Setting an eco-friendly standard in the mattress industry, PlushBeds offers an expansive product line that includes natural latex mattresses, memory foam mattresses, sofa beds, and even RV beds. The Luxury Bliss is part of the company’s latex collection. The hybrid design consists of just two layers (four if you count the organic cotton cover and Joma wool fire barrier): one natural latex top layer and a bottom layer of individually wrapped innerspring coils. Geared towards couples and side sleepers, it specializes in extra support and motion isolation and is available in two firmness options.

Like all of PlushBeds’ mattresses, the Luxury Bliss comes with an industry-standard 100-night trial and a longer-than-average 25-year limited warranty. Read on to find a more detailed breakdown of this mattress. We’ll go over its specs, pros and cons, performance level, and ideal user before comparing it to another latex bed in the PlushBed line-up, the Botanical Bliss.

Luxury Bliss Mattress Overview

PlushBeds Luxury Bliss Mattress
Luxury Bliss

Layers of latex foam and wrapped innerspring coils combine to keep you cool and reduce motion transfer.

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Construction

The Luxury Bliss is a hybrid mattress that combines latex and innersprings to total 12’’. The top layer is 3’’ of foam made out of 100% organic Dunlop latex, while the bottom layer is made out of 8’’ of springs. These coils are individually wrapped in fabric, which means they’ll expand or shrink depending on how much weight or what part of the body you put on them, instead of all flattening or stretching at the same time the way they would with the interlocked coils in a regular innerspring mattress. Unlike the Botanical Bliss and Natural Bliss mattresses, you can’t choose the thickness of the mattress or rearrange the different layers.

The inner layers are wrapped in a cover and fire barrier. The cover is made out of lightweight, 100% organic cotton, while the fire barrier is woven out of Joma Wool sourced from New Zealand.

As with other PlushBeds mattresses, the Luxury Bliss comes with a number of purity certifications that guarantee, among other things, that the mattress is made without any bad chemicals, contains organic cotton, wool, and latex, and is both eco-friendly and responsibly sourced.

Firmness

You can get the Luxury Bliss in two different firmness settings: medium and medium-firm. With the medium option, you get a balance of softness and cushioning and plenty of support, which is great for side sleepers and average-weight people. With the medium-firm option, on the other hand, you don’t sink into the mattress as you would with softer levels, while still staying comfortable, and it amps up the toughness to keep heavier sleepers and stomach and back sleepers supported.

Pricing

SizePrice
Twin$799
Twin XL$899
Full$1,099
Queen$1,299
King$1,599
California King$1,599
Split King$1,798

Luxury Bliss Mattress Pros and Cons

ProsCons
Designed with exceptional motion isolation in mindNot for those with latex, cotton, or wool allergies or sensitivities
Comes in two firmness optionsPlushBeds doesn’t pick up old mattresses or offer white glove delivery (although they will contact local contractors who provide this service)
Ideal for couples and/or side sleepers100-night-trial has a 30-night minimum
Firm enough for people over 275 lbs The 25-year warranty is prorated after 10 years
Free shipping and return pickup, with a risk-free 100-night-trial and a 25-year limited warranty
Sleeps cooler than memory foam mattresses
Comes with 8 purity certifications

Luxury Bliss Mattress Breakdown

In this section, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions customers have about the Luxury Bliss mattress. For an explanation of our mattress review process, check out our methodology page.

Is it made from quality materials?

Like other beds in PlushBeds’ line-up, the Luxury Bliss is made of high-quality, all-natural materials (in this case, all-organic cotton, Jorma wool, and Dunlop latex) that come with some of the highest quality and purity certifications you can find in the market. The Luxury Bliss’ certifications add up to eight in total, and they make sure your mattress is hypoallergenic, eco-friendly, organic, allergen-free, chemical-free, and more.

How long will it last?

Because the Luxury Bliss is made of high-quality materials with plenty of purity certifications, it should last you quite some time, with PlushBeds promising that their mattresses last “as long as two or three conventional mattresses.” Most of the reviewers have only had their mattresses for less than a year, but one reviewer reported that they’ve had the Luxury Bliss for over five years with no problem.

How well does it conform to my body?

When people think about mattresses that conform well to the body, the material that comes to mind is usually memory foam. Latex, however, contours just as well, without sinking or trapping heat the way memory foam does. Plus, latex mattresses do this while keeping their bounce, so you don’t have to choose between a super-responsive mattress and one that’s good for sex. Not only will the Luxury Bliss’ latex top layer conform to your body, but its bottom layer of individually wrapped coils will also provide additional contouring.

Is the edge supportive?

One big problem with latex and memory foam mattresses is their lack of edge support. This means that when you sit or lie on the edge of the mattress, you’ll end up sinking quite a bit. The Luxury Bliss addresses this with its bottom layer. Made with 8” of individually wrapped coils, it gives the mattress all the edge support of a regular innerspring mattress.

Does it sleep hot?

Latex is famous for giving customers a cool night’s sleep. Because the Luxury Bliss’ top layer is made of 3’’ of organic Dunlop latex, you won’t have an issue with heat being trapped or breathability. The organic cotton and the Joma wool in the fabric cover will also help keep you cool, as will the innerspring layer’s open arrangement, which is good for airflow.

Will it off-gas when it’s delivered?

As with all latex and memory foam mattresses, you might want to prepare for a little bit of off-gassing (or the smell that comes off a brand-new mattress), just in case. But because the latex used in the Luxury Bliss is all-natural organic Dunlop, and it comes with plenty of certifications, including one that guarantees no harmful gasses, any smell will be completely harmless and minimal at best. What’s more, the majority of reviewers report no off-gassing whatsoever.

Will I feel my partner move during the night?

The Luxury Bliss is actually designed to completely isolate motion, making sure that customers won’t feel their partners moving during the night. With innerspring mattresses, a lot of people find they have way too much motion transfer. The Luxury Bliss, however, fixes this by combining naturally motion-isolating latex with 8” of pocketed coils in its bottom layer. Unlike regular innersprings, pocketed coils are individually wrapped in fabric. This means each spring responds individually to the weight and pressure of your body, keeping every inch cushioned and supported, and isolating your movements to your part of the bed.

Who is Best Suited for a Luxury Bliss Mattress?

The Luxury Bliss has quite a few customization options, so it should accommodate most sleepers—regardless of sleeping position or weight. The medium option should work well for side sleepers, while the medium-firm will be great for back and stomach sleepers. Additionally, heavier sleepers, especially those more than 300 lbs, will find this more supportive than an all-latex mattress, thanks to the innerspring coils in the bottom layer. Reviewers of above-average weights and heights regularly praise the Luxury Bliss for not sagging after years of use, and the innersprings mean the Luxury Bliss provides the edge support you won’t find in all-latex mattresses.

This mattress is also great for couples. The latex in the top layer isolates people’s movements to their sides of the bed while staying bouncy enough for sex, and the individually wrapped coils in its bottom layer doubles both of these qualities. Like the other mattresses in PlushBeds’ latex line-up, it’s also a good choice for couples who need different firmnesses: you can get the mattress’ firmness split down the middle in the King size.

People who want to shop ethically, people with sensitive skin and allergies, and people with orthopedic issues will also find the Luxury Bliss suitable for their needs. It comes with a high number of purity certifications that guarantee its eco-friendly, green, and non-hazardous status, while the individually wrapped coils and the bouncy, conforming latex make sure people who get back and joint pain get their pressure points cushioned and supported enough.

PlushBeds Luxury Bliss vs. PlushBeds Botanical Bliss Mattress

The main difference between the Luxury Bliss and the Botanical Bliss is the first is a hybrid, while the second is all-latex. Think about the Luxury Bliss like the Botanical Bliss with a layer of innerspring coils attached. This means, with the Luxury Bliss, you get all of the Botanical Bliss’ cooling, contouring, and comforting effects, but with the additional edge-to-edge support, bounce, and motion isolation provided by an innerspring mattress. So if you like the Botanical Bliss, but aren’t ready to switch to latex, need more support than latex can provide, or simply want a more luxurious feel, we’d suggest you spring for the Luxury Bliss.

One other small difference is the level of customization. While the Botanical Bliss lets you get the bed with the firmness level split down the middle in the Queen, King, and Cal King sizes, you can only get this in the Luxury Bliss’ King size. Additionally, while the Botanical Bliss lets you choose between three thickness options, the thickness/height of the Luxury Bliss is fixed at 12’’ (the thickest option available for the Botanical Bliss).

Ready to Buy a Luxury Bliss Mattress?

Before buying your mattress, you should make a note of the fine print in PlushBeds’ sleep trial, warranty, and delivery policies. We’ve summarized the essentials below.

Sleep Trial

PlushBeds’ sleep trial is 100 nights long, which is the industry standard, and like many other mattress companies, it asks customers to try out the mattress for at least 30 days. After that, you can return the mattress any time before the 100 nights are up for a full refund. (If you decide to return the mattress before 30 days have passed, you’ll have to pay a $99 accessories fee that’s subtracted from your refund.) To get your refund, all you have to do is pack your mattress back in its box, and PlushBeds will take care of the pick-up.

Warranty

PlushBeds’ warranty is 25-years-long and limited. That means for the first 10 years of the warranty, PlushBeds will decide to either replace or fix your mattress, as long as the defects fall under an approved list. (Examples of things that aren’t covered: the fabric mattress cover, body impressions less than 1.5 inches, unsanitary conditions, mattresses used on inappropriate foundations and box springs, etc.) Afterwards, for the 15 years left of the warranty, PlushBeds will repair or replace your mattress, starting at 50 percent of how much you paid for the mattress, and this price will go up 3 percent each year. For more details on what’s covered under PlushBeds’ warranty, check out the policy page.

Availability and Delivery

You can buy the Luxury Bliss straight from the PlushBeds website, as well as partners and retailers like Amazon and HomeDepot. You should note, however, that if you buy it from places besides the official PlushBeds website, you won’t get to take advantage of the company’s 100-night sleep trial.

Related Resources

For more info on other mattresses from PlushBeds and more organic and hybrid mattresses like the Luxury Bliss, check out the rest of our reviews.

 

Laura Rubin