Our expert tests prove time and time again that the quality of your mattress can have a massive impact on how well you sleep. To help you shop smart, we’ve just tested more mattresses from Argos, John Lewis, Silentnight and several other big-name brands.
Find out how online mattress companies Casper, Emma, Eve and Leesa compare for delivering on time. And discover which high street stores, including John Lewis and Ikea, give the best advice and service.
Find out who really makes the most comfortable mattresses, plus who's on top for customer satisfaction and value for money. We also reveal what the UK's most popular sleeping positions are.
Tossing and turning on your mattress during a stifling hot night is one of the worst things about a summer heatwave. We've picked out pocket sprung mattresses that feel especially cool to lie on to help you beat the heat.
Seven of the mattresses we’ve tested this month are good enough to be Best Buys. We've pitted new launches from Emma and Casper against high-street mainstays, including a cheap John Lewis mattress, to see which is best.
Cheap mattresses have impressed in our tough tests, with several becoming Best Buys. Find out how two new Ikea mattresses compare with the Casper Essential mattress when it comes to providing long-lasting support for your spine.
The best new mattress of 2019 revealed by Which? tests. We've pitted the latest memory foam mattresses against pocket sprung options from John Lewis, Sealy and Silentnight
We've tested the latest Simba and Eve mattresses to see which provides the best support for your spine. We've also reviewed seven other pocket-sprung and memory foam mattresses, some of which are good enough to be Best Buys.
With the Emma mattress now available in DFS stores, find out where to buy online mattresses on the high street, and where to find the best discounts.
If you're looking for a new mattress, our survey results on the best and worst mattress brands and mattress retailers will help you decide where to shop.