Simmons Beautyrest Recharge 2014 Comparison Guide

Disclosure: This site receives a payment from Macy’s, Sleepy’s, 1800 Mattress, US Mattress, or Overstock when you purchase a product using any links to those companies in this article.

Comparison shopping for a mattress can be very confusing because different retailers have different names for essentially the same mattress. You have to look at the specs of the mattress, which takes extra effort and can be frustrating. Sometimes, retailers will have slightly different specs, which will have no impact on how the mattress feels and is essentially the same mattress.

In this guide I’ll do all of the work for you to make it easier to comparison shop for the Simmons Beautyrest mattresses. Whether you saw a mattress in store and want to find a lower price online, or saw a mattress online and want to try it in a store first (which is a good idea), this chart can help. (Update: The 2014 models are being discontinued and a lot of retailers are coming out with the 2015 Beautyrest models. Here is the comparison chart for the 2015 models. This also means you can get some good deals on floor models and clearance merchandise. Check to see if your local store has any, and if not, check out US Mattress’s selection here)


(To jump directly to the chart, click here)

Beautyrest comes in a few different levels. There is the Beautyrest Recharge Classic and the Beautyrest Recharge World Class. There are also levels above that, but they vary from retailer to retailer, and it’s harder to comparison shop. Some have the Beautyrest Ultra, some have the Beautyrest Black, some have the Beautyrest Legend. But everybody has the Classic and World Class, so that’s what I’m focusing on.

When you’re comparing prices, make sure you select the correct boxspring. Some retailers have the mattress and boxspring set as the default, some have just the mattress and you need to add the boxspring manually.

To use this chart, just find the model you want to compare, and compare models in the same row. Enter the model name of what you want to compare in the search box for quicker results. Click on the name to open a new window to that retailer to see the price. L1, L2, and L3 stand for “level 1, level 2, level 3” within the recharge classic lineup. 

Simmons Beautyrest Recharge 2014 Comparison Chart

1800 MattressUS-mattressOverstockMattress Firm
Classic -
Basic firm
Clearwater Tight Top FirmStriped FirmRecharge Firm--Greenwood Firm
Basic plush---Adda PlushIssa PlushEdmore Plush
L1 Firm--Kenosha Place Luxury FirmMaddyn Luxury FirmMitzi Luxury Firm
L1 Plush-Shakespeare PlushRecharge PlushKenosha Place PlushMaddyn Plush-
L1 Plush Pillowtop---Kenosha Place Plush PillowtopMaddyn Plush PillowtopHatteras Plush Pillowtop
L2 PlushBainbridge Tight Top PlushShakespeare Luxury PlushRecharge Luxury PlushLydia Manor PlushLilah Plush-
L2 FirmBainbridge Tight Top FirmShakespeare Luxury FirmRecharge Luxury FirmLydia Manor Luxury FirmLilah Luxury Firm-
L2 Extra firm---Lydia Manor Extra FirmLilah Extra Firm-
L2 Plush PillowtopBainbridge Pillowtop PlushShakespeare Luxury Plush PillowtopRecharge Luxury PillowtopLydia Manor Plush PillowtopLilah Plush Pillowtop-
L2 Firm PillowtopBainbridge Pillowtop Firm--Lydia Manor Luxury Firm PillowtopLilah Luxury Firm Pillowtop-
L3 Extra FirmCastleton Tight Top Extra FirmShakespeare Supreme Luxury FirmRecharge Supreme Luxury FirmMonument Valley Extra FirmReynaldo Extra Firm-
L3 Plush---Monument Valley PlushReynaldo Plush-
L3 Luxury Firm---Monument Valley Luxury FirmReynaldo Luxury FirmFischer Island Luxury Firm
L3 Firm PillowtopCastleton Luxury Firm Pillowtop--Monument Valley Luxury Firm PillowtopReynaldo Luxury Firm PillowtopDoublegate Luxury Firm Pillowtop
L3 Plush PillowtopCastleton Pillowtop Luxury PlushShakespeare Supreme Luxury Plush PillowtopRecharge Supreme Luxury PillowtopMonument Valley Plush PillowtopReynaldo Plush Pillowtop-
World Class -Extra Firm
Seabring Tight Top Extra Firm--Phillipsburg FirmSea Glen Extra FirmContender Firm
Firm-Shakespeare World Class Luxury FirmWorld Class Luxury FirmPhillipsburg Luxury FirmSea Glen Luxury Firm-
Plush-Shakespeare World Class Luxury PlushWorld Class Luxury PlushPhillipsburg PlushSea Glen PlushContender Plush
Plush Pillowtop-Shakespeare World Class Luxury Plush Super PillowtopWorld Class Luxury Plush Super PillowtopPhillipsburg Plush PillowtopSea Glen Plush Super PillowtopContender Pillowtop
Firm PillowtopSonora Firm PillowtopShakespeare World Class Luxury Firm Super PillowtopWorld Class Luxury Firm Super PillowtopPhillipsburg Luxury Firm PillowtopSea Glen Luxury Firm Super Pillowtop-
Luxury FirmSaratoga Tight Top Luxury Firm--Tillingham Luxury FirmRekindle Luxury Firm-
Luxury PlushSaratoga Tight Top Plush--Tillingham Luxury PlushRekindle Luxury Plush-
Luxury Firm PillowtopSaratoga Pillowtop Luxury Firm--Tillingham Luxury FIrm PillowtopRekindle Luxury Firm Pillowtop-
Luxury Plush Pillowtop---Tillingham Ultra Plush PillowtopRekindle Luxury Plush PillowtopEast Hampton 15.5" Luxury Plush Pillowtop

A few notes about the table:

  • There may be minor differences in the mattresses due to the aforementioned retailer exclusives. These should have no impact on how the mattress feels.
  • Check my Coupon Page to see if the retailers have any coupons to bring the price down even further.
  • Consider factors like delivery speed, delivery charge, and return policy when comparing prices.
  • only sells the mattress and boxspring as a set; you cannot buy just the mattress alone for these.
  • When comparing prices, be sure to compare the correct size and whether or not it comes with a boxspring (i.e. “mattress set” vs “mattress only”)

I focused on the biggest brick-and-mortar retailers and the biggest online retailers. I wanted to do Sears as well, but they don’t put specs on their website and their links often came up broken, so I had a hard time comparing models. I obviously can’t put the model name that every small time retailer uses in the chart. So if you want to compare any other Simmons Beautyrest (or any other brand), check out my free Mattress Comparison Shopping Service. I will find the cheapest comparison models for you!

So what can you do with this information?

Either find the mattress you liked in the chart, find the lowest price, and buy it online or go back into the showroom and take advantage of a price beat guarantee. The latter might save you more money but is more time consuming. The former is quicker and easier.

If this helps you save money, please let me know in the comments below!

Disclosure: This site receives a payment from Macy’s, Sleepy’s, 1800 Mattress, US Mattress, or Overstock when you purchase a product using any links to those companies in this article.

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MattressNerd Says

September 5, 2016 at 9:22 am

Do you have a link to it? A google search isn't coming up with anything.

Casper Says

September 5, 2016 at 12:04 am

Found at a local shop in Southern California: Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Palm Luxury Firm PT What is this? Not on the chart above. Prices says 1559/Twin up to 2639/King Marked down this weekend for Labor Day Sale @ 899/Twin up to 1499/King Let me know if you want to see a (bad) picture.

Karen Joy Says

July 3, 2016 at 12:58 am

I missed the update. Thank you!!

MattressNerd Says

July 2, 2016 at 6:35 pm

You'd have to look at my updated chart here: 2016 Beautyrest Comparison Chart It's the same as the ones in the row that begins with Kenosha Place Plush Pillowtop.

Karen Joy Says

July 2, 2016 at 1:04 am

I have been researching mattresses for several weeks. On my own, I suspected that furniture/mattress companies were house branding their mattresses to keep buyers from comparing apples to apples. I did a search for a comparison chart and found your website. Thank you so much! Initially, we were going to purchase the Meadowdale Sealy Posturepedic from Costco, as it seemed the best value for the money, on sale at $774.99. However, when we learned that we had to wait 2-4 weeks for delivery, we decided to shop locally. I was sort of flying blind, though, as the store with the lowest prices and immediate stock on hand is American Furniture Warehouse, and the names of the Sealy mattresses there do not correspond with any on your Sealy comparison list. We went to American Furniture Warehouse fully intending to purchase Sealy Posturpedic Adley ($788 for a CalKing), which, according to the information I could glean online by cross-referencing, that seemed to be the best mattress we could afford that was, again, in stock. But, when we got to the store, my husband and I tried out many mattresses and were surprised to discover that our favorite was one called Alondra by Simmons Beautyrest ($855 for a CalKing). Even though it was a little more than we planned on spending, we found that we liked the Alondra better, even, than much more expensive mattresses! But, I still wanted to cross-check. I found this page on Simmons on my smartphone while I was still in the store, but -- no Alondra was listed. I was so hesitant to pull the trigger and actually make the purchase, especially since we weren't able to compare apples to apples. I just didn't know what we were getting for our money. However, my husband just wanted to be DONE shopping, and I agreed with him that the Alondra felt wonderful and felt like exactly what we wanted. And, again, it was in stock. No waiting 2-4 weeks and paying freight delivery charges. We won't be picking up for a few more days -- it's going to go on the new furniture we are having delivered on Monday. But, I guess I'm just so nervous about whether or not we got a good deal. This is the information page on the Alondra by the store's website: Would you be able to tell me which mattresses on this chart are similar (or identical)? Thank you!!

Jeremy Says

June 4, 2016 at 2:27 pm

My wife and I bought a Recharge Advantage Series Hybrid ORLAND PARK from Art Van Furniture in Western Michigan. Even though we were looking to buy a Serta iSeries, this mattress has had all the features we were looking for at a discounted price. It was a display in their mock bedroom set ups. The original price was $2600 plus for just the mattress, we left there with it for $900 and change. I can't seem to find any information on this particular mattress, even on Simmons website. Can you find any info?

sam Says

June 3, 2016 at 7:00 pm

HI, We are just now looking to buy a king size Allie Firm Mattress. Wondering if you purchased it and how it is holding up? We went to a Mattress Xpress store that just opened in our area. I was skeptical because it looked like a knock off store, but they had tons of discounted mattresses. We got the king size set plus frame for $550. Have no idea if that was a deal, but hope the mattress holds up. If I recall this is the same mattress that we saw and liked at Sleepy's for $1,100. The salesmen also told us that they get their mattresses from Macy's. Lastly I was shocked to see how much negotiation can be done with purchasing a mattress...hope I wheeled and dealed enough...

Brandon Says

May 28, 2016 at 6:20 pm

Thank you for all the valuable info on this website. I am so glad stumbled upon it. Buying my first nice mattress and I was very green but the info here helped immensely. I saved over $250 on the mattress alone and even more by not buying the overpriced add ons. I can't thank you enough for the unbiased, honest info!

Jon Hanessian Says

February 21, 2016 at 11:49 pm

Really helpful web site. Looking to get comprable pricing for the following mattress my wife and I are interested in from Art Van, it is part of the Beautyrest recharge Advantage collection which they call the Orland Park which is the luxury firm one. We want the King size. Any help on identifying and figuring out what the best price is would be hugely helpful, they'll price match and like their service... Thanks.

Jill blandford Says

January 2, 2016 at 9:02 pm

I purchased a Beautyrest classic Nicole firm plush mattress and now I need an equivalent mattress for a California king bed? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

MattressNerd Says

November 22, 2015 at 10:20 am

It'll be the plush pillowtop world class, but yes, it's similar. The one at Sleepy's is a 2013 model that they never switched over this year, but it's almost identical.

stephanie Says

November 20, 2015 at 5:29 pm

hi, do you know what the equivalent to the Beautyrest Teagan luxury plush pillowtop from macy's is in Sleepys? the guy from sleepys is telling me it's the Simmons Beautyrest Shakespeare World Class Luxury Plush but I'm just not sure if I believe him.

MattressNerd Says

November 10, 2015 at 10:05 am

The ones in the row that begin with Kenosha Place Plush would be the most similar (but not exact, since the models have changed a bit from year to year).

Michelle Says

November 10, 2015 at 9:35 am

Hi, I had a king size mattress, Beautyrest Vanderbilt collection Classic Linden Plush. I'm in the market to get this mattress in a queen size, however I believe this mattress has been discontinued. What would be the comparable?

Tony Says

September 13, 2015 at 1:32 pm

Hi - I am trying to purchase a Beautyrest "Bouvet Island Recharge" mattress that I slept in at Nelligan Hotel in Montreal. I am having difficulty finding a place to purchase it from. Can you please help? Thank you.

Sean Says

August 10, 2015 at 9:57 am

Forgive me if I you have commented on this previously. We went to Sleepy's and purchased a Temperpedic firm mattress and the movable boxspring under their 90 day in home trial. After 30 days we determined that TP was just not a fit. We returned and liked a Beautyrest Legend for $2499. I came home to do some research and found that the Legend isn't has good as its price. We then went and looked at the BR Black Hope Luxury Firm for $2250 and liked that as well. Can you offer a perspective? Sleepy's will charge $175 if we want to return the TP. I can't find any real comparisons on which to make a decision and don't want to get ripped off.

KD Says

June 28, 2015 at 2:38 pm

Hi, My husband are I are looking to buy a Luxury Firm Beautyrest. We've been to both Macys and Sleepys. At Macys we liked the Beautyrest Black Edenton Luxury Firm Tight Top. At Sleepys we tried the Worldclass Shakespeare Luxury Firm mattress. We aren't really sure what the difference is or the comparable models between Macys and Sleepys. Is the black collection at Macys worth the extra money? Or are they a similar nights sleep. We've also contemplated the W bed but can't find many reviews about it. We want a nice luxury hotel quality mattress that won't sag in the middle. Any help would be great!

puzzlefighter Says

June 15, 2015 at 4:06 pm

From the pictures on the US mattress website, the Rory doesn't have the microcoils either, however the description does indicate that they are there.

Nitrostout Says

June 15, 2015 at 2:48 am

Hello MattressNerd! I love your site & the conversations you've had with your readers. I am currently sinking between my husband and our tiny daughter in the canyon of a decomposing cal King sleep number bed. Fortunately, we had the opportunity to enjoy a 2014 Beautyrest Hospitality Astoria Pillowtop last night at the Castle Inn on the beach in Cambria, CA. What a lovely mattress! We are now highly motivated to research and purchase a new mattress, thus I am seeking your expert advice. Which 2014 or 2015 retail models do you think will offer comparable comfort to the Astoria commercial model? I hope you continue your admirable efforts! ~ nitrostout ~

MattressNerd Says

June 10, 2015 at 8:34 pm

In general, the micro-coils will replace a layer of foam, and they tend to be a bit more durable and just feel a little different. There is a 2015 model, but I don't know of any brick-and-mortar retailers that have it on display. At US Mattress, it's called the Rory. The Mattress Firm version, the Cresthill, doesn't seem to have the micro-coil layer (unless there is a misprint on their website).

KimL Says

June 10, 2015 at 7:12 pm

I tried several different stores today looking for the micro coils and none of the sales reps knew what I was talking about. I was looking to try the Tillingham before ordering from US-Mattress as it's now on clearance. I found your website after coming home and saw the comparable names there and tried the Mattress Firm online chat assistance and was told I couldn't find it in a store. Is there a plus to having those micro coils if you have lower back problems? And is there a 2015 equivalent to the Tillingham?

MattressNerd Says

June 4, 2015 at 10:41 pm

Vanderbilt is the name of Macy's Beautyrest collection. Not the name of a specific mattress.

Hmwende Says

June 4, 2015 at 6:14 am

I just bought what I thought was a Beautyrest World Class Teagan plush pillow top from Macy's and it was delivered to my home. However, the brand on the bed says Beautyreat Vanderbilt. Can you confirm what bed I actually received? It feels a little different than what I felt in the store.

SE Says

May 26, 2015 at 5:38 pm

Hi, We are looking at the Beautyrest Allie Firm Mattress at Macy's. Can you tell me the name of this mattress at Overstock, or other retailers? It was less expensive than the one with the Cashmere top (about $1,000 less). We liked the more expensive mattress better with more coils. But, didn't feel the price was worth it? Thoughts? Thank you so much for all of your research.

Carlos Says

May 25, 2015 at 11:18 pm

Hello, great site! What do you know about the following mattress. . .this is straight off of the invoice: Brand: Simmons Worldclass Description: SE Pomeroy Plush Pillowtop Mattress King Prime SKU: V000053133 Vendor: Mattress Firm Thanks! Any clarity is greatly appreciated.

MattressNerd Says

May 25, 2015 at 4:06 pm

That mattress has a nice coil system, but almost no foam on top. So it's a great option for a guest room, college student, or something that will be used temporarily. Or, if you buy a mattress topper for it, it might be fine. Otherwise, it doesn't have any material on top to relieve pressure.

Sandy Says

May 25, 2015 at 6:31 am

Memorial Day special: Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Firm mattress twin $200 or queen $280 at Memorial Days Doorbuster Sales $219.99 for Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Firm Twin - $299.99 for Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Firm Queen (Standard springbox is $100 extra) ------------------------- 10% coupon code 1800SAVE10 , Expire 6/1. Delivery is $40, or FREE if orders over $299.98. What's your take on these mattresses???

MattressNerd Says

May 23, 2015 at 5:08 pm

Firm pillowtop might be fine, but I'd be skeptical about buying a mattress without trying it. Part of the difference will be in the coils. The firm version will use thicker gauge coils, which makes it feel firmer underneath.

jess Says

May 23, 2015 at 8:13 am

this sitenis great. i hope u can help. i recently got the simmons beautyrest worldclass "shakesphere" plush pillowtop from sleepys(totally gor ripped off butnit was to late when we realized) its a nice bed but i think it may be just a tad to soft. my concern is ... would the firm pillowtop version be to firm? there are no showroom models to check out. i love the softness but its just has to much "sink" to it. please give me ur opinion. thanks

Erward osckar Says

March 26, 2015 at 11:52 pm

Hello thanks for the comparison. I do want to learn about how you can help us personal shop for our beautyrest 2014 mattress. I had just returned from sleep country in washington state and i liked this mattress: ... Now i think i can get much better pricing from overstock but not sure which would be the comparable model. I am guessing its the lilah plush. Can y pls verify and email me how i can help you earn comission? ;) Thanks Ed

Todd Says

March 25, 2015 at 2:38 am

Great website! I saw the Recharge World Class Beautyrest Teagan Luxury Firm Pillowtop mattress at Macy's tonight and I really enjoyed the mattress a great deal. I am having some difficulty telling what line this replaced at Macy's so I can compare against other options. Was it the Saratoga? Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Drew Says

March 25, 2015 at 1:06 am

I found a floor model sale that i liked (Beautyrest luxury firm recharge JILLIAN) however it's hard to find that Jillian model online, US mattress has a couple Luxury firm mattresses the TILLINGHAM and the Phillipsburg. What are the differences between the Jillian, gillingham, and phillipsburg if any? please thank you!

Steve Says

March 19, 2015 at 2:01 am

I have my eye on the Simmons Beautyrest Recharge series and I prefer a firm pillowtop (queen size). I have found a few different ones, and I only found the Lydia Manor Luxury Firm Pillowtop on this page. On I found the Melrose II Luxury Firm Pillow Top, and has the Linden Forest Pillowtop (which doesn't say firm, but my research online seemed to show it was firm). The Linden Forest and Lydia Manor are around same amount, and the Melrose II is about $40 more. I'm having a hard time making a decision, especially since I haven't found a place that has displays of these mattresses. I appreciate any help with those 3. I understand you would get a commission with the Lydia Manor through US Mattress, but I still would like to get an honest opinion. Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

March 18, 2015 at 7:18 am

The Edenton is in the Beautyrest Black collection, and those tend to be sold exactly the same price everywhere. Most places have the same name for it, but Macy's is an exception. That one is the same as the Beautyrest Black Ava Luxury Firm that a lot of other places, including US Mattress, have. But, the thing is, it's the same price. It's 2069 at Macy's in a queen sized set after their 10% off, and it's that price on US Mattress as well. The Teagan is equivalent to the old World Class lineup (the lower priced ones), so you can reference the chart for all of the comparison models for that. It's the same as the Phillipsburg, Sea Glen, etc. In that row.

Sarah Says

March 18, 2015 at 12:38 am

You are literally the coolest guy ever. We are working on buying a new mattress right now and traced the Simmons Beautyrest Sylvan Lake Luxury Firm to the Macy's Castleton and Overstock Reynaldo Firm mattresses (just to confirm that was a correct tracing!) I used to have the sylvan lake mattress and loved it, so I am trying to get one like it or THAT one for our new bed. Macy's just got rid of the Castleton and is replacing it, and I think that their new Teagan is the repackaged Castleton. I always prefer, if I can negotiate properly, to give a salesperson a commission rather than just buying online, but I want to make sure this is the correct mattress before doing so. There was also another one that I did like, the Macy's Edenton Luxury Firm. There isn't any listing for the 2015 lineups that I've found on your site yet and I'm super curious if I can find a good online price for the previous model of the Edenton as well (for negotiation purposes of course)! :) thanks you are freaking awesome!

MattressNerd Says

March 10, 2015 at 5:57 pm

No, all Sleepy's are the same company. It's no different than ordering something at one Walmart from another Walmart.

Stephanie Elam Says

March 10, 2015 at 5:46 pm

Thank you. And it's not strange that it's a floor model from a different sleepy's? I can't help it- I'm suspicious by nature!!

MattressNerd Says

March 10, 2015 at 5:17 pm

That's a good deal as long as it's in good condition. You'll find some floor models now that the 2014 lineup is being discontinued in favor for the 2015 lineup.

Stephanie Elam Says

March 10, 2015 at 3:31 pm

Thanks for this great site! Quick question- I just went into a local Sleepies to see if they have any floor models on sale and they do. However it's a floor model that's not from that store. Thoughts? The mattress ( I'm just buying the mattress) is a beautyrest Shakespeare recharge plush. The salesman is offering to sell me a queen size floor model for $249. What are your thoughts on all of this? Thanks

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MattressNerd Says

March 5, 2015 at 4:49 pm

That'll be just any of the Beautyrest World Class Plush models, like the Phillipsburg or the Sea Glen.

Jerry Thagard Says

March 5, 2015 at 4:09 pm

Can you translate the King BR World Class Bouvet Island Recharge Plush set which is a commercial product I loved in a Canadian hotel to a product I can buy in Houston, TX.?

NIck Says

March 4, 2015 at 11:52 am

I am trying to match up exact specification on mattresses that are the same as Macy's Beautyrest Recharge "Senora" luxury firm pillowtop. Your chart appears to match it with the Phillipsburg and Sea Glen. However, the Senora has a much different material look than the other two. I this a material that is exclusive to Macy's or do the mattresses vary in other areas as well? Thank you!

MattressNerd Says

March 3, 2015 at 9:49 pm

When a few more places have them. I'm mainly waiting for 1800 Mattress and US Mattress to get the models, since they're the two that usually have the lowest prices. As of right now, neither has the new lineup out yet.

Teri Says

March 3, 2015 at 9:21 pm

When will you have your 2015 comparison completed.? It is a very useful site but when I tried to price match it was not effective as they wont price match last years models:(( thank you for all of the time you surely put into your site for all of us that are in mattress overload!

Robert Says

February 26, 2015 at 9:45 am

First thanks for the helpful information on your website. 2 questions; We are looking at the beautyrest recharge series. could you explain the differences in the L1, L2, and L3. We thought all the luxury Firm mattresses were the same. Also, would you consider the "Mitzi Luxury Firm" sold through Mattress Firm the same as the "Wild Honey" Luxury Firm sold through Bed Pros? Again thanks for all the info.

Victor Says

February 24, 2015 at 8:01 pm

We're looking at buying the based on the Consumer Report rating Beautyrest Recharge Palisades Court Luxury Firm Pillowtop. However Macy's is not having this on sale anymore. Do you know which store/website has the same model? We'd prefer store purchasing. Thanks

MattressNerd Says

February 17, 2015 at 11:49 pm

Sorry, can't find the specs of that mattress anywhere. Oftentimes, hotel mattresses are a bit different than the retail versions, so it won't line up perfectly anyway. I'd recommend going into a store to try out a few Beautyrest mattress to see which one feels the most similar to the hotel mattress.

Shanna Says

February 17, 2015 at 8:36 pm

My husband stayed at a hotel recently and LOVED the mattress. It was a BeautyRest Recharge by Simmons Hospitality. It also said Choice Hotel Recharger II Plush. Any ideas on how that translates to your chart?

Ed Says

February 15, 2015 at 9:12 am

Thank you so much for this information. We started the shopping process a month ago, and were so disheartened by the creepy, pushy salesmen at the mattress stores we pretty much gave up. Not only did you save us some money, but this page inspired me to actually make the purchase rather than continuing on our old, uncomfortable bed. Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

February 15, 2015 at 7:53 am

Firm has two definitions. It can mean something that is strong underneath, supportive, durable, etc. OR, it can mean something hard on the surface. Both of the ones you're looking at are firm underneath AND hard on the surface. The Phillipsburg has a little extra foam, but the foam it uses is very dense, so you're less likely to feel the springs over time. If you're looking to stay under $500, the Lydia Manor should be fine though. For what it's worth, those mattresses are very likely too firm for you, whether you feel that way or not. An extra-firm mattress will not likely contour to the lumbar section of your back when you're on your back, and will cause pressure to your shoulders and hips when you're on your side. I'd recommend going into a showroom and spending maybe 10 minutes on a slightly softer mattress. Tell the salesperson to get lost, and try to lie on mattresses 10 minutes at a time. Spend 10 minutes on an extra firm, and spend 10 minutes on a "luxury firm" or "cushion firm" or something along those lines. I think you'll find you can stay in one position longer on the luxury firm.

Nick Says

February 14, 2015 at 6:48 pm

I'm 200lbs and like firm mattresses. I've noticed that it's difficult to find a mattress for under $500 in full size that's firm and doesn't jiggle and feel like a trampoline. Sometimes during holiday sales, the Lydia Manor Extra Firm (in the L2 Extra Firm Category) sells for $499 in full size. It has 617 coil count in full size, a 13.75 coil gauge and a comfort scale of 2.5. The Phillipsburg (World Class Extra Firm Category) in full size has 825 coil count, 14 gauge coil and a comfort level of 2. It seems like the Phillipsburg has more padding and foam, but is the Phillipsburg that much more firm?

MattressNerd Says

February 11, 2015 at 6:22 pm

The more expensive ones use a layer of "micro coils" in the pillowtop.

Amy Says

February 11, 2015 at 4:34 pm

Hello, I was wondering if you know what the difference is between the World Class Plush Pillowtop and the World Class Luxury Plush Pillowtop? Besides the difference in price they look identical and I don't see the two models on Beautyrests web site to compare the two? Thanks!

Mary Chastain- Alford Says

February 9, 2015 at 11:01 pm

I bought my Simmons beauty rest world class recharge @ Raymour & Flanagan in the Northeast. It was called the Royal Palms Plush. I live down South now and can't get to a Raymour & F. What would the comparable mattress be that I could buy at Mattress Firm or Thanks so much, Mary

Patty Says

February 8, 2015 at 11:55 am

I am trying to figure out what bed is the same just different name as Phoebe plush pillowtop they are few and far between themselves but are they under another name?

Steven Says

January 30, 2015 at 2:28 pm

I just wanted to leave a quick note to show my appreciation for the time that you have put in to share this valuable and excellent information with us. The name cross reference list was extremely helpful, and adding links to the names made it so much easier to compare. This site should be added to Consumer Reports mattress reviews!

MattressNerd Says

January 18, 2015 at 10:12 am

The most similar would be the World Class Plush Pillowtops on the chart. There are more coils these days, but it's still in the world class collection. The main difference is the newer ones use higher quality foams as technology has evolved.

Ginger Says

January 16, 2015 at 4:40 pm

Hello MattressNerd! Just found your website and I have a question. In Dec 2014, we purchased a king size Simmons BeautyRest World Class Lorena Plush ET KG Mattress at Macy's (then Bon Marche). SKU 3444197; Style P18848. We have loved that mattress all these years and refer to it as "the cloud." Unfortunately, it has lived its life and we need to replace it. Can you tell us what model Simmons is currently selling that would be similar? I found the information listed below online if it helps you understand the specs of the Lorena. Thank you for your help. Model Features Lorena Plush Support Core: InnerspringComfort Level: PlushComfort Type: Tight Top Overview Special Characteristics: •Innerspring Addresses concerns with: •Edge Support Specifications Comfort Layers:•Other Comfort Details: 3/4" PurFoam P50, 5/16" PurFoam P34, 1 1/4" oz per square foot Celestra, 3/8" PurFoam P34 Edge Support:•Edge Support Details: 2 rows of 13 1/4" gauge 7 3/4" coils, Border Rod Gauge: 9 Core Support:•Core Details: Super Pocketed Coil, 1/2" Bloc Foam Bottom Coil Support; 800 Coil Count (Queen); 15.00 Coil Gauge Foundation:•Foundation Name: Triton Foundation •Foundation Type: Box Spring Overall Build:•1.2 ounces per square inch of Fire Retardant Fiber (Fire Safety Certified)

Kim Says

January 11, 2015 at 6:10 pm

Thanks for the work people have done to translate the various makes and models. We provided a "comparable" to Sleep Country USA and they beat a price from by 5%. The matched price (also including the 5%) provided a savings of over $600 from the lowest quoted price we received in the store. Thanks again!

Shannon Says

January 5, 2015 at 11:09 am

Hi, My co-worker just told me about your website, and how she used it to order a new mattress online. So far, she is very pleased!! I have finally found a Beautyrest mattress, but cannot find it sold anywhere else in town. I'm looking for all models comparable to the Beautyrest world class ( I think) treetop luxury firm mattress available at Home Comfort. Any suggestions??

jen Says

December 31, 2014 at 9:46 am

Is the beautyrest recharge pillowtop a good choice of mattress? I have heard a lot of negative reviews about the beautyrest line as well as sagging and indention with the pillowtops. Any thoughts?

MattressNerd Says

December 30, 2014 at 10:03 pm

EXCELLENT! Stories like this are the whole reason I started this site. Good job, you got a great deal.

Eric Says

December 29, 2014 at 9:45 pm

Want to know how I just saved $1,160.70 on a king size mattress? First I went to Sleepy’s and Mattress Firm stores to test out mattresses and fell in love with the plush Simmons Beautyrest Recharge World Class. The salesman at Mattress Firm mentioned that they would price match plus take an additional 10% off any comparable mattress. I came home to do some research and found that the product name change game that mattress companies play was actually very confusing to a layman like me. Then I stumbled across The Mattress Nerd at This guy took all the work out of the research process. He created a comparison guide with all the equivalent names. For example: Overstock: Simmons Beautyrest Sea Glen Plush US-Mattress: Simmons Beautyrest Phillipsburg Plush 1-800 Mattress: Simmons Beautyrest World Class Luxury Plush Mattress Firm: Simmons Beautyrest Contender Plush Sleepy’s: Simmons Beautyrest Shakespeare World Class Luxury Plush The rice ranges were: $ 1,376.99 $ 1,448.00 $1,559.99 Mattress Firm: $2,249.99 Sleepy’s: $2,399.99 I called the salesman at Mattress Firm and told him about Overstock and he looked into it and called me back 10 mins later. Mattress Firm actually kept their word with no “b.s.” and sold it to me for $1,239.30 which is 10% less than

MattressNerd Says

December 29, 2014 at 8:36 am

Thanks for writing. For number 1, I can't find one called the Glover Park anywhere. As far as I can tell, it is a discontinued model from 2 years ago. For number 2, you have not given me enough information to identify the mattress. There will be about 10 different ones. I will email you to continue this to see if I can help you further.

Jerry M Dagna Says

December 28, 2014 at 1:13 pm

I AM LOOKING AT EITHER ONE OF THESE...DONT SEE THEM ON YOUR LIST. CAN YOU HELP IDENTIFY AND PROVIDE PRICING TO ARIZONA? 1) Simmons Beautyrest Cal King Glover Park Pillow Top Firm Mattress only 2) Cal King Beautyrest Luxury Firm mattress THANKS, JERRY

Sanjay A Says

December 8, 2014 at 2:18 pm

Hi, I am in love with my Simmons Beautyrest Advantage Collection, Classic Beechwood Pillowtop. I purchased this mattress in 2009 or 2010, and since moving, it looks like it has been discontinued. I am close to several different stores: Sears, Macy's, but have noticed that all mattresses are given different names so cannot comparison shop. Any idea which mattress would be similar or the same? I have taken pics of the original tags of my mattress if that helps. Thanks so much in advance

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November 30, 2014 at 10:49 am

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Vincent Says

November 22, 2014 at 8:29 pm

Marti, that was my favorite mattress of all time. Still searching for a comparable successor. When W Hotel quit selling it for 40% off and I heard quality was not the same. My heart broke.

Marti Says

November 19, 2014 at 4:04 pm

Hi thank you for all the information, you saved me from spending hundreds more! Now you may have encountered this question numerous times, but I can seem to find which Beautyrest bed is equivalent to the W bed. Do you think the W bed is even a good bed? Thank you

Shannon Says

September 23, 2014 at 2:37 pm

Hello, I was at Sleppys and my husband I liked the Beautyrest World Class Recaharge in Plush. To confirm is the Phillipsburg model on US Mattress the same?