Find A Helix Showroom Near Me

At first, purchasing a mattress online without first trying it can be daunting. While many mattress companies provide free returns to make buying online less risky, we understand if you would prefer trying the mattress in person before making your decision - especially if it's hard for you to pick out which bed will suit you best!

 The Sleep Loft Showroom in New York City is ready for you to try your favorite online beds before you buy. Conveniently located in Manhattan, New York, 10011 in the neighborhood of Chelsea. Our mattress store offers a large, comfortable space with ample parking and an easy to find, convenient location.


Let our experienced mattress guides help you find your new mattress by offering the best advice and knowledge. Our team is not only well versed in each mattress found in store, but also in every adjustable base, silky sheet set and adaptable pillow we carry too. You’ll enjoy a relaxed and easy going atmosphere, as well as top notch customer service at every step of the way.

We are open 7 days a week for you to test out a wide variety of the best online bed-in-a-box brands. The Sleep Loft Mattress Store provides access to many amazing beds you won’t find anywhere else. And to top it off we also ensure the best pricing on your new mattress with our exclusive savings and coupons.


Where Can You Test Mattresses?

Brand Showrooms -- Major bedding brands such as Casper,  Avocado have begun opening showrooms across the country so consumers can come in and try out their beds directly.

Mattress Firm -- Mattress Firm is one of the premier places for testing mattresses, offering all of the top brands like Tempur-Pedic.

Rooms To Go and other furniture stores - Furniture stores such as Rooms To Go carry many of the most renowned online mattress brands such as Nectar or Purple that make for convenient online purchases.

Department Stores -- Although department stores may seem obsolete, you can still test mattresses in some locations such as Macy's stores. Target and Walmart may sell beds but typically don't permit testing before purchasing.