Beautyrest Recharge 2016 comparison chart

Disclosure: This site receives a payment from US Mattress, Mattress Firm, Sears, or Tomorrow Sleep when you purchase a product using any links to that company in this article.

As you may have noticed, it’s difficult to comparison shop for mattresses between retailers because they often have different names for what seems to be the same exact mattress. Or, the retailer will claim their mattress is an exclusive, or their model has some feature that nobody else has that makes it different. How then will you take advantage of the price match guarantees that so many places offer? (To jump directly to the chart, click here)

The answer is you have to look at the specs of the mattress and compare layer by layer to show it’s the same mattress. But this can be very confusing for a customer (as if buying a mattress wasn’t confusing enough already). So, here I have done the work for you.

Here is a comparison chart for the 2016 Simmons Beautyrest Recharge collection. You can use this chart to cross-reference what you saw in a store with online models or models at other retailers. From there you can either go back into the store to see if they’ll price match, or just buy online. (If you’re looking for the 2017 models, click here).

There are 3 levels of Beautyrest. The classic models, the world class, and the hybrid. There are also other ones out there, like the Beautyrest Black models, but they tend to be sold the same price everywhere and often have the same name everywhere, so I didn’t bother making a chart for them. (The World Class models are being replaced by the Platinum models. They’re very similar, just different branding)

To use this chart, just look for the name of the mattress you saw, and then look horizontally across the chart to see what the equivalent model is elsewhere. You can also use the search function in the chart.

LineupUS MattressMattress FirmMacy'sSears
ClassicAdda plushAshaway Plush--
Kenosha Place Firm--Grady Firm
Kenosha Place Luxury FirmHartfield Luxury FirmMona Firm Tight TopKeeler Luxury Firm
Kenosha Place Plush-Mona Plush Tight TopKeeler Plush
Kenosha Place Luxury Firm Pillowtop-Mona Firm PillowtopMadelyn Luxury Firm Pillowtop
Kenosha Place Plush Pillowtop-Mona Plush PillowtopMadelyn Plush Pillowtop
UltraLydia Manor Extra Firm-Santa Rosa Extra FirmSt. Caroline Extra Firm
Lydia Manor Luxury Firm-Santa Rosa Firm Tight TopSt. Caroline Luxury Firm
Lydia Manor PlushVinings PlushSanta Rosa Plush Tight TopSt. Caroline Plush
Lydia Manor Luxury Firm PIllowtopSelect Bay Spring 14" PillowtopSanta Rosa Firm PillowtopSt. Martin Luxury Firm Pillowtop
Lydia Manor Plush Pillowtop-Santa Rosa Plush PillowtopSt. Martin Plush Pillowtop
Monument Valley Luxury Firm Pillowtop---
Monument Valley Plush Pillowtop---
World ClassPhillipsburg Extra Firm-Keaton Extra Firm Tight Top-
Phillipsburg Luxury Firm-Keaton Luxury Firm Tight Top-
Phillipsburg PlushResonance 13.5" Plush Keaton Plush Tight Top-
Phillipsburg Luxury Firm Pillowtop-Keaton Luxury Firm Pillowtop-
Phillipsburg Plush PillowtopProvidence 14.5" Plush PillowtopKeaton Luxury Plush Pillowtop-
Rosamund Ultra FirmBridgewater 13" Firm --
Tillingham Luxury Firm---
Tillingham Plush---
Tillingham Luxury Firm Pillowtop---
Tillingham Plush Pillowtop---

A few notes about the chart:

  • The World Class models are being phased out and replaced with Beautyrest Platinum models. The comparisons for World Class models will be a little spotty until that switch is complete.
  • Sometimes the models won’t be an exact match. A retailer might put some kind of small exclusive feature in the mattress to make it different, but this generally doesn’t change how the mattress feels
  • When comparing prices, make sure you’re comparing the correct size and boxspring option.
  • This chart does not have the Beautyrest Black models, because they tend to be sold under the same name and same price everywhere.
  • If comparison shopping is too much of a hassle, check out Tomorrow Sleep. It’s made by the same company that makes Beautyrest, but it’s a direct-to-consumer model and it has a free return policy. Here is my Tomorrow Sleep review.

My chart focused on the largest retailers both online and brick-and-mortar. I obviously can’t include the hundreds of small mom-and-pop mattress retailers (who also all have their own name for the mattresses), so if the mattress you saw is not on this chart, I have a contact form on my Comparison Shopping Service page. I will find the comparable models to what you saw for free.

Disclosure: This site receives a payment from US Mattress, Mattress Firm, Sears, or Tomorrow Sleep when you purchase a product using any links to that company in this article.

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Dave Pawloski Says

March 25, 2018 at 5:46 pm

hi -- im trying to find a beautyrest recharge platinum collection wind point luxury firm mattress --- no luck. has this model, wind point, been discontinued? if so, what has taken its place -- thanks ... dave

Gina Lucchesi Says

March 23, 2018 at 7:46 am

Comparison for the Beautyrest RC Madelyn full size mattress.

Gina Lucchesi Says

March 23, 2018 at 7:32 am

I am looking for the Beautyrest Recharge Madelyn Mattress full size a friend purchased this mattress in 2016. Is this mattress still available for purchase and where? If not available what mattress is equivalent to the Beautyrest Recharge Madelyn Mattress .

Mike Rose Says

January 27, 2018 at 5:32 pm

Greetings, I'm looking to purchase a Beautyrest Legend Bradford PTPL mattress. I wish to purchase it online from the Military Exchange. The exchange mattresses have different names. Can you help me cross reference? Thank you Mike Rose

Shelagh Dodge Says

January 20, 2018 at 6:05 pm

Do you know what the equivalent mattress to the Beautyrest recharge signature select is in canada ? We slept on this mattress while visiting relative in California in nov. 2017 and they had just purchased this mattress at Mattress Firm . We loved it , buy cannot find the mattress in nova scotia canada. There is a beautyrest charge jasper at The Bay.

MattressNerd Says

December 29, 2017 at 11:01 am

They're the newer versions, yes. There are usually small changes in the mattress every 2 years or so.

Don campos Says

December 29, 2017 at 9:31 am

Hi, I am looking at the beauty rest phillipsburg plush pillow top but all I can find is the phillipsburg ll. Plush pillow top. I assume it's just a newer version but can't find anything explaining the difference. Do you know??? Love your comparison charts, have used many times. Thank you

MattressNerd Says

December 7, 2017 at 12:54 pm

Thanks for writing. That's a Beautyrest World Class (BRWC), PT means Pillowtop, but I'm not sure what "VF" stands for. I assume "F" stands for "Firm." So the most similar on this 2016 comparison chart would be the Phillipsburg Luxury Firm Pillowtop. Note it won't be an exact match, since the one you purchased before is 5 years older than this model. The newest model is on my 2017 comparison chart, it's the same as the Gabriella Luxury Firm Pillowtop and ones in that row.

Sher Says

December 7, 2017 at 11:27 am

Looking for the same mattress I purchased in 2011 the tag says HMB VFPT BRWC Woodbury Plush Innerspring. Any thoughts on what that will be called now?

Debbie schmitz Says

November 27, 2017 at 1:48 pm

Looking for a comparison of a Beautyrest elite Jamaica firm pillow top mattress

MattressNerd Says

November 13, 2017 at 3:01 pm

That's an older model, so you are unlikely to find the exact same one. The most similar one you'll find these days is the Charcoal Coast Plush and the ones in that row on my 2017 Beautyrest Comparison Chart.

Charles A Holmes Says

November 13, 2017 at 10:13 am

My wife slept on a Beauty rest recharge ultra collection danika plush while visiting a friend this summer. She said it was the best mattress she had ever slept on. We need a new mattress for ourselves now and I can't fine this mattress. Have they changed the name ? HELP

David Smyth Says

November 10, 2017 at 10:52 am

Hi, I stayed at a Best Western Plus in Montreal, and slept on a "Simmons Beautyrest Monarch Recharge with Pillowtop." I copied this down exactly from the tag on the mattress, and the tag didn't say if it was plush or firm. Do you know the name of an equivalent mattress? Thank you!

Lisa Reilly Says

August 25, 2017 at 4:29 pm

What is the Macy's (or other retailer) equivalent product to Sears' Beautyrest Recharge Queen Pillowtop Plush. No longer available at Sears. Bought one there in 2014 and would like to get the same model now but can't find it).

MattressNerd Says

August 9, 2017 at 8:21 pm

The closest model is now the Keaton at Macy's. It's also similar to the other World Class or Platinum luxury firm models at other stores.

Vlad Morosan Says

August 8, 2017 at 11:17 pm

Hi, Very helpful site! We've been house sitting at a friends' condo and my wife loves the Beautyrest Vanderbilt Collection Recharge Wold Class Teagan Luxury Firm mattress, which they say they bought at Macy's a few years ago. We have searched for this model online with no success. Can you help us find an equivalent? We're about to move into a new house, and we trashed our old mattress. We have a CalKing headboard.

Jeff Says

August 1, 2017 at 9:44 pm

I looked at a few of the websites you recommend here for no risk online shopping and several look like they may only carry one mattress and they are all foam. What is the difference in product feel and durability between 100% foam and the hybrids that have coils and a few inches of foam on top? Are these companies only selling foam in one style because it is an efficient business model or is there something different about foam that makes it the wave of the future?

Jeff Says

August 1, 2017 at 9:40 pm

Thank you for your comparison chart for the 2016 beautyrest recharge line. My wife liked both the World Class Resonance Plush and the Select Bay Spring Luxury Firm Pillowtop when she tried them in a store. Thanks to your chart we found them cheaper at under different names. I sleep in different positions and my wife is a side sleeper. Which is the better mattress for side sleeping? Also, is the pillowtop less durable in terms of long term comfort? Phillipsburg Plush - Keaton Plush Tight Top Resonance 13.5" Plush Lydia Manor Luxury Firm PIllowtop St. Martin Luxury Firm Pillowtop Santa Rosa Firm Pillowtop Select Bay Spring 14" Pillowtop

MattressNerd Says

July 12, 2017 at 7:05 am

They're roughly similar in quality. They use different materials, but it's hard to say one is clearly better than the other.

sharon morris Says

July 11, 2017 at 12:44 pm

We were able to get the desperate sales guy down to 2,000 with tax and delivery for the Beautyrest Bradford legend which is from what I'm hearing a steal for the San Francisco bay area, but I'm concerned that I dont see any information confirming its juts as good as the Katarina Black which we got quoted at 2,500. I now we are getting an amazing deal for this mattress but is it really as good as the black?

MattressNerd Says

June 17, 2017 at 4:16 pm

It's not unheard of for a mattress to have body impressions after a week, but an inch is a bit extreme. It's usually more like a half inch. However, the threshold for a warranty claim is an inch and a half, so I don't know whether they'll do anything about it.

Tim Says

June 17, 2017 at 9:40 am

hello there... we purchased the Beautyrest World Class Recharge Bridgewater Firm mattress (queen size) about a week ago. within 3 days the top of the mattress appears to be dipping about 1" or so in the areas where we sleep. is it normal for a memory foam mattress to "remember" where you sleep or should it be rebounding to the original flat condition after we get out of bed? thanks in advance!

Jessica Says

May 22, 2017 at 12:38 pm

What does the Simmons Beautyrest Legend Firm (2014/2015) compare to?

MattressNerd Says

May 14, 2017 at 10:26 am

Yes and yes. You can compare prices on my updated 2017 comparison chart.

Joseph LI Says

May 14, 2017 at 1:49 am

Hello, Is [2017NEW]Simmons Beautyrest Silver Summer Sizzle Plush Pillow Top = Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Silver Summer Sizzle Plush Pillowtop = CHARCOAL COAST PLUSH PILLOW TOP ? Is [2017NEW]Simmons Beautyrest Silver Night Sky SPT Plush Pillow Top = Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Silver Night Sky Plush Pillowtop Twin Mattress = OPEN SEAS PLUSH PILLOW TOP ? Thanks!

elana Says

March 11, 2017 at 5:16 pm

Do you know other names of the beautyrest recharge extra firm leah (name was from 3 years ago)? thanks!!

Melinda Says

February 27, 2017 at 11:20 am

Went back to Jordan's to try the latex Asana and we weren't too excited about it- possibly not soft enough. The salesman steered us to the Beautyrest Desiree Black Plush which felt very nice in the store. We had returned the Mariela Plush Black because it was too firm and the Desiree felt better but when I checked USMattress for their comfort rating for these two I was surprised that the Mariela Plush was a 5 and the Desiree Plush was a 5.5. I'm scared that the Desiree Plush will also be way too firm for me. We still have the Stearns and Foster GS South Manor Plush Pillowtop and I can sleep on my side with no pain, but if I sleep on my back I get some lower back pain and forget about sleeping on my stomach. So for the long haul, I think this mattress is too soft (rated an 8 on US Mattress). When we tested the Beautyrest Legend Plush at Mattressfirm, it felt good, but there's no way to compare that on the Comfort scale rating so I'm not sure how it compares to the Desiree Plush or the S&F we currently have. What do you think of the Legend Plush vs the Desiree Plush? Both really expensive and we don't want to make another mistake. Willing to pay these prices for comfort and sleep!

MattressNerd Says

February 17, 2017 at 5:37 pm

That's a high quality mattress, but rather expensive. If you're interested in a latex mattress, check out my Spindle review here.

Melinda Says

February 16, 2017 at 12:51 pm

Also going to try the Pranasleep Asana Plush 6.2. Any opinions on this latex mattress? We had tried it before and it seemed comfortable in the store but we were unsure about latex mattresses so bought a conventional innerspring instead, but that has not worked out so well for us so far.

Melinda Says

February 16, 2017 at 9:34 am

yes we did try Tempurpedic and neither my husband nor myself liked the feel of them. We are going back to Macys to try the Hotel Collection by Aireloom 13" Vitagenic Copper Gel Streamline Plush Mattress. We can't find any reviews of this mattress and are wary that it is only sold at Macys. Do you know anything about this mattress?

MattressNerd Says

February 12, 2017 at 3:03 pm

I'm not a big fan of most Stearns and Foster mattresses. I feel they're overpriced for what you get. The Legends models are alright, but they're also quite expensive and you still may end up with indentations on them too. Have you tried out the Tempurpedic models? They feel very different from the traditional mattresses, but they are more resistant to sags.

Melinda Says

February 11, 2017 at 10:17 pm

Hi- so happy to find this site! I need help! My husband and I purchased the Beautyrest Black Mariela Plush Queen mattress and found it way too firm- I am a side sleeper and it gave me terrible pain. We returned it and then purchased the Stearns and Foster GS Exclusive South Manor Plush Pillowtop which is much softer but after 1 week formed an indentation on my side that is at least 1/2" and is noticeable. The edge on my side is a little higher so if you move your hand across it's not flat. I have been sleeping on my husband's side of the bed now which is much better but he is also bothered by the indentation. It's only been 3 weeks so we are in the trial stage but now I'm scared to try another mattress. This one is soft but I'm scared that pillowtops will form these indentations which I can't sleep with. I also very occasionally roll onto my stomach and this seems to give me a backache in this position but my main sleeping position is side and my husband's is side and back and a little on stomach. We went to Mattressfirm today and tried the Stearns and Foster GS Exclusive River Place Plush but think it might be too firm. Then we tried the Beautyrest Legends Plush which seemed nice but I have read a lot of negative things online about this mattress. We were told that Mattressfirm just started selling it again in the past few weeks (used to be sold by Sleepys). The salesman said we will have to pay $149 to trade in our current one to either get a replacement of the same one and hope this one works or try a new mattress but whichever one we choose, we have to keep at that point. I'm disappointed that they are charging us even though this mattress has an indent after just a few weeks! Since it is not a 1 1/2 " indent they said it wouldn't be covered under warranty. Such craziness. I wanted to know if the version of the Legends Plush they are selling is any different than older versions and whether or not you would recommend it vs trying another Stearns and Foster South Manor or if you have any other suggestions, we would love to hear! Thank you.

Tommy Says

February 1, 2017 at 3:05 pm

Awesome - thanks for your help!

MattressNerd Says

January 27, 2017 at 8:49 pm

I am unable to find the Wayfair equivalent. They have a step up that's an extra inch thicker, but it's not the same mattress. If you can find a Beautyrest Ultra (with 850 coils in a queen) that's a Firm Pillowtop and 14" thick, it's the same one. On Wayfair, I only found the 15" version, which few places carry. (It's the equivalent to the Monument Valley Luxury Firm on my chart).

Tommy Says

January 24, 2017 at 10:41 am

This is a great site! Was hoping you might be able to help me identify the Wayfair equivalent of Mattress Firm's "Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Signature Select Bay Spring 14" Pillow Top Mattress". I have narrowed it down to a few but am drawing blanks. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

S Kumar Says

January 22, 2017 at 11:45 pm

What do you think about Beautyrest Recharge St. Caroline Luxury firm. As per your chart they are equivalent to Lydia Manor II with US Mattresses. US M says 93 lbs weight but Sears says 116 lbs. Is there any difference BCZ of weight OR both are equal. Price is less $80.00 with US M. Appreciate your feedback! Thanks!

Lisa Says

January 22, 2017 at 7:08 pm

Hi, I love the information on your website! We are looking at the Elkhart Lake Luxury Firm Full Mattress at Steinhafels. But, it's sold out and discontinued in store. Using your 2016 chart, can you verify if it was comparable to the classic lineup/style the Kenosha Place II Full Luxury Firm? or is it in the ultra lineup/style? Do you have any thoughts on this mattress for a 3 year old boy? Also, will you be posting a similar chart for 2017 soon? Do you know what the new version of Elkhart lake will be? How similar are replacement styes? Thank you for any input! Lisa

Jeff Says

December 22, 2016 at 4:45 pm

Hi, We had a Simmons Beautyrest World Class Sequoia Plush mattress that we liked. Do you know what Simmons currently manufactures that would be equivalent? Thanks, Jeff

Nancy Says

December 9, 2016 at 10:56 pm

Hi there! Great site! I am looking for the equivalent to Jordan's beautyrest spadra mattress. Is it the same as a Glimmer on Sears? Thanks!

Rada Says

December 7, 2016 at 10:43 pm

Hello, I was trying to figure out what Beautyrest Platinum Agatha Luxury Firm Pillowtop compares to and if it's a good mattress Thank you

MattressNerd Says

December 6, 2016 at 12:49 pm

The W Hotel mattresses are more like the mid-range Beautyrests, not the World Class models, unless they've changed it very recently. I used to work at a store that sold the W collection and the specs were almost identical to the mid-range Beautyrests we had at the time. But on a completely different note, you're getting a very firm mattress from Mattress Firm, while the W Hotel Pillowtop will be a lot softer. So the mattress just won't feel the same.

leandro Says

December 2, 2016 at 11:18 am

Hello, We purchased a king size SIMMONS BEAUTYREST World Class Bridgewater 13.5" Firm Mattress at Mattress Firm for $1000 (clearance). It hasn't been delivered yet so we can still have our money back. We came across a W HOTEL PILLOW TOP BED for a much better price online. This is also made by SIMMONS BEAUTYREST. How do these two mattress compare? If we wanted to try something similar to the W BED in a store, what would that be? Which would be the equivalent of the W BED (pillow top) in the SIMMONS BEAUTYREST? We will only use the mattress for 18 months so long lifetime is not a big issue, but quality sleep is! Thank you MattressNerd!

MattressNerd Says

November 26, 2016 at 10:41 pm

Mattress Firm has an exclusive 50 extra coils in their lower end Beautyrest mattresses. That's 6% more coils; it does not make a big difference. The foam layers are identical to the other ones in the row.

Narayan Says

November 26, 2016 at 10:10 pm

Hi, Appreciate your efforts in putting together this info, its providing lots of insights. I am looking to the ultra version of luxury firm listed in beautyrest website , but couldn't find them in the nearby mattress firm stores, though the sites routes to the mattress firm stores nearby and they don't carry them. Appreciate any input on where to get them.. When i took a close look at the spec it looks very similar to the Lydia Manor II Luxury Firm. Also when i went to the nearest mattress firm store noticed that spec of Hartfield Luxury Firm version's coil density is 850 when compared to the Kenosha Place II Luxury Firm which is only 800 ( The layers seems to be similar, does coil density difference of 50 alters comfort/support level significantly ?. Appreciate your inputs, as i am planning to buy one before the Blackfriday week deals get over i.e tomorrow 27th Nov.

MattressNerd Says

November 13, 2016 at 12:03 pm

Neither one will be identical. It's certainly not the "luxury firm" one though. It would be the Phillipsburg Extra Firm if anything, since that uses the layer of the "luxury firm comfort foam," which is quite firm.

MattressNerd Says

November 13, 2016 at 12:00 pm

It's on there. Use control+f to search for it if you don't see it.

Diego Says

November 12, 2016 at 8:42 pm

Hi, The table shows that the Bridgewater 13' Firm is equivalent to the Rosamund Ultra Firm, however, the US-mattress site claims that the World Class Phillipsburg II Luxury Firm Mattress is the one equivalent to the Bridgewater. Here is the link, I went to a store and really really liked the Bridgewater, but it was not cheap at all ($1699) and i would like to buy it online given the potential to find a better price. The thing is that I am now confused as to which of the two is the one that is similar. Any clue? Thks

Rick Says

November 12, 2016 at 10:16 am

Thanks for the website, MattressNerd, I just bought a Macy's Keaton (queen) mattress, which is meant to be a World Class Recharge Luxury Plush Pillowtop. The tag says Vanderbilt, which I guess appears on all Macy's Beautyrest mattresses. Where does this appear on your comparison chart?

MattressNerd Says

November 11, 2016 at 1:18 pm

That line has been discontinued. Most places switched it out in 2015, though Sleepy's held on to it until Mattress Firm bought them.

Kristen Says

November 10, 2016 at 8:57 pm

My friend had a Beautyrest recharge Shakespeare Luxury Firm he bought at Sleepy's. This is what I'm looking for now, but I'm going crazy trying to find the equivalent. Would you please tell me, since Macy's doesn't carry Allie anymore, what is the closest equivalent? Also, are you at all familiar with The Mattress Factory?

llamamanc Says

November 10, 2016 at 4:01 pm

Any comments on the difference between the Queen Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Hybrid Sondra Luxury Firm Mattress that US Mattress sells and Macy's Beautyrest World Class 3.0 cushion firm mattress?

Rick Antinori Says

November 1, 2016 at 7:42 pm

We found a beautyrest Palm Springs, Ultra recharge extra firm, king size mattress for 1499. This comes with the box springs. I then found a Beautyrest Melany, Ultra Recharge, extra firm, king Mattress on Amazon for less than 600.00. Are these the same mattresses?

Barbara Thomas Says

October 27, 2016 at 12:23 pm

Hi, I purchased a Simmons Beautyrest Black Katherine a couple of years ago and love that mattress. However, I now spend most of my time at my parents' house helping them and I live in a basement studio apartment there. I need a new mattress desperately for the apartment, but I don't want to spend as much on a mattress as the Black models cost, so I'm looking at the Beautyrest Recharge models. I am a side sleeper and like a pillow-top plush support model. However, I am wondering if I should go with a slightly firmer support, like the luxury firm models since I also spend a lot of time just sitting on the bed watching tv or reading. Do you have any recommendations? I would appreciate any suggestions. Thank you so much, Barb

MattressNerd Says

October 14, 2016 at 6:52 am

They're not exactly the same. They use the same coils, but the foams have changed a little. They're very similar, though.

Jake Says

October 12, 2016 at 8:38 pm

Hello - is the only difference between these mattresses the "Quilt - Top of Mattress"? I don't understand the difference so was curious if you knew anything about it. We tried the Providence at Sleepys and really liked it but you mentioned the Platinum was the same thing just re-branded so given it is $500 less we'd prefer to get the Platinum if it was the same. Providence - Platinum - Thanks! Jake

MattressNerd Says

October 4, 2016 at 12:41 pm

That's the same as the Kenosha Place Plush Pillowtop on my chart.

John Says

October 3, 2016 at 7:12 am

Hi MattressNerd, I'm looking at a Closeout: Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Hughesdale Plush Pillowtop Mattress Set and was hoping that you might be able to provide me with some insight regarding the year it was manufactured and quality. Also, what does it compare to? Thanks

David Says

September 27, 2016 at 3:01 pm

Glad I stumbled upon your site. It's been very helpful! 2 quick questions... 1) I was at Sleepys and the sales rep was offering me the floor model of the ("Beautyrest Ultimate: Plush Boxtop") that they were clearing for the newer model. It was on sale for $4149.99 and down to $1254.87 for floor model. Not sure if there is anymore to the name/model but can't pull it up online anywhere. Do you know what the new version of this one is or if its called anything else at another store? and what's your take on 'floor models' in general? 2) I'm also considering the Simmons Beautyrest Recharge World Class Providence Plush Pillow Top Mattress (which seems to be exact same thing as the Phillipsburg II?). Are they actually identical? or if there is a choice between the 2 is one slightly newer/better than the other? or is there another mattress you would recommend that is essentially the same as these but better quality? Thank you very much!

MattressNerd Says

September 25, 2016 at 12:48 pm

Yes, the current models are the same, though new models came out in 2015 so it might not be identical to the one you got in 2014.

Valerie Fates Says

September 22, 2016 at 2:08 pm

Is the Sear's Madelyn Plush Pillowtop comparable to Sleeptrain's 800 plush pillowtop? I have an 800 from sleeptrain from 2014, and want to upgrade to a queen size.

Fran Says

September 18, 2016 at 2:35 pm

Just wanted to say thank you for this site. We were ready to pull the trigger on a new mattress for our guest room yesterday at Mattress Firm after learning my 92 year old uncle would be coming for a surprise visit next weekend, but hesitated at the last moment. Thank goodness! By checking your comparison chart, we saved $500 on the mattress, as well as the tax and delivery fee by purchasing the same mattress from US Mattress. I will be sending anyone who utters the word 'mattress' in my presence to this site. THANK YOU!

Mark Says

September 10, 2016 at 10:13 pm

Hi Mattress Guru..... I am a 200lb stomach sleeper in need of your advice. I live in SoCal and visited a local mattress chain named Sit & Sleep. They have their mattresses firmness labeled 1-4 (soft-ultra firm) I found that I prefer a firmness of 3. I found 3 Mattresses in the Beautyrest Platinum and Recharge series. Can you give me the equivalent names to: Phenomenon Keeney Meredith Thank you for your assistance and this site. I found it very informative and useful.

MattressNerd Says

September 7, 2016 at 9:43 am

That's the same as the ones in the row that starts with Kenosha Place Firm.

Diana Says

September 6, 2016 at 2:42 pm

I was at Sleep Train and was interested in the Beautyrest recharge 800 firm. I was just wondering if there was an equivalent on it for the firmness. As I have a birth defect in my back I have to be really careful with that.

JS Says

September 3, 2016 at 5:14 pm

I just bought a Beautyrest Recharge Shakespeare Luxury Firm for 650 including delivery, disposal of the old mattress, 2 standard pillows, and 2 bedgear pillows. Did I get a good deal? They off

Heather Says

September 3, 2016 at 4:56 pm

did you find an answer to this? i'm also curious

AP Says

August 1, 2016 at 4:10 pm

Hi - Does anyone know what the equivalent Macys Beautyrest Black bed is to The Luxury Collection (Starwood Hotel Shop) mattress and standard boxspring? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you,

MattressNerd Says

July 22, 2016 at 9:24 am

Having more coils in the top will not reduce the lfiespan of the mattress. In fact, coils are more durable than foam, which would otherwise be there. There is no equivalent to the Legends at Sleepy's. That's only sold at Sleepy's.

Elena Says

July 22, 2016 at 2:16 am

Hello MattresNerd! What is Your opinion about Beautyrest Recharge mattresses from Bed Bath & Beyond? For example Windchase Plush Pillow Top. What should I compare it to? Or may be I shoud get Sealy Posturepedic® Aldercrest Plush Euro Pillowtop? Thank You!

Dave Says

July 20, 2016 at 10:31 am

In 2012, I purchased a Beautyrest World Class Lucetta Plus Firm Queen size mattress. It's a great mattress, and I love it, but I need to purchase a King mattress. What's the closest equivalent to this model mattress? On US-Mattress, they have a new model called the Tilllingham II, which has an additional layer of coil springs for added comfort. What's your input? Does the higher coil count reduce lifespan of the mattress? I checked out a Sleepys Legends Luxury firm mattress which I also liked, what is this most equivalent to? I like firm / hard mattress, but since I sleep on my side sometimes, I need something with a more plush feel. Thanks again for your feedback.

Jay Says

July 19, 2016 at 9:34 pm

What is comparable at US mattress to the beautyrest "Alcove" at mattress firm?

MattressNerd Says

July 16, 2016 at 5:37 pm

Thanks for using my full title. :-p More than just being a big guy, being a stomach sleeper dictates that you need something a bit firmer. If you're on your back, it's kind of okay to sink into the mattress like a hammock slightly. You can lean a little forward without causing issues. When you're on your stomach though, you'd be bending backwards, and that's just not how the human body is designed. I'd recommend something firmer. The hybrid would be a step in the right direction vs the pillowtop. I'd recommend trying a similar mattress in a store before buying it from Groupon, though. They don't have a return policy.

Petey Says

July 13, 2016 at 7:50 pm

Gracious Mattress Nerd Guru, I'm looking for a mattress on the firmer side, I'm a bigger guy, and I sleep on my stomach. Groupon has a Queen Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Ultra Jalisco Luxury Firm Pillow-Top Mattress Set with boxspring for 1,000 and a Simmons Beautyrest Shannock Luxury Firm Mattress Set which is a hybrid for 1600. Wasn't sure being a big guy if I should skip a pillow top or if a hybrid is actually that much better. Couldn't make heads or tails comparing the specs. Any words of wisdom are greatly appreciated. Thank you for what you do!

MattressNerd Says

July 12, 2016 at 12:26 am

The Loom and Leaf feels more like the Rhapsody Luxe than the Cloud Luxe. Even the "relaxed firm" has a very dense feel to it.

Shortone411 Says

July 11, 2016 at 3:51 pm

Thank you for the quick response!! We are now thinking about a Loom and Leaf. I know you prefer the Leesa, but my husband likes the soft feel of the Tempur cloud Luxe to which they compare themselves. He has bad lower back pain. If you know that it would be a poor choice please let me know. Ps. This site is great as is your advice.

MattressNerd Says

July 10, 2016 at 1:40 pm

I'm personally partial to how the Posturepedic hybrids feel over the Beautyrest hybrids. But in the end, it's whichever one felt the best to you. Whichever one you can lie on in one position without feeling the need to change positions due to a lack of support or lack of comfort would be best.

MattressNerd Says

July 10, 2016 at 1:39 pm

Not exactly the same. The Beautyrest Black Hybrid models are only at Mattress Firm and its subsidiary Sleep Train. Most Beautyrest Hybrids use the same coils and foam as the World Class models. Art Van and Sleepy's use a different coil system than either in their Beautyrest hybrids. They will all be similar in feel and quality, but not the exact same.

Shortone411 Says

July 9, 2016 at 2:47 pm

An earlier post states that the Beautyrest Gladney Hybrid is sold only at Mattress Firm (for a hefty price). Are there comparable or similarly constructed hybrid mattresses that are more affordable, esp for a spouse with chronic back pain? Online is fine. Thanks so much - this site is extremely educational.

Andrea Says

July 8, 2016 at 3:27 am

We're in the market for a new mattress and currently have about an 8 year old Englander that is starting to sag and no one carries them where we live so j don't think a warranty will work. We've been attracted to the feel of the hybrids and the ones that have surfaced to the top are the Beautyrest reharge hybrid luxury firm Lilian and Messala, and the sealy copper cushion firm. We like the feel of the Beautyrest better but some reviews on consumer reports and other places say they aren't durable and show sagging early. On salesperson looked up the warranty and it said it had to be a sag of 1.5 inches or more before they would do a refund which she said would never happen because you'd be in a lot of pain before that time. I'm wondering if you know much about the Beautyrest Lilian model and how it might compare to the sealy copper cushion firm in terms of quality and warranty.

MattressNerd Says

July 4, 2016 at 6:56 am

Beautyrest Black doesn't really go on sale very much, and the 4th of July sale is one of the better sales of the year. I wouldn't expect it much less, or any less, around thanksgiving. If that's the mattress that felt best, you should get it.

Nancy Says

July 4, 2016 at 3:41 am

Hello, I'm looking to compare the Simmons beautyrest recharge jalisco ultra luxury firm mattress set to another similar matress at a local store, but do not see it anywhere. im looking to purchase the Jalisco online but want to test out a comparable matress in person first.

shankar Says

July 4, 2016 at 12:09 am

Hi MatressNerd, do you have any opinion on the Beautyrest Black Katarina Luxury firm pillowtop? It is a good mattress? Right now seeling at USMattress for around $2100, I checked it out at Sears store and felt really good. Any equivalent cheaper mattresses or should I expect cheaper prices during thanksgiving?

WhichOne:) Says

July 3, 2016 at 6:47 am

Are the Beautyrest Wellington and Okauchee 2016 models? Which do you recommend for longer durability and a better night's sleep?

T Says

July 2, 2016 at 7:44 pm

Hello what compares to a Black Collection Beautyrest Lydia Extra Firm? Also What is the difference between that and the Beautyrest Recharge Lydia Manor II Extra Firm?

sam Says

June 4, 2016 at 8:27 am

Thanks for the great site! What is a reasonable price to pay for a king size Allie set - vanderbilt collection?

MattressNerd Says

June 2, 2016 at 3:52 pm

That would be the same as the ones on my comparison chart in the row that begins with Lydia Manor Plush Pillowtop

Randy Says

June 2, 2016 at 3:18 pm

Mattress Nerd, Thank You, this is a VERY helpful resource. My mother fell in love with a bed at a beach rental recently. I have all the info from the mattress tag, and am trying to match it to someplace I can purchase from. I've received various info from dealers and i'm hoping you can provide clarity! the mattress tag says - Beauty Rest Recharge Ultra Collection Pemberton Plush Pillow Top Model # from Simmons Tag - 700360440-1060 Prototype ID MPD101 According to the Tag the mattress was manufactured 7/1/2015, so this is a current model, can you match the "Pemberton" name to the same model sold from another outlet? (specifically US Mattress) any info you have would be really appreciated, thanks Randy

MattressNerd Says

May 31, 2016 at 11:23 am

Yes, they're the same.

Terence Says

May 31, 2016 at 6:32 am

Good morning, I wanna ask are they the same brand and model: 1) Jaelyn Extra Firm 2) Simmons Beautyrest Recharge World Class Phillipsburg II Extra Firm Queen Size Mattress Thank you.

MattressNerd Says

May 30, 2016 at 7:24 am

Nope, the Black Hybrids are just sold at Mattress Firm and its subsidiaries. Other places will have the regular Beautyrest Hybrid models (except Sleepy's on the East coast, which will have the Phenom Crossover models). There are also the regular Black models (not hybrid) which will have a similar construction, but just without the "flat top" that hybrids generally have.

Ben Says

May 30, 2016 at 5:07 am

Does the Black Series Hybrid Gladney (from Mattress Firm) have another name?

MattressNerd Says

May 21, 2016 at 9:28 am

Thanks for writing. You have to compare to the Lydia Manor Extra Firm, not the luxury firm. You'll find the 0.75 inch layer of gel foam and the 1 inch layer of firm comfort foam there.

John Burleigh Says

May 18, 2016 at 8:59 pm

Mattress Nerd, I'm looking at two mattresses. You previously confirmed the Recharge 850 Firm is in the line of the Lydia Manor firm. One is priced lower than the other. As I look at the specs of the two it does seem there are some differences between them. It's all greek to me but I'm wondering if you could take a look at the following specs and let me know which appears to be a better quality and/or more expensive mattress (if any). Thanks in advance... Mattress A - Lydia Manor II Luxury Firm ("Ultra Series") Mattress Height: 13" King Width: 76" Length: 80" Weight: 110 lbs Surface Cool Fiber 1 1/4" AirFeel Foam 1 " Luxury Firm Comfort Foam Comfort - Padding Layers 1 1/2" GelTouch Foam AirCool Memory Foam center 1/3rd support Correct Back Support System 850 Series Beautyrest Pocketed Coil 1 1/2" Energy Foam Coil Gauge: 13 Ventilated AirCool BeautyEdge Foam Encasement Box Spring - Foundation (optional) StableSupport Foundation How to pick your Box Spring - Foundation Regular Box Spring: 9" Low Profile Box Spring: 5.5" Coil Count: King 1097 Mattress B: Recharge 850 Firm ("Pacific Series") •Mattress Height/Thickness: 10.75" • No Flip or Rotate Design • Coil .083 13.75 gauge • Edge Support .086 13.5 gauge • Comfort Layer:SurfaceCool Fiber™, .75" Gel Touch Foam – Transflexion, 1" Luxury Firm Comfort Foam – Transflexion, .375" AirCool Memory Foam, .5 Energy Foam – Transflexion • Support Layer: Beautyrest Pocketed Coil, Ventilated AirCool BeautyEdge, Coil Density: T 493, F 682, Q 850, CK 1127, EK 1097, 1.5" Energy Foam – Transflexion

Dan Says

May 18, 2016 at 6:06 pm

Thanks very much! Extremely helpful

MattressNerd Says

May 18, 2016 at 2:04 pm

Not any more than the other major brands, as long as you're comparing it to something that's lower priced. A $2000 Stearns and Foster will have roughly the same durability as a $1400 mattress of another major brand, like Beautyrest or Posturepedic. You should expect a S&F to last maybe 6 or 7 years before it's no longer comfortable and starting to sag.

Dan Says

May 17, 2016 at 7:53 pm

Thanks for the quick reply! It actually felt the best. I do not really care about their advertisement materials. However we are very concerned about the mattress sagging over time. Is this something S&F is known for? Thanks again!

MattressNerd Says

May 17, 2016 at 3:41 pm

I'm not a big fan of S&F because they tend to be very overpriced for what you get. You pay a lot more for things like "silk-infused fabric" and "New Zealand wool" which don't actually help you sleep better. Then again, if it felt the best, maybe it's worth it. For the warranty, as long as your mattress is on a rigid surface it should be fine. If it's sitting on an old boxspring, they may void the warranty.

Dan Says

May 17, 2016 at 12:00 pm

Hello MattressNerd! Both my wife and I suffer from back issues so we must be very careful when choosing a mattress. After testing we liked the G.S. Stearns Tinsley Luxury Firm Euro Pillowtop at sleepys. We believe it may be similar to Stearns & Foster La Sardina at Raymour & Flanigan as they feel identical. BUT we are very concerned about S&F getting the lowest customer satisfaction ratings! We also liked the Simmons Beautyrest Black Katarina Luxury Firm Pillowtop at R&F but found it a bit softer than we needed and other Simmons felt too firm. Would you have any advice between the Stearns Tinsley (or La Sardina) vs the Simmons Katarina? Do you know if there is a Simmons or other respectable brand that would be similar to these Stearns, meaning just a tinny bit firmer than the Katarina? On a side note, the warranty for S&F is very concerning. From a chat I had, the mattress comes with the 10 years warranty no matter if you purchase the box spring or not. HOWEVER if you do not purchase their box spring and a defect happens the warranty can be void! “If over time the mattress has a defect and you did not purchase the mattress box spring, S&F may not honor your warranty because the mattress doesn't have the " proper " foundation support, the matching box spring so it could void the warranty replacement”. o_0

MattressNerd Says

May 15, 2016 at 9:22 pm

That is the Lydia Manor firm.

John Burleigh Says

May 15, 2016 at 12:31 am

Thanks so much for your time on this! I'm looking to buy what "Sleep Train" calls the Beautyrest Recharge 850 Firm. On the bed tag itself it says "Pacific Series."What would this compare to on the chart? Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

May 5, 2016 at 9:42 pm

The first one is equivalent to the ones in the row that starts with Lydia Manor Firm Pillowtop. For the next two, those are either new models, or there just isn't enough information to compare. I'm not sure which ones those are.

Renee Says

May 5, 2016 at 7:41 pm

Thank you so much for your valuable resource for confused mattress shoppers! Any insight on where the Wesley would fall in your chart? Do you have any insight on how it would compare with the Brooklyn II or Bailey II hybrids that are "end of line"?

MattressNerd Says

April 25, 2016 at 3:09 pm

The Maddyn at overstock is the same as the ones on the chart in the row that begins with Kenosha Place Luxury Firm.

Charu Says

April 25, 2016 at 6:13 am

Hi, Thanks for compiling the comparisons! I wish there was a law against being able to use all these different names in order to help protect consumers! Do you know where the Beautyrest Recharge Luxury Firm Maddyn mattress falls in your chart? Thanks!

Raymond Riker Says

April 24, 2016 at 5:19 pm

Thank you very much for your reply.

MattressNerd Says

April 24, 2016 at 1:01 pm

The Evie will be called the same thing everywhere, but it's a few years old and it's being phased out. The Vivianne is a newer model and will be similar to the Evie.

Raymond Riker Says

April 23, 2016 at 6:35 pm

I could sure use some help ASAP, as i put a deposit on a SIMMONS BEAUTYREST Simmons Beautyrest Black Evie Luxury Firm Pillow Top Mattress Details Item# 452 That one is at City Mattress and i was told it is the Newest, Top of the Line Mattress set From Simmons. I Also went to Macy's and was shown a Beautyrest Black Vivianne Luxury Firm Pillow Top Mattress Sets and i was told that THIS is the newest, latest greatest Simmons? Is one newer and/or better then the other? Please help... I'm SOOO Confused and i already put down a $400.00 deposit :( Thank you in advance for your help.

Beth Says

April 18, 2016 at 7:17 am

what is recommended for a bed frame for the simmons beautyrest, pillow top? Sears has a Madelyn plush at a very good price,. the frame we have is metal with 3 metal slats.

MattressNerd Says

April 12, 2016 at 9:58 am

The "same thing" won't exist. A lot has changed in the past 16 years. The foams and coils are different. Since I first joined the industry 8 years ago, I don't know exactly what lineup that one 16 years ago would've been most similar to, unfortunately.

Cheryl Says

April 11, 2016 at 11:31 am

Love your website! I am not sure if you can help me. I bought a king size Simmons Beautyrest Royalty Ultra back in 2000, yes 16 years ago. I believe it was in the plush series but it doesn't have a pillow top. I have tried several times to go out and get a new mattress but I get so confused and frustrated that I just head home empty handed. Since my current mattress has lasted so long I really just want to replace it with the same thing. I have sent a message to Simmons Beautyrest asking what would be a comparable model (given technology has changed) but they have not responded. Might you know what a comparable model would be? Also, would my Royalty Ultra fall in the Recharge, Platinum, or Black line?

MattressNerd Says

April 10, 2016 at 5:40 pm

That's an old model. The most similar one would be the ones in the row that begins with Phillipsburg Firm Pillowtop, but it's really not the same mattress. A lot has changed over the years.

karen lange Says

April 10, 2016 at 5:25 pm

Hi, We purchased Simmons Beautyrest World Class Rebecca Euro pillow top firm. Very happy with the mattress and would like to purchase for another bed but having trouble locating the model. Can you please help guessing renamed. Thank you! Karen

MattressNerd Says

April 10, 2016 at 4:44 pm

It looks like they changed up some of the names on me. That one would be in the row with the Lydia Manor. I need to update the chart.

Jack Says

April 10, 2016 at 2:43 pm

What name does the recharge Mona firm sold at Macy's go by at other retailers? This mattress was not mentioned in the chart above.

MattressNerd Says

April 10, 2016 at 1:36 pm

"Shakespeare" isn't the name of a mattress, it's the name of the entire collection at Sleepy's. So you have the more basic one, the step up in the "classic" lineup, and the World Class model. None of them are comparable to the Lydia Manor. They're comparable to the Adda, Kenosha Place, and Phillipsburg respectively. It depends on which one you saw.

Irene Says

April 10, 2016 at 12:19 pm

It was my understanding that the Phillipsburg and Lydia Manor are same models as Shakespeare except that they are a newer version? Maybe not? Again thanks!

MattressNerd Says

April 9, 2016 at 10:34 pm

There are 3 mattresses called the Shakespeare Luxury Plush, so I don't know which one you mean.

Irene Says

April 9, 2016 at 6:25 am

Thanks for sharing your advice on Mattress Nerd. Since Sleepy still sells the 2013 model - Shakespeare luxury plush - and I know that there are similar models such as Pillipsburg and Lydia Manor - are there any differences among these three models? I appreciate your feedback...have a good day!

MattressNerd Says

April 5, 2016 at 2:16 pm

You're looking at it. No new models came out in 2016.

pantru Says

April 5, 2016 at 1:42 pm

When can we get the Simmons Beauty Rest Recharge comparison for 2016 models?

MattressNerd Says

April 2, 2016 at 6:30 pm

My chart is correct. The top two layers of both the Ashaway and the Adda are Air Cool Foam. The Kenosha Place uses a layer of "Air Feel" foam instead. The Ashaway at Mattress Firm is exactly the Adda plus, but with the 850 coil unit that the "signature" models use instead of the 800 coil unit.

Dan Says

April 2, 2016 at 1:41 pm

Your chart indicates that the Beautyrest Ashaway Plush at Mattress Firm ( is equivalent to the Beautyrest Adda Plush at US Mattress ( However, US Mattress also appears to carry a mattress named the Ashaway Plush that also goes by Kenosha Place ( Do you know which of these mattresses at US Mattress is equivalent to the Ashaway Plush at Mattress Firm/what the difference is between the two? Thank you!

Maggie Says

March 26, 2016 at 10:45 pm

What about the Beautyrest Recharge Mona Firm tight top available at Macy's?

MattressNerd Says

March 23, 2016 at 8:32 am

They don't have any of their models online so I can't say for sure, but it looks like it should be similar to the ones in the rows that start with Kenosha Place (exactly which one depends on what model you saw, plush, firm, etc).

sherry proctor Says

March 22, 2016 at 10:29 pm

Can you please help i am interested in a bed sold at best mattress in Las Vegas it is a beautyrest recharge Bedminster with a 800 series beauty rest pocket coil ..Will you please help me find exact mattress else where ..Thanks

MattressNerd Says

March 19, 2016 at 11:14 pm

That's a 2013 model that nobody except Sleepy's still carries. Their online sister site, 1800 mattress still has it. Here's the link. Coupon code 1800SAVE10 gets you 10% off. You can also check out the 2015 version. The closest is the Lydia Manor Luxury Firm Pillowtop, but it's not an exact match.

Daniel carr Says

March 19, 2016 at 7:31 pm

Hello! Great site! I went to sleepy's and liked a Simmons Beautyrest Recharg Shakespeare Supreme Luxury Pillowtop Mattress. They had it on the floor for $2,400 but said if I bought it that day I could get it for $2,200 (I obviously didn't buy it, ... yet). What is a comparable mattress at a lower price // where can I get the same mattress under a different name for less? Thanks, Dan

MattressNerd Says

March 7, 2016 at 10:34 am

That's a pretty good price, and it should be a nice, solid mattress. I generally don't like extra firms personally, but if you do, it's a decent option.

Divya Gautam Says

March 7, 2016 at 3:37 am

We are planning to buy Simmons Beautyrest Recharge World Class Phillipsburg II Extra Firm King Size Mattress from We wanted a really firm mattress do you think it's a good buy as right now it's on discount and is costing us only $839 which I think is very reasonable. Do you think it's worth buying? Is there any other good extra firm mattress that we should consider buying instead of this one. Please suggest.

MattressNerd Says

March 6, 2016 at 1:54 pm

That's a 2013 model. The comparable model is the 2015 version that most places sell. There is no difference between "pillowtop" and "super pillowtop." Two names for the same thing.

MattressNerd Says

March 6, 2016 at 1:53 pm

That's a 2013 model. Just about everybody except sleepy's has upgraded to the 2015 model. The 2015 version is the row that begins with Phillipsburg Luxury Firm.

Dee Says

March 4, 2016 at 5:01 pm

Hi: I was looking at the Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Luxury Firm King mattress in Super Pillowtop. Currently , it is being offered to us at Sleepy's for $1599, before tax. What are the comparable models other there. Also, what is the difference between Pillowtop and Super Pillowtop. Finally, they offered me a "Discount" of $900, but was it really a discount? Thanks,

Michelle Says

March 4, 2016 at 12:11 pm

Hi, we are trying to find a comparison mattress to the Beautyrest Worldclass Recharge Shakespeare Luxury Firm bed sold by Sleepy's. Would you know if this mattress is sold by other competitors under another name? Thanks in advance for any help you can offer on this.

Allen Says

February 19, 2016 at 12:56 pm

Mattress Nerd, Do you know if any other mattress company and or online company sells the same mattress that Sleepy's sells as a "Simmons Hybrid Phenom"? We tried this bed and my wife really, really found it super comfortable but it is unfortunately out of our budget range. Secondly, if you are unaware of a cross reference comparison name .... do you think a mattress like the "Classic Brands Gramercy Hybrid" would be similar? Allen

Fig Says

February 19, 2016 at 9:55 am

Thanks for the site and the info. Was at Macy's the other day and they showed us a "Beautyrest World Class Hybrid 3.0 Firm" mattress. That seems to bridge your chart. How can it be both World Class and Hybrid? I would like to comparison shop but not sure of an equivalent... This model can be found on the Macy's website. Thanks Fig

Mary Says

February 15, 2016 at 11:34 am

Macy's has told me The Westin Heavenly Bed is the same as the Allie Pillowtop that they sell in their store. I stayed in a Westin in Costa Rica and just loved that bed! Although, I ended up purchasing the Teagan Luxury Firm Tight Top because I prefer a firmer mattress.

MattressNerd Says

February 13, 2016 at 11:34 am

Unfortunately, I don't know anything about that model. Do you happen to know whether it was a regular Recharge model or a World Class recharge? Plush or firm? Pillowtop or not?

Bruce Says

February 12, 2016 at 3:10 pm

We are trying to find the EXACT bed that the Radisson Blu Hotel in Minneapolis had--we had an AMAZING 2 nights of sleep on that bed! We know it was a Simmons Beauty Rest Luxury Plush, but that doesn't tell us enough to find it. The bed seemed to have a flat top to it, not a rolling pillow top. One store had one called Crystal Lake Luxury Plush--a Recharge Hybrid. Another store said the bed was the Fairlawn. I found a PDF of a Radisson business presentation online that said it was a Chatfield...maybe misspelled Chadfield. Help! Bruce

El Says

February 11, 2016 at 12:03 pm

Great site. Thanks so much. In 2014 I purchased from "Back To Bed" 2 Queen Beautyrest Woodlands mattresses for 2 of my daughters. Now daughter number 3 wants the same bed but "Back To Bed" was acquired by Mattress Firm and Mattress Firm has no idea what would now be equivalent. Do you have any information on current models that would be similar/the same?

MattressNerd Says

February 10, 2016 at 4:41 pm

A couple things. 1) The coils aren't what will wear down. The foams up top will break down long before the coils will. Both lineups have similar foam layers 2) The number of coils doesn't matter, because they're not the same coils. The Legend is a fine mattress, but I wouldn't say it's that much better than the Beautyrest Black, if at all better.

Roy Says

February 8, 2016 at 9:06 pm

Nerd, great website. Thanks for what you do! I've looked through all the posts above so I know own that the Beautyrest Legend Plush from Sleepys is exclusive to them. I also see that the Beautyrest black sold in many stores is similar bu not the same. Wondering if you have an opinion on which is better? I priced out a king size Legend at Sleepys on Saturday for $4500 which includes box spring +duvet + sheets + delivery. I don't trust Sleepys at all. Went back today to cancel and they quickly offered me $700 off, so my new price is $3800. Nice gesture but just proves how much they were ripping me off. I will say the bed in store is very comfortable, but I'm skeptical at longevity of the pillow top. This bed claims to have 900 coils with 14.75 gauge. Is that good? No idea. I checked US and found the Beautyrest Black Erie Plush pillow. Seems similar, but actually has 1088 coils for $2879. I'm not getting hung up on coils but I see such disparity in price I just feel frustrated now. Any advise?

MattressNerd Says

February 8, 2016 at 3:12 pm

You're right, you can probably do better on price. Check out the prices in the row that starts with Phillipsburg Luxury Firm Pillowtop. It's the 2015 version of the mattress (whereas Sleepy's uses the 2013 version still. They're very similar).

Colleen Blum Says

February 8, 2016 at 7:31 am

MattressNerd, Thanks for your help. I had done a lot of general mattress research prior to purchasing our mattress, but I guess not enough. Yesterday, purchased a Beautyrest World Class Luxury Firm Shakespeare Pillowtop Queen Set (mattress & box springs) from Sleepy's for $1699. This was supposedly a President's Day Sale Price. After coming home and doing some specific research, I'm feeling like I may have made a mistake with both price and possibly product. I'm thinking I can get this for less and am also disappointed to see a lot of dissatisfied customers reporting sagging, impressions, resulting in lack on longevity. Can you advise? I have a few days before delivery.

Gary Says

February 7, 2016 at 11:25 am

I'm looking at the Elkhart lake plush pillow top and don't see the lyric in the chart above. Looking for similar mattresses.

Matt Shopper Says

February 1, 2016 at 3:19 am

What does the Beautyrest Recharge 800 Firm from Sleeptrain compare to? item #68772

Daniel Says

January 25, 2016 at 6:02 pm

I am thinking of buying a beautyrest elkart lake luxury firm. There is a floor sample $500 for the mattress which I am considering. Is this a quality mattress for everyday use? Thank you, Daniel

Stefanie Adams Says

January 22, 2016 at 3:46 pm

I need that information too!

Anthony Almeida Says

January 20, 2016 at 8:30 am

Hello I was wondering if you could help me to determine the equivalent of this Sears model of the beautyrest its called the Harmony "Chopin II" Comfort Top I do not see it in your list, I'm thinking based on it's specs that it's similar to the recharge model. Thank You.

John grant Says

January 15, 2016 at 4:24 pm

Dear sir How do you compare beautyrest recharge Allie from Macy's with titanium coils verses raymour and flanigan beautyrest recharge Walcott both about $1,300. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely John

MattressNerd Says

January 12, 2016 at 9:12 pm

Simmons makes "hospitality" mattresses for hotels that aren't sold in retail stores. The Recharge lineup will be pretty close, but it isn't exact.

MattressNerd Says

January 12, 2016 at 9:10 pm

The Beautyrest is going to be a higher quality model, but since it's a floor model, it is a little more risky. If there's a manufacturing defect, you're just out that money. But that is generally rare... something like 1-2% of mattresses will have a defect like that.

Allen Says

January 12, 2016 at 2:11 pm

We stayed at an Embassy Suites and they use Beautyrest Harmony mattress. Is there a close model that matches up to that we could find at a local Macys or Sears and try out?

Jay Says

January 11, 2016 at 12:17 am

Hi Mattressnerd! Thanks a million for taking your time to help people out. I was at Macy's tonight and found two mattresses that I'm torn between: a Posturepedic Plus Market Street Cushion Firm Euro PT; and a Beautyrest Black Whitten Luxury Firm PT. Comfortwise, I found them to be pretty similar, with the Posturepedic being a touch firmer. Consumer Reports rated them both pretty high, with the Posturepedic edging out the Beautyrest by a hair. Now, here's the twist: the Beautyrest is a floor model, clearance priced at $629. The Posturepedic is new, for $837. My questions are: - Is it inadvisable to buy a floor model? My understanding is that I lose the warranty and have no ability to return it. The salesperson said it had been in the showroom for about a year. It has a bit of surface wear, but didn't seem grungy or anything. I didn't think it felt overly "used". - Between the two, price considerations aside, is there a clear leader in quality/longevity/comfort? The impression I have is that I may have a rare opportunity to score a usually expensive, high quality mattress for a song... if I act quickly. But is the lure of the deal persuading me to make a bad decision? Thanks so much for your input.

Fred J Says

January 9, 2016 at 10:57 am

We are looking at the Macy's Beautyrest World Class Teagan Luxury Firm Tight Top King and a Sear's Beautyrest World Class Willosprings Luxury Firm Tight Top King. The price at Macy's is $400 less than Sears but they do not have that mattress for us to try out on their display floor, it can be ordered. We really like the feel of the Sear's model, can we safely assume the feel of the Macy's Teagan will be the same as the Willowsprings?

MattressNerd Says

January 4, 2016 at 9:22 pm

The Beautyrest Black models will be a similar quality, but the coils are different and the foams are different, so it's not an exact comparison.

MattressNerd Says

January 4, 2016 at 9:21 pm

Thanks for writing. I just responded to your email. That Mattress Firm salesperson told you something like 4 different lies (otherwise, he was seriously misinformed, but I know Mattress Firm has a better training program than that). He sounds like the type of salesperson that drove me to quit my job and start this website in the first place.

Claudia Says

January 4, 2016 at 8:30 am

Hi mattressnerd! Can you help me? I purchased a Beautyrest Legend Plush from Sleepys about 4 years and its a dream mattress.. I want to purchase one for my dad because mace's is having an incredible sale this month... Do you know which of the Beautyrest models at macy's are similar to the Sleepys version?

Brian K Says

January 3, 2016 at 10:11 pm

Hello MattressNerd, Great work you are doing here. Wish I had found this information earlier, as I am now in a time crunch. We checked out a Beautyrest World Class Providence Plush Pillowtop at Mattress Firm, and a Beautyrest Worldclass Lac Labelle Luxury Firm at a local furniture store (Kittles). We went with Mattressfirm due to price, and sales pitch. We are having second thoughts, but only have until Thursday to cancel. I'll probably look like a fool, but what's the difference between the plush and luxury firm? Kittles sales suggested their mattress has mini coils in the Pillowtop, but Mattressfirm sales stated Beautyrest doesn't even use minicoils anymore. He also suggested plush and luxury firm are one in the same, and his will always have 50 extra coils. Both feel about the same, so I am more concerned about durability. Our current mattress (5 years old) is junk with severe body impressions. Thanks for your time, and appreciate any assistance.

Jacky Says

December 30, 2015 at 12:38 am

Hello MattressNerd, We are looking at a Simmons Beautyrest World Class Enchanting Dreams Luxury Firm mattress, but cannot find reviews on it. Does this mattress go by another name or is there another comparable mattress? I am a side and back sleeper and presently in a lot of pain. Thanks and we appreciate your assistance.

Dennis I. Says

December 28, 2015 at 3:42 pm

Hello, thanks for the great site! We were looking at the Simmons recharge world class Shakespeare plush (not pillowtop). Just saw the conments that say it is a 2014 model of the Phillipsburg. At sleepys the best price I can get seems to ve 1350 for the king only.. Can I do better? I plan on reusing my 10 year old spring air foundation, which still seems very stiff.. Is this a good idea?

Elle Maliwat Says

December 25, 2015 at 11:05 pm

Hi Mattress Nerd, Help please.....We need to buy a queen mattress asap but don't have a lot budgeted for it. Maybe between $600-$900. What is the best deal for this price range? We wanted something that is not too firm and not too plush. Hubby has back problem. Thanks and Merry Christmas. Elle

MattressNerd Says

December 23, 2015 at 4:13 pm

The microcoils will be a little more durable than the foam layer that would otherwise be there, so it will feel more consistent years down the line. Whether that's worth $200 is completely up to you. $200 is not worth the same to everybody.

Corey Says

December 23, 2015 at 8:34 am

Just received the Beutyrest Recharge World Class Phillipsburg II luxury firm tight top king mattress. We are finding it to be too firm, even with our Natura 2" latex topper. It has a comfort rating of 3, per U.S. Mattress's review. We are looking into an even trade for the Phillipsburg II plush tight top (comfort rating of 4.5) or the Tillingham II plush tight top (comfort rating of 5). Do you feel the microcoil technology is worth the extra 200.00, or would there be much difference at all? Thanks for such an informative web sight.....Thanks!

jan Says

December 14, 2015 at 12:38 pm

UPDATE---just found a model called "coral reef" on Mayfair site....looks like the Sears Henderson one. specs seems same ..anyone ever buy from

Susan Underwood Says

December 14, 2015 at 11:24 am

Which mattress compares to the Pottery Barn Collection Beautyrest(r) Recharge(r) With Aircool(r) Memory Foam Mattress & Boxspring, it's only showing Mattress Firm, Sears, etc.

Princess and the pea Says

December 13, 2015 at 1:05 pm

My husband thinks I'm crazy! We purchased the beautyrest Black Ava Plush mattress from sears. It arrived yesterday. When I saw it I noticed it has a different design on top and when I read the tag its labeled as an Ava II Plush! Upon laying on the mattress it supports well like the one we tested at the store but feels firmer. I gave it a shot last night but slept horribly! It's like a rock! My husband is a back sleeper and I vary between all positions throughout the night but primarily wake up on my stomach or side. I SWEAR this is a different mattress from the one we tested in store (which tags read Ava plush only) but I would like to hear your thoughts before calling to complain and return. Is my husband right, am I nuts or is this Ava II plush slightly different than the Ava Plush? ANY insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

jan Says

December 8, 2015 at 2:44 pm

First..thanks for this site !!! I was looking at the Recharge Lydia Manor II Luxury Firm Pillow Top Queen (USMatrtress then went to Sears to see that and the World Class one...Phillipsburg Luxury Firm Pillow top (which at Sears is Henderson)....QUITE a big price difference . In your opinion..worth it? ALSO..Surprised that US Mattress price is very close to what Sears price will be this weekend... Any opinions...greatly appreciated. PS--We also have a Sleepys and Macys close by..but your chart does not give comparable names for the Phillipsburg and Henderson Luxury Firm Pillow you have that info?

John Says

December 6, 2015 at 4:55 pm

Hi - Mattress One in Florida offers a Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Ultra model they call the "Brockville". I can't find a good comparison on-line - do you have any suggestions? Thanks.

MattressNerd Says

December 5, 2015 at 1:10 am

The World Class is not exclusive to them. The hybrid mattress has a thinner quilt layer and the foams are arranged slightly differently.

michelle Says

December 4, 2015 at 8:39 pm

PLS HELP what is the difference bt the beautyrest recharge world class and the beautyrest recharge hybrid rooms to go said the world class is exclusive to them does it go by any other name pls i need an answer ASAP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thank u soo much michelle

Tina Sierra Says

December 2, 2015 at 4:05 pm

I've read so many bad reviews about the beautyrest black extra firm alexia. Purchased mine from sears....but im ready to cancel the order beforw delivery. Cost m $2057. Dont want to get stuck with a piece of junk for that price. Do you know anything about these mattresses

Fran Says

December 1, 2015 at 12:12 am

I am very concern. I don't know if the beautyrest teagan luxury firm pillow top is good for me. I sleep on side, back and stomach. Will I be happy? The price is 1750.00 after 10%off. I saw the cheaper price in September but now it is go up where it is at Macy's.

MattressNerd Says

November 30, 2015 at 9:55 pm

That sounds about right, but I'm not 100% sure on that. I'd have to go back and find the specs of the older one.

Monica Says

November 30, 2015 at 9:48 pm

I am looking to confirm a comparison between the Beautyrest Recharge Supreme Luxury Pillow Top and the Beautyrest Recharge Kenosha Place II Luxury Firm Pillow Top. I have heard that they are the same thing from a different year.

Ben Says

November 30, 2015 at 2:15 pm

Do the Overstock Beautyrest Sea Glen and Lilah Extra Firms compare to any of the Sears or Macy's Beauty Rest Extra Firms? Thanks.

Rita Says

November 28, 2015 at 6:20 pm

THANK YOU!!!! Great website!!! With the general info you have laid out and the comparison guide you posted, I saved $650!!!! You are awesome!!!!!

Vivian Says

November 25, 2015 at 2:02 am

Many thanks for all of this great info.! Do you know how the Macy's Allie and Haylee compare? Which is a better bed? Thanks

MattressNerd Says

November 23, 2015 at 6:41 pm

They're compatible. I know I responded to you via email already; I just wanted to respond here so everybody can see.

toni nield Says

November 22, 2015 at 7:40 pm

I have been looking at putting a beautyrest shorewood spring mattress (compatible with adjustable frame/base) on a serta motion perfect II frame/base. Are they compatible? I've already had a problem with a serta motion essentials and a spring mattress sold to me by a large retail mattress store here in CA and had to return as mattress didn't conform to adjustments.

venkat Says

November 22, 2015 at 10:33 am

Nice Website. I am shopping for Queen Mattress Set and see many black friday deals coming. How this compares with your list. Beautyrest®Recharge® Haylee Luxury Firm Pillow Top, Queen Mattress Set , listed at $799 in Macy's Thanks

MattressNerd Says

November 22, 2015 at 10:19 am

That's under the row that begins with Phillipsburg Luxury Firm. The ones in this chart are the 2015 models. SLeepy's still uses the version that came out in 2013, but almost nothing changed between the model years. So they're certainly comparable.

Emmee Says

November 21, 2015 at 7:10 am

I need an ultra plush. I can't find a replacement for my Sealy Harbor Collection Eurotop and prefer a soft with the individual coils. I saw the Beautyrest Next Generation Hybrid 500 Micro-Coil Plush Queen Mattress Set on the Macy's website and wondered if you have any information on what it is comparable to? I've been to several mattress stores and can't settle on something that feels like what I have now (I am having to switch from a full to a queen size.

Hansen Says

November 19, 2015 at 4:21 pm

Hi - I just ordered from sleepys the SIMMONS BEAUTYREST WORLD CLASS RECHARGE SHAKESPEARE LUXURY FIRM MATTRESS for $1530. I guess I didn't know each store has their own name for similar kinds. What would sears or us mattress have for comparable? I just don't want to get ripped off. I just stumbled upon your site and thank you for putting that together.

Paul Says

November 18, 2015 at 11:23 pm

Thank you for this awesome website, it has been very informative. My question is, I purchased a Simmons beauty rest recharge Shakespeare in November of last year but now I'm moving to Los Angeles and selling all of my things. I bought my current mattress for $550 the day after Thanksgiving 2014. I went to Sleepies yesterday to see if I could get the exact same deal and the guy offered me $690. Now I understand that there are no sleepies stores in Los Angeles but I am not stuck with only working with them. Is the bed that I have now a pretty good mattress? Build quality and all.. I understand that there are no sleepies stores in Los Angeles so that may be why they're trying to charge me the difference but I could never imagine paying $145 for delivery. I am not stuck with only working with them. Is the bed that I have now a pretty good mattress? Build quality and all.. With thank you for this awesome it has been very informI purchased a Simmons beauty rest recharge Shakespeare in November of last year but now I'm moving to Los Angeles. I bought mine for $550 and it was the day after Thanksgiving. I went to sleep yesterday to see if I could get the exact same deal and the guy offered me $690— with their black Friday discount already edited. I like my bed but I'm open to other suggestions. What do you think? Are there comparables to my bed. I understand months of 2014 and now it's 2016 so I'm not sure exactly how many coils or whatever but I love my bed but I, like I said, am open to suggestions

Jack Says

November 17, 2015 at 1:00 am

Macy has the beautyrest recharge plus alayna plush king us mattress for $1299. I can't find the similar one in US-mattress. they are usualy cheaper. Do you know a comparable model?

Julie Says

November 15, 2015 at 9:00 pm

I previously had a waterbed and just bought a stearns and foster lily rose plush mattress. This mattress makes me sleep sooooo hot! None of the reviews mention this! So I was wondering if you had any suggestions for what to look for in a mattress that won't retain so much heat? I had avoided memory foam for that reason. I am considering the beautyrest black alcove hybrid based on the reviews. Any suggestions will be appreciated!!

MattressNerd Says

November 11, 2015 at 10:22 pm

The World Class is a reasonable step up from the regular Recharge, though it's hard to quantify exactly how much better. It has more coils, which generally means more support and better motion separation, and it has some higher quality foams, which means it should be more durable in the long run.

Michael Z Says

November 11, 2015 at 6:33 pm

Hello Mattress Nerd, Just wanted to let you know, that what you're doing is awesome. I wish more people would help others save money by providing proper knowledge. We're in a search for a king size mattress. We tried Sleepy's Shakespeare luxury firm and luxury plush mattresses. We would like something in the middle of those two, but closer to luxury firm model. We saw few specials currently on a well know discount website, which couldn't be found anywhere else. Do you know what each model is equivalent to when it comes to other stores? How much better is World Series from basic recharge? 1) Beautyrest Recharge Hillsgrove Plush 2) Beautyrest Recharge New Hope Plush 3) Beautyrest World Series Sea Glen Luxury Firm (on overstock). Your help would be greatly appreciated.

GG Says

November 10, 2015 at 10:06 pm

Macy's is having a sale on the Beautyrest Recharge Allie Plush Pillowtop Mattress Set for $697.00 Is this a 2014/ or 2015 set. Also what are the reviews for this?

MattressNerd Says

November 9, 2015 at 11:54 pm

They are not the same, they are comparable. US Mattress has 800 coils just like Sears. Mattress Firm has 850 as an exclusive feature to avoid having to price match, but it is otherwise identical.

NN Says

November 9, 2015 at 6:03 pm

Hi, Are the Kenosha from US mattress and Devonwood/Hartfield luxury firm all the same?? I checked all 3 sites, Sears has lowest price but only 800 coils ct. Mattress Firm is the most expensive with 850 coil counts, and US mattress sold for 699 --but has 1029 ct. Please help, this is a great site by the way!

MattressNerd Says

November 8, 2015 at 9:33 am

Foam compresses over time, and the more foam you have, the bigger even a slight compression will seem. If you have 1 inch of foam, and it compresses 10%, that's 0.1 inches, which isn't noticeable. If you have 10 inches of foam, and it compresses 10%, that's 1 inch, which is a big deal. The difference between a pillowtop and non-pillowtop isn't that drastic (maybe 4 inches vs 6 inches), but it can be enough to mark the difference between a normal "body impression" and a problem.

MattressNerd Says

November 8, 2015 at 9:30 am

Correct. The fabric on top is different and they use a thin strip of titanium deep underneath the foams which you're unlikely to notice at all.

Tim Says

November 8, 2015 at 2:20 am

One more question, what is your experience with pillow top mattresses and durability? My wife and I are mainly stomach sleepers and have been told pillow top mattresses may not be a good idea and that the pillow top breaks down quickly. My one worry with just purchasing the Luxury Firm option is that it will be too hard. Thanks Tim

Tim Says

November 8, 2015 at 2:17 am

Thanks for the quick reply. I'm assuming the changes are not significant enough where it effects comfort of mattress.

MattressNerd Says

November 8, 2015 at 1:23 am

Yes, they're comparable. They're not exactly the same because Macy's has a few minor changes in their versions of the Beautyrest Recharge mattresses.

Tim Says

November 8, 2015 at 1:05 am

Hi, I appreciate your website and the time you have put in to the comparison chart. Is the Macy's Luxury Firm Teagan the same as Mancini's Sleepworld Luxury Firm Dayana? Specs seem similar and both are World Class. Macy's looks to be having a sale and the price looks good. Thanks Tim

MattressNerd Says

November 6, 2015 at 2:48 pm

Thanks for writing. You're not going to find a hotel mattress in retail stores. That's what the Hospitality collection is. You can try the regular Beautyrest Recharge mattresses in most stores to see how they compare, but they won't be built identically. For Costco, they have great prices on Sealy Posturepedic, but it's difficult to try the mattress before you buy it, and they don't really have any high-end mattresses.

Lorraine Lockett-Amaechi Says

November 6, 2015 at 11:58 am

Hi Mattressnerd, I am looking for a queen size Beautyrest bed after falling in love with one while at a friend’s timeshare. Looking at the picture, it says Beautyrest - Recharge By Simmons Hospitality Collection HMB TT Cape Brenton- recharge plush Question -1 As you mention earlier I am either having trouble finding this exact model to comparison shop online or our surrounding Washington DC community. Question -2 Any help, competitive price ranges, or sales advice to wait to an upcoming major holiday for example Black Friday to purchase is appreciated. Question - 3 I'm also thinking of buying from Costco because of their amazing return policy but they don’t offer the exact bed I want. What is your advice. More information We are family of three with a toddler that still sleeps in bed with us. So sleep is a precious commodity. Both of adults are 180-200 pounds each and sleep in all kind of ninja contoured positions.

Patricia Says

October 31, 2015 at 6:54 pm

I went to the local stores today trying to find a mattress comparable to the cap breton. They showed me Beautyrest plush pillowtop black Kate and also BR pillowtop erica. Then Serta St Vincent. Trying to find information on any of these....

Jwlester Says

October 30, 2015 at 9:27 pm

I had the same great experience at Wyndham, and am desperately looking for this mattress!!

Patricia Says

October 27, 2015 at 5:31 pm

I stayed in a motel a couple of weeks ago. The mattress was a BeautyRest Model M00399.60.7488 and the label had Wyndham Hotel Group collection. Simmons emailed me a comparible mattress of BeautyRest Cap Breton Recharge Pillow Top. Do you agree it’s comparible? And what are the other names for it in stores. I really was able to get a full rest on this mattress when I was out of town. I did not get hot during the night, the mattress felt like it hugged me, instead of feeling like I was sleeping on a board. My body aches and I toss and turn all night on my current mattress..and I have got to find me one that provides me comfort.

Uy Says

October 22, 2015 at 10:22 pm

Thank you matress nerd

MattressNerd Says

October 22, 2015 at 7:44 pm

The 50 extra coils is an exclusive to the model at Mattress Firm/Sleep Experts (they're the same company). The layers of foam are the same, but it's a way for Mattress Firm to get out of price matching. It won't make a huge difference in how it feels, but it is a "comparable" model despite the extra coils (even though it's not the exact same model). It's roughly 6% more coils, which isn't a big difference at all.

Rubyshop Says

October 22, 2015 at 12:09 pm

I'm side sleeper and I researched st. Jeffrey hybrid as best for it. Because I am not able to find it locally, what are another name that has quite similar as above name? What feature should look into as most important feature for side sleeper relive from pressure points- higher nbr of coil or higher or lower thickness of air cool memory form in first or second set of layers?

Uy Says

October 21, 2015 at 9:18 pm

Hi Matress Nerd, I am trying to get a matress.I I have consistently bought wrong matresses in the last one year.I am looking for a firm comfortable matress because i have low back pain . I saw the beautyrest hartfield at sleep experts. It was quite firm and comfortable. i want to be sure i'm getting a good deal. I saw in your site that the Kenosha place luxury firm is comparable but I just discovered that the one at sleep experts have 850 coils while the one at US matress have 800 coils. Please is there a difference in feel caused by the extra coils. secondly, Is there any other store with a comparable matress you will advise me to check out. Thanks. Uy

Tim Says

October 21, 2015 at 4:31 pm

DId you end up purchasing this World Class Dayana? I am debating on purchasing the Dayana Luxury Firm, but would like to try the Luxury Firm with Pillowtop, but Mancini's Sleepworld in Norther California doesn't have the pillowtop version on the floor.

MattressNerd Says

October 12, 2015 at 6:25 am

It's not on this chart because that's a different model than the ones on this chart. That one came out in 2013 and Sleepy's never switched to the 2015 models. If that number is for the mattress and boxspring set, that's pretty good. Their online sister company,, has it for about 1850, but the accessories would be less (except that queen boxspring). The whole thing would be about the same price. You can probably get it cheaper during a big sale holiday like Black Friday, but that's over a month away, and it's probably not worth the wait to save maybe a couple hundred.

Jordan Says

October 11, 2015 at 9:36 pm

Can I get these details as well?

Jordan Says

October 11, 2015 at 7:45 pm

Hello! So glad I found this site before I purchased my mattress. I went to Sleepy's and tried a few mattresses to find what I like. We chose the King Size Beautyrest World Class Recharge Shakespeare Luxury Plush Pillowtop. Here are the details. Mattress "Sale" Price: $2,199.99 (2) King Memory Foam cooling type pillows: $239 each We negotiated the numbers to this: Mattress: $1700 Pillows: $239 for both Bed Liner: $89 Queen Box Spring: $89 Tax: $140.82 Total: $2,257.82 Can I do better? What other name might this mattress be under at other stores? I didn't find it on the chart.

Cathy Says

October 9, 2015 at 5:00 pm

Hello, we are in the market for a king mattress. We are looking at the Beautyrest Teagan Luxary Pillowtop or the Denver Durango. Which would be a better choice for longevity and comfort. Thank You, love your site!

MattressNerd Says

October 8, 2015 at 3:30 pm

Few places carry those models. The newer Beautyrest Hybrid models don't use the micro-coil layer. If you look at the Tillingham model on the chart, you'll see that the specs are fairly similar, despite not being a hybrid. You can see if somebody will match that price, though it isn't an exact match.

Sabrina Reynolds Says

October 8, 2015 at 12:07 am

Hello, I'm interested in the Beautyrest Next Generation Hybrid 500 Micro-Coil Plush Mattress Set at Macy and it's called Beautyrest Recharge Hybrid 5000 at Sleep Country. Can you tell me it's name at other prices to see if I can get it cheaper than $2899? Thank you.

MattressNerd Says

October 7, 2015 at 1:55 pm

As far as I can tell, the Lydia is comparable. Just look at the thicknesses of the mattress. The Alayna is 13.5 inches. The Lydia is 13.5 inches. The Kenosha Place is 11.5 inches. The Lydia Manor is in the "Recharge Ultra" lineup. Macy's doesn't have anything called "Recharge Ultra" but they have "Recharge Plus" which seems to be like it's a different name for the same thing (as opposed to just the regular Recharge lineup, which the Kenosha Place is in.)

Meghan Says

October 7, 2015 at 11:37 am

Hi MattressNerd - this is a very helpful list! I am interested in the Beautyrest Alayna Firm Tight Top at Macys. US Mattress has significantly better pricing but when I asked what the comparable option is - they said the Kenosha Place II not Lydia was the comparable. Any insight? Thanks!!

MattressNerd Says

October 5, 2015 at 5:06 pm

No, there's no difference.

Mike Says

October 5, 2015 at 12:16 am

Is there a difference with the parkesburg vs parkesburg II?

MattressNerd Says

October 4, 2015 at 10:40 pm

Yes, it's called the Alexia Extra Firm everywhere else. Macy's might have some kind of minor exclusive feature to justify the name change, but it's almost exactly the asme as the Alexia.

Howard Says

October 4, 2015 at 5:36 pm

Do you know anything about the Simmons BeautyRest Black Ocean Side at Macy's? I don't seem to find it on any of the comparison charts. Thanks Howard

MattressNerd Says

September 29, 2015 at 1:21 pm

The layer of titanium should have almost no impact on how it feels. It's thin and deep in the mattress. And I think it's only in the center third of the mattress. It's a gimmick more than anything.

Estel Baird-Coffey Says

September 29, 2015 at 8:51 am

I purchased a Tegan Firm with plus pillowtop from Macy's last weeek. After 4 nights sleeping on that mattress, I am in extreme pain in neck, back, hips and knees. I have now moved from the bed to my couch!! Does Macy's using the extra layer of titanium below the pillowtop make this mattress to firm with no "give.? I have fibromyalgia and Ankylosing Spondylitis and this mattress is hurting me all over. I have told the sales person there is no way I can sleep on this mattress for 30 days, before trying to get a replacement. But I am afraid to get another Simmons at Macy's because of the extra layer of titanium. What to you think.

MattressNerd Says

September 27, 2015 at 5:48 pm

There are some differences. The one at Sleepy's is an older model; they didn't upgrade their mattresses this year. The one at Mattress Firm will use 850 coils vs 800 at Sleepy's. Sleepy's uses some kind of exclusive in their foam layers. Other than that, they're similar.

Ken Says

September 27, 2015 at 2:09 pm

Question: We are comparison shopping for our toddler, about to turn 3. Went to Sleepys and saw the Beautyrest Recharge plush. They call it Shakespeare. Went to Mattress Firm, seems like the same one there is called Ashaway. Is there any difference or are they the same but just different name because of the retailer? If a difference, anything worthy to comment on? Thanks.

MattressNerd Says

September 26, 2015 at 10:27 am

Thanks for writing. They are not the same mattress. You can tell by the specs of the bed that you linked. The one you linked is 12.5 inches thick, the Parkesburg/Vivian is ~14 inches thick. Line by line, you can see the differences. The Vivian uses 1 inch of 3 pound memory foam, the Clematis uses 0.5 inches of 2.5 pound memory foam. And so on. I'm confused when you say that you "haven't found prices online" for the Vivian. You just click on the link, and it takes you to the page with the prices. For what it's worth, the Vivian and Parkesburg aren't exactly identical, but they're comparable. Sears uses 14 gauge coil, while US Mattress uses 13 gauge, which is a little firmer. US mattress's version is 14 inches thick, while Sears is 13.5. Aside from that, they're very similar, while the one you linked is a step down, more similar to the row that starts with Sondra.

Frank M Says

September 26, 2015 at 12:30 am

Hi. I am so thankful for your website. I've been searching and trying mattresses for a month now and we are suffering every night since we moved and messed up our current mattress I need to pull the trigger on a king mattress ASAP. After trying many with my girlfriend the one that she likes the most is the Simmons "PARKESBURG". (Sears) You also have the Vivian listed as a similar model but I haven't found prices for that online. I did find this mattress which looks like it could also be the same. But I was hoping you could verify that it is because it seems like the better deal. "Clematis" - Is this the same. All I know is that by "feel". She likes the Parkesburg. So that's the exact mattress I want to get. But if I can save hundreds and the Clematis is the same. Yay! Any help? Frank

MattressNerd Says

September 25, 2015 at 8:54 am

That one is equivalent to the row that begins with Sondra on the chart.

Bennett Says

September 24, 2015 at 9:23 pm

Great website. I saw the Beautyrest recharge hybrid Hopewell luxury firm at value city in Maryland. 2 questions. What mattress does that compare to in the Beautyrest recharge hybrid line? And is that the firmest one in that series or the second most firm. Many thanks.

RK Says

September 18, 2015 at 5:01 pm

Hello, I am interested in the Simonds Beauty Rest Recharge Hillsgrove Crush Mattress. Eastern King , I am approx. 300 lbs and wife is 160 lbs. Thanks in advance for your advice. RK

MattressNerd Says

September 18, 2015 at 3:22 pm

My guess is that it's a different mattress under the same name. I just checked the one at Value City, and it's a 2015 model. That wasn't around a few years ago. Different retailers use different names for the mattresses, and there are hundreds of retailers in the country. When you have ~100 names updating every year or two, it wouldn't be surprising to see some recycled.

Nicole Says

September 17, 2015 at 1:37 pm

Are you sure the Wesley is discontinued because my husband and I just left Value City Furniture and were looking at that exact model of mattress which is how I found this website.

MattressNerd Says

September 14, 2015 at 3:16 pm

It's the same thing. Either they changed the name or I misread the name.

Ro Says

September 14, 2015 at 1:42 pm

I do not see on the chart Sears York Harbor Ultimate Firm. Is that not 2015 mattress model? Is New Your Harbor Ultra Firm different? Let me know. Thanks, Ro

MattressNerd Says

September 11, 2015 at 11:11 am

The Legend and the Sleepy's versions of Stearns and Foster are indeed exclusive to them. There's no comparison shopping elsewhere. I'd recommend the Legend over the Stearns. Stearns and Foster gets some of the lowest customer satisfaction ratings out of any mattress manufacturer. They spend a lot of effort putting in materials that sound luxurious into their mattresses (i.e. Mongolian horse hair, New Zealand wool, silk, etc), but those things don't actually contribute to comfort or support.

Abe Says

September 11, 2015 at 9:59 am

Hi. Like your site and your helpful insights. I am wavering between 2 mattresses & wonder if you have any thoughts. The first is the Beautyrest Legend Firm Queen Mattress Set at Sleepy's which they are offering me for $2000 as the Labor Day sale. This includes the frame, bedding, delivery and 2 "Tempurpedic Cloud Breeze Dual Cool" pillows. The other is the Stern's & Foster Luxury Estate Firm Queen Mattress set plus frame for $1500 (no bedding or pillows). The salesman for the S&F said that the Legend, being exclusively made for Sleepy's, has an unknown composition & what they say is in it may not be truthful. A salesman at Sleepy's said that the top layer is composed of memory foam at the head & feet area, and latex in the center area where the body would lie. Do you have any knowledge of this and what do you think of these 2 deals. As an added twist, how would the Saatva compare to these. Thanks for any help you can offer.

Bridgett Says

September 8, 2015 at 12:46 pm

So, they both have the same amount of foam and same height/amount of coils? That being between Teagan and Hybrid 300 at Macy's. So, with the Teagan is she actually getting the better benefit of the pillowtop? Ahh maybe less actually with and Hybrid at only 13", while Teagan is 14". They are the same price, so I have not completely fallen : )

MattressNerd Says

September 8, 2015 at 12:20 pm

You've fallen for the marketing. "Hybrid" mattresses are standard innerspring mattresses with no more foam than ones that aren't labeled hybrid.

Bridgett Says

September 8, 2015 at 12:55 am

Thank you so much for the quick reply. She is a young girl so any investment she makes is a big deal. I'm a bit confused with you saying they are similar because one is a standard spring mattress (Teagan) while the other is a hybrid, which in my thoughts (no knowledge) they were very different with one being mostly spring and other being half and half? I guess in my head it is easier to envision foam breaking down and leaving laying impressions sooner then springs?!! As I look now on US Mattress they also do not offer microcoils in any of their Beautyrest Hybrids, so it must have been a Macy's thing to over their 450 and 500 in the Hybrid with micro coils and not their 300, which had me concerned at first at maybe getting bottom barrel. She has a 20yr old time Englander mattress now and boy that thing has not moved even 1/2" in all this time! Thanks for you help!!

MattressNerd Says

September 7, 2015 at 9:29 am

Those mattresses will be somewhat similar. It all comes down to which best supports you and which is more comfortable. They should wear about the same. If you get that mattress to last 10 years, you got a good life out of it. I'd expect either one to start going downhill after about 8 years.

Bridgett Says

September 6, 2015 at 11:42 pm

Hello, my daughter was looking to buy the Queen Beautyrest Teagan Luxury Firm pillowtop from Macy's and waited for Labor Day sale. When we went in the store we noticed the Next Generation Hybrid 300 on sale for $1299 (was $1799) where as the Teagan luxury firm pillowtop was $1334. We thought mind was made up on Teagan, but just reacted and got the Hybrid cause of huge price drop. Has not delivered yet. She likes beds that are dense/firmer yet small top cushion. Now concerned since 300 Hybrid has no micro coils and entry level. We are actually afraid of the breakdown of foam compared to the Teagan support. I've had a World Class Felicty for like 14yrs and held up great. Teagan Luxury Firm Pillowtop or Hybrid 300 entry level? Also, what are your thoughts on breakdown in 10 yrs of the hybrid? THANK YOU SO MUCH!! My daughter is young single girl so doesn't have room to make bad mistakes.

Paul Says

September 5, 2015 at 10:56 pm

Hi MattressNerd, any tips on what a "Dayana" is? Thx...

MattressNerd Says

September 5, 2015 at 10:29 pm

The Kenosha Place has better foam while the Ashaway has slightly more coils. It's very close.

rw2205 Says

September 5, 2015 at 9:21 pm

I'm looking at the Simmons Ashaway from MattressFirm vs the Kenosha Place II Plush from US Mattress. Which mattress is better assuming the price is the same? Is one softer than the other? Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

September 2, 2015 at 8:48 pm

It's an older model that most places no longer sell. The world class models on my 2014 comparison chart would be the same, but of those, only Sleepy's still carries the older models, I believe.

Cheryl Says

September 2, 2015 at 1:27 pm

Good to know. Is there no comparison for the Beautyrest Recharge World Class Manorville Luxury Firm Mattress offered on Amazon?

MattressNerd Says

September 2, 2015 at 11:30 am

The fact that flipping isn't required isn't a bonus, it's the standard. And Simmons no longer offers a 25 year limited warranty, they all went to 10 years. Anybody who still has 25 years up just hasn't updated their website.

Paul Says

September 2, 2015 at 11:12 am

Hi, awesome site, thanks so much for building it! Where does the WC "Dayana" line fit in the chart? Specifically the luxury firm pillow top. My mom is shopping in person in the Midwest but we'll buy on the west coast for her (she's moving). So trying to find the equivalent locally or online. Hoping to take advantage of Labor Day sales. Thanks!

Cheryl Says

September 1, 2015 at 11:24 pm

Thank you for posting this helpful information. Which mattress is comparable to the Beautyrest Recharge World Class Manorville Luxury Firm Mattress? I notice there is a 25 yr limited warranty, where in most cases, its only 10 and flipping it is not required...both major bonuses.

Steve Says

August 29, 2015 at 5:11 pm

I don't see any references about the queen Simmons Beautyrest "Advantage Collection" on the site. I'm told it is a 2015 model or possibly 2014. Any information about this model would be appreciated. Thank you

MattressNerd Says

August 26, 2015 at 3:30 pm

That one was renamed the Lydia Manor Extra Firm. US Mattress changed the names of all of this year's models to match last year's models.

Nina Says

August 26, 2015 at 1:54 am

Hi, thank you for the information, how about King Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Ultra Melany Extra Firm Mattress, please help!

MattressNerd Says

August 21, 2015 at 8:20 am

It is exclusive to Sleepy's, and because of that they get to charge whatever price they want for it. It's very expensive for what you get, and isn't really better than the higher end Beautyrest Black models that other places carry. If your wife really wants to get the Legend, I'd recommend waiting about a week for the Labor Day sales to start. I once saw Sleepy's giving away a free adjustable base (a $2000 value) with their Legend on a big sales holiday. No idea what they're doing this year, but it's usually something.

Steve Says

August 20, 2015 at 8:55 pm

Is there a comparison for the SIMMONS BEAUTYREST LEGEND LUXURY PLUSH SUPER PILLOW TOP MATTRESS? they say this one is made exclusively for Sleepy's. My wife was ready to stroke the $3000.00 dollar check after a total of 15 minutes of mattress shopping.

Kris Says

August 13, 2015 at 2:31 pm

AHHH we need you in Canada....Sleep Country, Sears, The Brick, Dodds seems we have all sorts of new names. We have good medical. :)

Paul Says

August 11, 2015 at 7:07 pm

Hi - There is a mattress that I like, however it is not on the Beautyrest list. Mattress n More has it as a Beautyrest Niles Recharge Luxury Firm Mattress Firm has it as a Beautyrest Fischer Island Luxury Firm I would like to know if US Mattress has this model under another Beautyrest name. Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

August 11, 2015 at 10:56 am

This is correct. They changed all of their names and I haven't had time to update the chart yet.

puzzlefighter Says

August 11, 2015 at 10:06 am

I think US Mattress may have backed off the Rory renaming of the Tillingham line. I no longer find Rory, but I do see a Tillingham II.

MattressNerd Says

August 10, 2015 at 10:42 pm

I'm willing to bet the Ashaway has 682 coils in a full. That's just the coil unit that Simmons uses in their 850 models.

BB Says

August 10, 2015 at 6:18 pm

I was on chat with both US-Mattress and Mattress Firm to confirm what they had in these two models. Mattress firm and US-Mattress confirmed that the Ashaway in full had 658 coils and 2" thick aircool foam. I couldn't confirm the size of the geltouch foam though as Mattress Firm chat rep didn't know. From what Mattress Firm said is that the Queen has 850 coils for their Ashaway, but I wasn't comparing the queens, I was comparing the full. I don't know about geltouch or the cover of the bed, but for $355 dollars cheaper I pulled the trigger on it at US-Mattress. Hope this helps someone else.

Nara Says

August 10, 2015 at 5:27 pm

I was looking at the Beautyrest Milliani on US Mattress to get a price match from my local retailer but it's been replaced by the Phillipsburg II. Is that the same mattress? The store had agreed to give me a match on the Milliani.

MattressNerd Says

August 10, 2015 at 3:09 pm

No, that's not the case. I even stated as much directly below the chart, that some won't be an exact match. The Ashaway uses 50 more coils and a different cover. Other than that, they're the same.

BB Says

August 10, 2015 at 1:27 pm

So the Lizbeth and the Ashaway are the exact same below the queen. Meaning, same coil count and foam sizes?

Rhiannon Says

August 5, 2015 at 4:44 pm

I'm looking at the Beautyrest Recharge Hybrid Kelyn at Mancini's Sleepworld. I was quoted $1600 for a king. I think it may be last year's model, since I've had trouble finding it elsewhere. Is that a good price, and what are the major cons with the mattress? It will be our first foam top. Thanks so much!

MattressNerd Says

August 5, 2015 at 7:15 am

There is no meaning. It's just the name of the lineup. It's like asking "what does Taurus mean in terms of car features?" By the way, I'm deleting links to your website on each comment, so you don't need to keep commenting to build links to your site. It's not going to work. Just leave off the URL next time.

ReviewKid Says

August 5, 2015 at 3:23 am

What the meaning of the word "recharge" in terms of mattress features?

Tara Says

July 30, 2015 at 3:03 pm

Love your site, thanks so much for the chart! I recently bought a Beautyrest World Class Recharge King mattress. My question is, do you know if there a difference between the "Jessica Plush" (Nebraska Furniture Mart) vs. the "Woodmont" from (Rooms to Go)? I know you mentioned that some stores name them differently but didn't see them on the chart. We went with the Woodmont one but after it was delivered, it seems a little on the firmer side. Would you let me know if they are comparable?

Durwood Says

July 29, 2015 at 10:16 pm

Hi, I found your site and chart, but am still not finding the mattresses I have found to try to compare them. Can you tell me the difference between the Cerise, Melrose, and the Windchase models of the Beautyrest Recharge? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.

The Donald Says

July 26, 2015 at 9:37 pm

Earlier today I purchased a King size Beautyrest Bridgewatwer Firm from Mattress Firm for $1649 + tax. Due to lower back issues I need a firm mattress that will hold up well for quite a few years. Do you think this was a decent choice? I'll be returning it tomorrow as delivery isn't for 2 weeks and buying it through your link to US Mattress as you have a comparable one which is slightly less than $1500 and tax free for us!! I just found your site recently and wanted to say Thanks!

Eric F. Says

July 26, 2015 at 9:05 am

I've purchased two mattresses from US Mattress and confirm the experience was very positive in both purchases. Recently I bought the Miliani Extra Firm in Full XL size at $799 during the 4th of July sale. No other retailer comes close to them on price.

Colby Says

July 26, 2015 at 8:10 am

The kids are ready to kill us. For the past month and a half we have went EVERY weekend mattress shopping....after buying a VERY uncomfortable bed from Mattress Firm. We're ready to return, but want buy a replacement BEFORE our 100 day trial is up. Went to Sleepy's yesterday and winner, winner we came across the World Class Shakespeare Plush Super Pillowtop ($2,200). Of course, my wife wants to buy it from there for the "FREE" sheets and comforter, but I know better. Went to Sears and thought the World Class Henderson Bay was the same. I came across this AWESOME site and was hoping you'd email me the same info you sent Chris, before I made another mistake. Thank you so much for your time and any feedback you can provide.

Niyas Says

July 23, 2015 at 3:01 pm

What is the comfort level for Sears brand York harbor ultra firm? Neolani ultimate firm comfort level is 1 and Bridgewater 13' firm comfort level is 3. i think pocked coil numbers are also vary. Please let me know the equivalent for York harbor ultra firm with other outlets Thanks

MattressNerd Says

July 17, 2015 at 1:54 pm

The World Class models would have both the most coils and the most durability. I don't know much about the Simmons outlet online store so I can't help you there.

Emily Says

July 17, 2015 at 1:27 pm

I'm looking to buy a beautyrest recharge twin size mattress set. Which model would have the most coils and durability? Do you know if purchasing from the Simmons outlet store online would be the same quality product as from any of the mattress store you have previously mentioned? Their prices beat everyone else. Thank you!!

Marc Says

July 14, 2015 at 11:07 am

I saw a Stearns & Foster Beloeil Luxury Cushion Firm at Bloomindale's. Then I liked Lily Rose PT Queen Prime at Mattress Firm. Are these 2 similar? Also are they similar to Sleepy's Stearn & Foster Signature Cape May Luxury Cushion Firm? Thank you.

MattressNerd Says

July 14, 2015 at 7:53 am

Sleepy's only has the older models of Beautyrest. The Resonance is the newer model, so there are some differences. Mattress Firm carries nothing like the Legend, that's a Sleepy's exclusive. Mattress Firm has their own exclusives, like the Beautyrest Black Hybrids.

MattressNerd Says

July 14, 2015 at 7:43 am

All Macy's Beautyrest models are in the Vanderbilt collection. They generally have a different cover and use a thin strip of titanium under the foam compared to the models elsewhere.

Gay Cannizzo Says

July 14, 2015 at 1:53 am

What mattress from Sleep's is equivalent to Mattress Firm World Class Resonance 14.5" Plush Mattress by Beautyrest? Also Sleepy's has a Beautyrest Legend Plush Mattress. Does Mattress Firm carry something similar?

Steve Says

July 13, 2015 at 6:07 pm

Thanks for your site... very helpful. I'm looking for a Simmons Beautyrest World Class Recharge Luxury Plush mattress. I've seen it shown as a Milliani on US Mattress, a Rekindle on, and a Shakespeare at Mattress Discounters, Sleepy's and 1800Mattress. We were able to see the Shakespeare and were happy with it - but now trying to find the best price and are confused by the different names. Please help!

Gina Says

July 13, 2015 at 4:18 pm

Great research! Quick question---why does my Beautyrest Teagen Plush Pillowtop from Macy's purchased 2015 (supposed to be world class) //// say Vanderbilt Collection on it? Do you know the difference? Thanks.

Kim Says

July 11, 2015 at 12:11 pm

Hi! I just wanted to thank you so much for doing this research for us. We were in the process of matrix charting out our own exploration. Really appreciate it. Thank you again!

Connie Says

July 8, 2015 at 5:44 pm

I suffered from a bad mattress too. This time I'm buying Beautyrest which has a very good reputation for mattress.

Connie Says

July 8, 2015 at 5:38 pm

Thanks for the chart! Just bought a Beautyrest Recharge World Class Teagan Luxury Firm Pillow Top mattress from Macy's sale for $1295.75 including tax and delivery (-$100 off with new Macy's card). The specs are very identical compared with the one on US Mattress. US Mattress price is lower ($1048). But I think the fabric looks better quality with Macy's or maybe just my preference. Macy's 14.5" height vs. US Mattress 13.5" height. It was also available in Macy's store display. I think this one will be better for my back.

MattressNerd Says

July 7, 2015 at 7:29 pm

This one used to be called the Resonance 13.5 inch. They recently changed the name to the 14.5 inch. When you scroll down to the specs, it says: Comfort Type: Plush Mattress Height: 13.5" That's copied and pasted directly from the website.

dan Says

July 7, 2015 at 12:48 pm

I checked the stats on the 14.5 and it states the mattress is 14.5 height. I also chatted with somebody from Mattress Firm who said it was not the same mattress as milliani sold by us mattress because theirs was only 13.5 where resonance is 14.5. It is the one listed on your chart under resonance but called only plush. Click on plush and it will show height is 14.5

MattressNerd Says

July 7, 2015 at 9:42 am

That one is on my chart. Apparently, they changed the name from the Resonance 13.5 to the Resonance 14.5, even though when you look at the height of the mattress, it still says 13.5 inches.

dan Says

July 6, 2015 at 8:26 pm

Mattress firm has simmons-beautyrest-world-class-resonance-14-5-plush-mattress for 1899.00 does anybody know if sears, macys or US Mattress has a comparison mattress?

JC Says

July 6, 2015 at 12:43 pm

We purchased a Beautyrest Wesley Plush mattress for our guest bedroom a couple of years ago from Sleep Experts and ended up liking it more than our $4k tempurpedic. The Wesley is discontinued. Is the Ashway Plush the similar updated model? We are going to replace our tempurpedic.

Raj Says

July 6, 2015 at 9:38 am

Hi, This is a great website you have with all the information about the mattresses but unfortunatly got to visit this after purchasing. I bought a Beautyrest shakesphere supreme luxury firm from sleepys at the rate of 1100$ for a king set.Is it worth it a price and I see the compared models are discontinued in other stores.. Is this a good mattress to purchase. I am now skeptical about my decision . Please help!!! Thanks in advance

Heidi Burleigh Says

June 27, 2015 at 12:54 pm

HELP!!! I've been searching and searching for a good mattress. What do you know about the Beautyrest Recharge World Class Manorville Luxury Firm Pillow Top Mattress Set. Amazon sells it through DealBeds for $1,399 and gives free shipping. I don't see this particular mattress on your list above. Any thoughts? Is this a good mattress? I'm looking for a very firm mattress. Thank you for any advice you may have.

Buddha Says

June 25, 2015 at 1:08 pm

Hello MattressNerd! My wife and I were looking at the Simmons World Class plush pillow tops that were being sold by Mattress Firm, Inc. on Amazon. They list a Kimble Ave model and a Manorville model. Do you know of any difference between these or would you recommend a different one? Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

June 24, 2015 at 11:13 am

The clearance sale is on 2014 models, so they're first-come, first-serve. If you want to buy a new mattress, it makes sense to wait until the 4th of July sale starts.

Julia Lindsay Says

June 24, 2015 at 12:02 am

Please help I recently bought a restonic santa rosa bed from mattress matters.. but this bed is killing my back I float on the gel layer and never seem to reach the main part.. I have had it 2 weeks and I am in pain.. I am thinking of the beautyrest recharge world class teagan luxury firm pillow top mattress 14.5 ht 1000 coils... what should I do.. what do you know about restonic.. helpppppppppp

Jek Says

June 23, 2015 at 10:40 pm

Wow. You really are a mattress nerd. Thank you so much for all the information that you have here. I just want to ask, has an ongoing clearance sale. Should I buy now or wait for July 4 sales? Is there usually a big difference? Thank you so much!

Margo Franks Says

June 23, 2015 at 7:25 am

Hi Mattressnerd, Can you help me I am trying to find a good Mattress for my 4 year old dauther a twin. I went to Raymour and Flanaigan and they have a Beautyrest recharge ultra plush wolcott. I can't find that anywhere to compare. I also saw Saatva mattresses and didn't know if they are better for children. Any advice would be great thank yoU! .

Brian Says

June 17, 2015 at 10:05 am

Macy's is replacing our 2014 Castleton Luxury Firm Pillowtop due to a manufacturer defect, but I think they are offering us a model based on the price we paid after a sale and not one that is actually comparable in quality. But finding info on discontinued products is next to impossible. Would the 2015 Alayna Firm Pillowtop be the most comparable to the 2014 Castleton Luxury Firm Pillowtop? Thanks for your help!

MattressNerd Says

June 16, 2015 at 9:05 am

The 2015 Milliani model will use a thicker gauge steel in the coils, but other than that, it's very similar. US Mattress is a legitimate site. They have brick-and-mortar stores in Michigan, but instead of expanding through retail locations, they expanded online into one of the biggest online mattress retailers. They offer warranty support and a comfort exchange policy very similar to any other retail store you'd fine.

Marc Says

June 15, 2015 at 8:59 am

HI. Thank you for such a great website! i was wondering if the Simmons Beautyrest Recharge World Class Phillipsburg Luxury Firm 2014 is the equivalent to the Beautyrest Recharge World Class Milliani Luxury Firm Mattress 2015 Model? Also, is US-Mattresses legit? they are cheaper with these mattresses about $500 then anywhere else, so i was wondering if its too good to be true? Thanx!

Matt Says

June 9, 2015 at 6:40 am

It looks as if Macy's is phasing out the Allie line, but there is a new "Kylie" collection. Is this the same thing, just under a different name?

Lynn Novak Says

June 7, 2015 at 8:15 am

We are trying to find a mattress comparable in the Serta line to our Beautyrest Crescent Recharge Hybrid luxury firm which we love. Can you help us please?

Diane Says

June 6, 2015 at 5:15 pm

We just purchased a Naila luxury firm. What is this compatible to in the Simmons product name. We were looking at the Teagan also. Which is a better purchase?

Maria Says

June 4, 2015 at 12:34 pm

Thank you so much for taking such a huge weight off our shoulders!!! So, U.S.-mattress is the only site (from what I can tell) with 2 mattresses really quiet the same. In your opinion is the Rory worth the $300 more than the Milliani?

MattressNerd Says

June 3, 2015 at 12:29 pm

I had a chance to try the Saatva Luxury Firm, and it was firmer than most of the Simmons Luxury Firms I've tried. It was also a little bouncier. But, it's a solid, well-made mattress as far as I can tell, and they do have a return policy, so that's nice. It isn't a bad idea to try a Saatva and if it doesn't work, then go with a Beautyrest. You'd only be out the delivery fee.

hf85 Says

June 2, 2015 at 7:23 pm

Hi Mattressnerd, I haven't seen anything on your website, but I was wondering, what is your opinion on the Saatva mattresses compared to these bigger brands such as Simmons/Sealy? I was thinking about purchasing a Simmons Luxury Firm, I am a side/back sleeper, and then I stumbled upon the Saatva mattresses. Any thoughts? Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

May 31, 2015 at 1:26 pm

It should be good for over 5 years, but 10 might be a stretch. This Beautyrest is going to be far stronger than most things by Symbol. The Vinings should be fine, honestly. It all depends on which you felt better supported your body and which felt most comfortable (i.e. you felt the least pressure on).

Thomas R. Says

May 30, 2015 at 8:50 pm

Soo glad I found this! I did alot of shopping around and finally decided on the beautyrest vinings plush. I can get it for $700 (down from $1199) but my only worry is quality. Could you see this particular mattress holding up for 5 to 10 years? I'm about 200 lbs and my fiance is a little over 100lbs.I'd really appreciate the insight, I bought a symbol pillowtop a few years ago for $600 and it was literally unusable after a year! Otherwise would you suggest that I spring a lil extra and get the beautyrest resonance instead? I can get the resonance world class queen size for $1k. Any insight you might have would be greatly appreciated!!! Thinking about purchasing tomorrow.

neil Says

May 27, 2015 at 6:20 pm

I bought the Beautyrest Recharge Bedminster from Mattress One paid 1199.00plus tax del is ywo weeks away what other Beautyrest Recharge compare to the Bedminster thanks

MattressNerd Says

May 25, 2015 at 4:05 pm

The Memorial Day sales tend to be bigger than the regular sales.

Travis W. Says

May 25, 2015 at 12:03 pm

My wife and I just moved to a bigger house and need to upgrade our 9 year old Beautyrest World Class queen size to a comparable or better king size model. Are these Memorial Day sales legit? If I can negotiate the same prices next weekend, I would rather take the extra time to do more research and go to different stores (maybe even try out a foam model). On the other hand, I don't want to pay more money than I have to. Let me know if I really should try to buy today or if Memorial Day is just a sales gimmick. Great website, thanks for your help!

MattressNerd Says

May 24, 2015 at 12:58 pm

You can get it for less. I emailed you the details.

Chris Says

May 24, 2015 at 10:46 am

Hi, I just purchased(but haven't received delivery) on a World Class Shakespeare Plush Super Pillowtop from Sleepy's (they appear to be selling the 2014 model?) for 1670 + tax. On Mattress Firm, I found the World Class Providence Plush Pillowtop for 1500 (before any haggling). Are these mattresses the same thing? I will probably cancel my order at Sleepy's if so. Thanks.

MattressNerd Says

May 23, 2015 at 5:11 pm

The Cresthill is kind of a weird one to compare, because they have another world class pillowtop that's thinner, and equivalent to basically everybody else's pillowtop. The next step up is supposed to use a 1.5 inch layer of microcoils, and everybody else's "step up" within the World Class levels uses those microcoils. Mattress Firm does not list that on their site, however, So I'd say it's a comparable mattress, but if it replaces the microcoils with a layer of foam, it is not exactly the same. The Beautyrests use pretty good quality foams, but if you're using really thick layers of foam, it will sag more over time. Let's say the foam compresses 10% a few years from now. If you have 10 inches of foam, that's an inch of compression, whereas if you're only using 4 inches of foam, you're looking at 0.4 inches of compression. That's an oversimplified example, but the idea is the same.

robbielyn Says

May 23, 2015 at 6:29 am

hi. I just got a world class cresthill from mattress firm which you compare to the rory. but mine is only 1000 coils. is my mattress a good mattress? did they really put quality foams in it? ive read beauty rest has a lot of complaints of sagging within 6 mos to 2 years. btw I paid 1699.00+ tax. did I get totally ripped?

Jason Says

May 18, 2015 at 3:12 pm

Thank you for putting up this great information. My girlfriend and I were thinking of buying the Beautyrest Teagan Extra Firm mattress from macy's. We both liked it when we tried it in the store. We also read all the great review on Saatva mattress. How does the Beautyrest world class extra firm compares to Saatva Firm mattress? Thanks

MattressNerd Says

May 18, 2015 at 12:54 pm

The Vinings Plush at Mattress Firm is equivalent to the Melany Plush. The Melany Plush is 2 inches thicker (i.e. it has more foam) than the Ashaway, while the Vinings is almost an exact match. The Ashaway and the Lizbeth have the same exact foams up top, though the Ashaway uses 50 more coils in the queen size. No other retailer has anything with the lower quality foams up top and 850 coils. Instead of creating a whole new line in the chart just for that Mattress Firm model, I said it's "comparable to" (not the exact same as) the Lizbeth. The Ashaway is a slight upgrade because of the coils, but it should feel more similar to the Lizbeth than the Melany because of the foams it uses.

Lo Says

May 17, 2015 at 6:56 pm

Hi MattressNerd, thank you for posting the comparsion info, so helpful! I checked out the Ashaway Plush 11" at Mattress Firm and really liked the bed. I then checked with U.S. Mattress (online shop) hoping they would have the bed at a cheaper price. The consultant at U.S. Mattress told me the comparable mattress is not the Melany Plush but instead it's the Lizbeth Plush. I wanted to see if you agree. The only thing i could find on Mattress Firm is that the Ashaway has 850 coil and Lizbeth is 800. Any input is appreciated. Thank you! Lo

Travis Says

May 14, 2015 at 10:00 am

Fly they are charging $1799 for the Naila world class and includes box springs

Travis Says

May 14, 2015 at 9:57 am

Hi! I love your site, I was wondering if you could help! I am trying to buy a beauty rest world class recharge mattress called "Naila". The store is Homemakers in Des Moines Iowa. They said they price match plus 20%, the problem is I cannot find the Nala for sell anywhere but Homemakers. I have found what appears to be the exact same bed at stores like Pottery Barn and Sears but with different names, I am afraid they will say it has to be a Naila model. Is this a game furniture stores play? What do you know about the Naila and do you have any tips for price matches for this mattress? Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

May 12, 2015 at 9:31 am

That's the equivalent to the Lyric Plush Pillowtop and its equivalents, so you can check the prices to see if they're any better in the chart above. If you like a soft mattress, you've found a good one.

Colleen Says

May 11, 2015 at 6:21 pm

I looked at a Beautyrest Recharge Elkhart Lake Pillowtop at Metro Mattress. They will sell to me with tax for $793. Is this a good mattress and a good price? I am a side sleeper, about 160 lbs and I like a soft bed. Thank you so much for your help. I never dreamed finding a mattress would be so hard.

MattressNerd Says

May 6, 2015 at 12:27 pm

Nothing exactly, but the more expensive of the Classic models is fairly close.

Jacqueline Says

May 6, 2015 at 12:21 pm

Hi - thanks for the comparison! What is equivalent to Shakespeare Supreme Luxury Firm in 2015? Thanks!!

MattressNerd Says

April 24, 2015 at 6:09 pm

They're different years, but otherwise fairly similar. The Shakespeare was a 2014 model.

Melissa Says

April 24, 2015 at 2:35 pm

How does the Allie Firm compare to the Shakespeare Luxury Firm? any thoughts are greatly appreciated!

MattressNerd Says

April 17, 2015 at 11:53 pm

It's similar to one of the mid-range Classic lineup Beautyrests.

cyrus Says

April 17, 2015 at 11:27 pm

Thank you for putting up the website! A question: how does the Westin Heavenly Bed compare to these Beautyrest Recharge beds? I heard Heavenly bed is just a normal Beautyrest Recharge, but you might know better

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