Saatva Mattress

Saatva Mattress Review

Saatva has innovated over time with their mattresses. Their original Saatva Classic mattress is one of the best mattresses online for those looking for a traditional innerspring mattress feel. With an edge on quality, Saatva invested in better coil technology in their Classic, and generous layers in their memory foam Loom and Leaf and all-latex Zenhaven mattresses. Over the years, they have innovated further, with their Saatva Latex Hybrid, the Solaire number bed, Saatva HD for larger sleepers, and their newest Memory Foam Hybrid mattress.


 +1.6x back pain relief
 +1.5x side sleeping
 +2.1x quality feel

Overall Score: 9.4/10

Customer Satisfaction: 9.4/10

Price Value: 9.3/10

No Back Pain: 9.3/10

Price: $925-$5050

Trial Period: 365 Nights

Saatva's Specifics

Saatva's brand has expanded over the years to include quite the line-up of mattresses. From their flagship Saatva Classic, they have expanded to include the all-foam Loom & Leaf, Solaire, Zenhaven, Saatva HD, Saatva Latex Hybrid, and Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid mattresses. When it comes to their Saatva Classic, they offer a dual-coil innerspring design with luscious layers of comfort foam with three firmness levels to choose from (and a thicker / slim option too). Their Saatva Latex Hybrid features GOTS certified organic textiles and quality Talalay latex layers over a luxurious pocketed coil support system.

When it comes to customer satisfaction, most sleepers have excellent things to say about their Saatva mattresses, free white glove delivery, and firmness.

Quality of Materials

The Saatva Classic features lots of options -- with three firmness varieties and a 14.5'' and 11.5'' thickness option. It also offers a 'coil on coil' support system that focuses on long-lasting support with a top foam layer that breathes easier while being more responsive. No feeling trapped from a contour here.

We'll go through what's inside their Classic Mattress, which comes in 3 firmness options and 2 height options:

Layer 1: The first layer is the Euro pillow top, which features pressure-relieving comfort. With two thickness options to choose from, sleepers report more pressure relief for the thicker option. In both cases, there is an exclusive Guardin™ botanical antimicrobial fabric treatment to the top layer of organic cotton. This layer features pressure relieving memory foam to help cushion the hips and shoulders.

Layer 2: Beneath this pressure relief layer, there is a middle-spine support layer, which acts in conjunction with the below middle-spine support.

Layer 3: The individually wrapped pocket coils are 4'' and wrapped in foam providing a well-balanced support structure for the spine while not aggravating pressure points.

Layer 4: 7'' of high-profile coils that resemble many traditional mattresses, providing firm support and better structure than many other options on the market.

Layer 5: A 1'' layer of base foam keeps the coils in place and a 5'' foam layer around the mattress provides the bed superior edge support.

Next, when it comes to their Latex Hybrid mattress, Saatva focuses on responsive, but balanced comfort with a generous Talalay latex layer, pocket spring support system, and other layers featuring GOTS and OEKO-TEX® certified textiles. With a more supportive, bouncier feel, their latex hybrid offers a good option to those worried about chemical sensitivities and eco-friendliness.

We'll go through what's inside their Saatva Latex Hybrid Mattress:

Layer 1: The first layer is their organic cotton cover, which is a breathable and natural option with Guardin™, their botanical antimicrobial treatment.

Layer 2: Their 100% organic New Zealand wool provides a sustainable fire barrier while providing temperature regulation and airflow to the top layer.

Layer 3: The Talalay latex layer offers an ultra-responsive, but conforming feel, which melts away pressure point pain without that 'stuck' feeling that some mention feeling with memory foam.

Layer 4: The following layer is the encased coil support layer, which features firmer coils along the edges for extra edge support, and well-balanced, supportive coils that cut down on partner disturbance while adjusting seamlessly to properly cradle the spine.

Layer 5: The last layer is an eco loft pad that anchors the bed and provides stability to the layers above for long term dutability.

Lastly, their new Memory Foam Hybrid mattress features cooling foams and pocket coils. This medium-firm mattress will provide sleepers with balanced support, while also helping to regulate temperature to keep things cool.

Let's take a look at what's inside their Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid Mattress:

Layer 1: The cover is a breathable, organic cotton that has been treated with their botanical antimicrobial treatment Guardin™. The cotton is quilted into wool and other natural materials, and features lumbar zone quilting to promote healthy spinal alignment.

Layer 2: Next is a .5'' layer of gel-infused memory foam that's strategically placed only in the center of the mattress to provide pressure relief and support to the lower back.

Layer 3: A 1.5'' layer of breathable AirCradle memory foam provides body-contouring support and pressure relief. Due to the egg crate style of this foam layer, there are natural airpockets that help with airflow.

Layer 4: The main support layer is 8'' of individually wrapped pocket coils that provide dynamic response, limit motion transfer, and help with temperature regulation by promoting airflow. The pocket coils are surrounded by a perimeter of high-density foam which provides the mattress with great edge-support.

Layer 5: 1'' of foam provides the necessary base to ensure the stability and durability of the layers above.

Overall Comfort

Most agree that the Saatva provides a luxury comfort experience in both their Classic and their Latex Hybrid. Those that do best report liking the firmness varieties in the Saatva Classic, especially side sleepers who appreciate the plush soft version. Those that are stomach sleepers may prefer the firmer Saatva Classic, while those that want a more responsive and eco-friendly experience may enjoy the Latex Hybrid.


Saatva offers three different firmness options in their Saatva Classic, while their Saatva Latex Hybrid and Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid are available in a medium-firm feel. While most average sized back and side sleepers will appreciate the Classic luxury firm option, slimmer back sleepers and stomach sleepers may do better with a softer or a firmer option.

Back Pain Relief

Saatva has been endorsed by the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations with its seal of approval, and also there is a significant number of customers that have reported feeling relief for discomfort they had from their previous mattress.


Saatva's designs focus on cool sleeping with the airy coil region and the build of the pillow top layer in their Saatva Classic, wool layer in their Saatva Latex Hybrid, and the airy pocket coils of the Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid. Most customers report comfortable sleep with only those in extremely warm settings desiring an alternative.

Who Is Saatva Perfect For?

Saatva's mattresses are great mattress for those that are looking for an extremely comfortable experience with a luxury mattress feel at a price that offers a lot of value for the quality within.


Frequently Asked Questions About Saatva

Is Saatva really a good mattress?

Saatva is highly rated by customers for its comfort, value, and firmness options. Those had that had issues mostly mentioned firmness expectations and degrading support for softer models.

What mattress is comparable to Saatva?

Other highly rated mattresses that are comparable to Saatva are online hybrid mattresses like DreamCloud, Brooklyn Bedding's Aurora, and WinkBeds.

Do Saatva mattresses sag?

Most report comfortable experiences over the long term. However, there are select reviews of degrading support for some sleepers.

Is Saatva Mattress toxic?

Saatva mattresses use CertiPUR-US® approved foams, which is a low VOC (volatile organic compound) standard including not including ozone depleters, PBDE flame retardants, mercury, lead and other heavy metals, formaldehyde, and phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Those with chemical sensitivities may require those with more rigorous certification.

Where to buy a Saatva mattress?

The best place to buy Saatva mattresses is directly through its website due to the addition of a generous trial and added perks like included white glove delivery. Additionally, it is more likely the mattress is newer when buying online vs. in-store, which may affect its durability.