemp Memory Foam: Memory foam infused with carbon fibers for temperature control and pressure relief.
  3. Beautyrest Gel Memory Foam: Provides additional pressure relief and contouring.
  4. T3 Pocketed Coil Technology: Triple-strand coils for enhanced support, durability, and reduced motion transfer.
  5. High-Density Foam Encasement: Reinforced edge support and overall stability.

Firmness and Feel:

DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress has a medium-firm feel, rated around 6.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale. It offers a balance of comfort and support, with a plush quilted Euro top and responsive underlying support.

Beautyrest Black is available in different firmness levels, ranging from plush to extra firm. The feel of the mattress will depend on the selected firmness option. The mattress is designed for pressure relief and contouring, with a focus on temperature control and support.


DreamCloud tends to be more budget-friendly compared to the Beautyrest Black. The exact price of the Beautyrest Black will depend on the specific model and size, but it is generally more expensive than the DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress.

In summary, the DreamCloud Luxury Hybrid Mattress is a good option for those seeking a medium-firm feel, balance of comfort and support, and a more budget-friendly mattress. The Beautyrest Black is suitable for those looking for customizable firmness options, advanced temperature control, and a more luxurious mattress with a higher budget. Both mattresses offer good pressure relief and support, but the Beautyrest Black has more advanced cooling features and customizable firmness options.

DreamCloud Mattress Price List

DreamCloud Mattress Price List

Size Original Premier Premier Rest
Twin $1,099 $1,299 $1,399
Twin XL $1,499 $1,499 $1,599
Full $1,698 $1,698 $1,798
Queen $1,798 $1,798 $1,898
King $2,098 $2,098 $2,198
Cal King $2,098 $2,098 $2,198

65 thoughts on “Dreamcloud Mattress Review (Worlds Most Affordable Luxury Mattress?)”

  1. Do you know where the mattress is manufactured? Is it packaged on order and shipped or do they sit around boxed in a warehouse in Washington?

    • The Dreamcloud sleeps fairly cool since it has a spring system for breathability. The edge support is also good because of the springs which seem firmer around the perimeter. The tufting also helps a bit with breathability because it creates little valleys for air to channel through.

  2. How would you compare this mattress to the Alexander Hybrid by Nest Bedding and the Voila?

    Thank you for the review!

  3. Hi, I liked the mattress in your store. Is this mattress a Nectar mattress? If so I would be interested in purchasing one if you stocked them in your store, but I am still nervous about ordering one and then not knowing when it will be delivered due to Nectar often having long delays in shipping.

    • We ordered the Dreamcloud mattress Monday evening (2/5/18) and received it on Thursday (2/8/18). We’ve been sleeping great from the first night we received it. Will definitely purchase again for our other mattress needs and will recommend to others.

  4. I received my Dreamcloud mattress a few days ago and the shipping was less than a week. The mattress feels amazing after sleeping on an innerspring for 10+ years. My roommate has the Alexander Hybrid and the Dreamcloud is a little firmer but just as comfortable for me as a side sleeper. I slept on his mattress several times and loved it but I am liking the Dreamcloud a bit more because of the cashmere cover and the firmness of it. We will see how it holds up and if I start to have problems I always have a year to send it back.

  5. I’m a 6’7” male around 260lbs. I have a nectar and have to change sides frequently as I caused a ditch on the one side. Do you think the dreamcloud will be able to handle my stature? I’ve had my nectar since July… and it surely cannot…

    • I just asked this from DreamCloud live chat, and this is the response I got: “The DreamCloud actually does not have a weight limit thanks to the handtufted construction and use of medical grade foam.”

      • Can you define “modern” box spring? Ours is 10 years old. When I talked to customer service at Dreamcloud, he said as long as the wooden slats are 3” apart, the mattress would work as designed. I assumed that meant the wooden slats that the box springs sit on? We added some to make sure they were all 3” or less apart. We have been sleeping on it a little over a week, and while it is super comfortable and I’m sleeping great, I am still waking up with back pain, in fact it seems worse now than before we got the mattress. Typically firm mattresses help with my lower back pain. So now I’m wondering if it’s the box springs.

        • Basically, it needs to be on a firm surface. Old box springs actually had springs in them which made them bounce. I don’t think that is the case with your box spring though. I would try it on the floor if possible to see if that makes a difference.

    • Most sheets will accommodate this mattress. Deep pocket sheets will work fine but even most sheets you find at Target or Walmart will work on this mattress.

  6. Thanks so much for keeping up this site! Great resource.

    Have you heard of any customer service issues with Nectar/Dreamcloud? They have a B- rating with the BBB, seemingly due to shipping issues.

    Also, I echo the question about about comparison to the Nest hybrids, and wonder how easy it is to change positions without a lot of bouncing.

    Thank you!

  7. The materials used are manufactured in China and assembled here in Washington state. Soo, boyh are right.

    • Thanks for clarifying. That means they provide American jobs but all profits goes to China…..Just like Kia.

    • The Dreamcloud feels sort of similar to the plush version of the Winkbed. However, the Dreamcloud is tufted and has more foam at the top layers. The extra foam makes you sink into it a bit more and is less bouncy given the tufting.

    • Who would handle the white glove delivery if I ordered that? I wouldn’t want to have to assemble this by myself. We are older and could not handle all of that. Would the white glove delivery also remove our old mattress?

    • We bought the Saatva after funding the WinkBed too firm. I love Saatva’s customer service, but we plan to return the bed for the DreamCloud. I’m waking up with more back pain, and since we added the topper they sent when we expressed concern about pressure points, it sleeps too hot for me.

    • Dreamcloud is considerably softer since it has more foam on the top and it has pocked coils for a base as opposed to the Helix which uses micro coils.

      • Why not? I was hoping to purchase and use with an adjustable base. The manufacturers of adjustable bases claim they can be used with any mattress that can bend.

      • They sell an adjustable base on the website for it. I also saw it mentioned a few times when describing foundations for their mattress.

  8. Why do you say not recommended for adjustable base when they sell an adjustable base? How does it compare softness wise to Beautyrest Hybrid Black Alcove or Gladney?

  9. I still haven’t made up my mind about the mattress. It seems a little too firm for my liking. I guess I would have to say it has good support but it certainly doesn’t seem to conform to my body. I thought it would with the memory foam at the top of the layers. We slept on it for a couple of months before we went to our winter home in florida. We will have more time on it when we get back in April. I was disappointed that it didn’t help me resolve my back pain. I am mostly a back sleeper. The verdict is still out.

  10. I am considering this mattress in addition to the Purple 3 or 4.

    I’m 6’4″, 325 and a stomach sleeper. I currently have a sleep number, which is a great bed, but I’m on my second air bladder and it’s also deflating, which causes back pain.
    My sleep number is 40 and am wondering if either would offer good support without being too firm.
    I travel a good bit and many hotel mattresses are WAY too firm giving me terrible back pain. (Cough, cough, Staybridge suites)

  11. We bought our dreamcloud 3 weeks ago and love it. I have never slept on a more comfortable mattress. I move a lot at night and it is great no matter what position I lay in. One of my biggest concerns was motion transfer and this has resolved that issue. I like a mattress to feel soft but I like to lay on top, this describes the dreamcloud. Also my husband does not like a memory foam mattress due to the lack of bounce. This hybrid is perfect. We are larger people and so far it is holding up great.It does off gas and kind of reminds me of a new paint or glue smell, it does not bother us.

  12. Hello,
    We recently purchased a Dreamcloud. I do not find it very soft at all. It seems like a luxury bed and looks very nice but I really want something softer. Can anyone make a side sleeper that doesn’t want to sleep hot a recommendation. It would be for myself and husband 110 and 180 lbs.

  13. We bought a DreamCloud six months ago. We found it to be high quality but far too soft for our liking. We began the return process 6 or 7 weeks ago. What a lack of service. I did everything they asked but I’m not getting my refund. Trying to get to talk to someone is extremely difficult. My advice is STAY AWAY from Dreamcloud. It’s a case of SALES and NO SERVICE.


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