In this article I have a review of the Siena mattress.
This is designed to be a very affordable memory foam mattress option that can be shipped right to your door.
If you are interested in the Siena mattress you came to the right article because I’m going to be covering everything you need to know about it.
What it’s actually made of, what it feels like to sleep on, how firm it is, what kind of sleeper types it’s going to work for, how much it costs and who this bed is actually going to be best for.
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Let’s just dive right in by covering the policies this bed is going to come with. This is stuff like shipping, returns, trial periods and warranties.
If you decide to buy one for yourself, you start with free bed in a box shipping.
The unboxing process for this one in particular is pretty quick and easy to do because it is a very lightweight mattress.
However also with this mattress in particular, it will take a couple days to fully inflate and reach its proper firmness level once you unbox it.
This is just because it’s been compressed so tight in that plastic for such a long time and because this bed features memory foam.
When I unboxed it initially it looked kind of sad, but after a couple days it looked just fine. So don’t worry about that.
Once the mattress arrives at your door, you do get a trial period of 180 nights, so a pretty good amount of time to really form an opinion on it and decide if you actually like it or not.
If you don’t end up liking the mattress, it doesn’t really suit your needs, you can get a full refund and free returns within that trial period.
But if you wind up keeping the bed, it comes with a standard 10-year warranty.
That’s all the policy stuff. Aside from having a bit longer of a trial period, this bed comes with fairly standard online mattress policies.
Let’s get into the more interesting stuff now, like what this mattress is actually made of and what it’s going to feel like for you to sleep on.
This is an all-foam mattress, it’s not a hybrid and does not come in any hybrid options as of now. It’s going to be most ideal for medium to petite size individuals.
I usually recommend if you are heavier, somewhere in the 250 pound range, that you get a coil mattress for the added long-term support and durability that coils provide.
But on this mattress, you’re gonna have a very dense layer of support foam at the very bottom.
This particular transition layer is made of an egg crate style foam which I have seen in more affordable mattress options. I think it’s to help cut down on cost.
I can’t really speak to the long term durability of a egg crate style foam like this. I wouldn’t worry too much about it.
Above that layer, you have the primary comfort foam of the Siena mattress, which is a layer of a more dense feeling memory foam. That is going to be the predominant feel of this mattress. More of a dense memory foam than a responsive memory foam.
But it does sort of sit right in the middle thanks to that transition layer. If you’re looking for something super dense like Nectar, then this might not be exactly what you’re looking for.
But at this price point it does have a more traditional dense memory foam feel that you might be looking for.
As long as you’re a fan of memory foam, I think you should enjoy the feel of the Siena mattress.
Let’s move over to the subject of firmness.
This bed is going to sit right between a medium and medium firm on the firmness scale.
It’s going to be pretty accommodating for all sleeper types, back, stomach, side and combination.
Although it might not be ideal for side sleepers, especially if you are more petite. In general side sleepers prefer a softer mattress that helps cradle their pressure points, like their hips and their shoulders.
This might not be quite soft enough for that, if that’s what you’re looking for.
Firmness is pretty subjective based on your body weight, so if you’re heavier you generally feel better to be a bit softer. If you are much lighter you generally feel better to be a bit firmer.
Which is why if you are a lighter individual you’ll probably feel this bed to be closer to a medium firm, which probably won’t be ideal for side sleepers.
Keep in mind that all beds will soften over time, so if you get it and it’s not quite as soft as you wanted, give it a couple months and it might be soft enough.
But just make sure you don’t let that trial period expire if you’re thinking about returning it.
But overall I do think the firmness level of the Siena mattress is generally pretty accommodating unless you are that specific type of side sleeper that I mentioned.
Let’s talk about a few considerations for couples with this mattress. That’s going to be edge support, motion isolation and temperature regulation.
The edge support refers to how well the outer edges of the mattress hold up under pressure if you wind up needing to utilize the entire sleeping surface.
It’s pretty average on this bed. I don’t think you’re going to be feeling too much of that roll-off sensation if you wind up sleeping on the outer edges of the bed.
But just keep in mind that it’s not going to be as good as a firmer hybrid mattress for example.
Motions isolation on this thing is going to be pretty solid since it is an all-foam memory foam bed. They generally perform pretty well in this category.
I don’t think you should be woken up in the middle of the night by your partner tossing and turning and feeling that cross-mattress motion.
When it comes to temperature regulation, I think the Siena mattress should sleep pretty much temperature neutral as is the case with the vast majority of beds these days.
Memory foam historically has been a hotter sleeping material but as memory foam has advanced in technology, they’ve managed to make it a lot more breathable.
I think you won’t be sleeping hot because of the mattress, but it’s definitely not going to cool you down very much either.
Let’s talk about the price point of the Siena mattress.
This is designed to be a very affordable mattress option.
For a queen size you’re looking at only $600 for the Siena mattress, which puts it well below a lot of other online mattress competitors.
It puts it more in the price point of a brand like DreamFoam, which is very affordable.
I’m not really sure what the discounts are going to look like for this mattress long term since it is so brand new, but right now you can get $100 off the Siena mattress, dropping that price down to $500, which makes it a very appealing price point.
Mattress brands do like to mess around with prices sometimes, but either way I see the Siena mattress long term being a very nice affordable memory foam mattress option.
That’s pretty much going to do it for this review.
To make a long story short, I think the Siena mattress is going to be a really appealing option to anyone who likes memory foam since it does have that more traditional feel.
Since it is so affordably priced from a reputable brand, I think a lot of people will enjoy the Siena mattress.
It might not be exactly what you’re looking for, you might want something more dense like a Nectar, but I see this being a very appealing option to anyone on a stricter budget or they’re trying to furnish a guest room or an RV or something like that.
Alex P. Davis has a BA in Interior Design from The New York School of Interior Design and 10 years of experience expertly designing sophisticated interiors.