© Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Amazon
Mattress shopping can be stressful. There are so many options - memory foam, pillow top, firm or soft support, as well as a wide variety of brands you can shop in stores and online. And if you're not quite ready to take the plunge on an entirely new bed, a mattress topper might be just what you need to help you get a better night's sleep. © Courtesy of AmazonThey'll make your bed instantly more comfortable.
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Whether you're a hot or cool sleeper, or you prefer a firm or soft support, we've rounded up seven mattress toppers that will be sure to add comfort to your sleep cycle. The best part? They're all available to shop online. Keep reading for our top picks.
Wayfair Basics 3" Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper © Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Wayfair
This three-inch mattress topper is made from gel memory foam, which is designed to releive pressure, cradle the curves of your body, and keep you cool. The unique open celled design of the topper also promotes air flow and allows for heat dissipation. It's also hypoallergenic and provides medium-firm support.
To buy: wayfair.com, from $58
Wamsutta Double Support Mattress Topper © Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Add plush comfort to your bed with this quilted mattress topper. It has two layers with snap closures that help secure it to your bed. The top layer is also machine-washable for easy cleaning.
To buy: bedbathandbeyond.com, from $80
Tuft & Needle Mattress Topper © Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Tuft & Needle
Tuft & Needle is a customer-loved mattress brand, so it's no surprise that people are also a fan of its mattress toppers too. This one is two inches thick and made of responsive foam that is made to relieve pressure points on hips and shoulders.
To buy: tuftandneedle.com, from $120
Parachute Down Alternative Mattress Topper © Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Parachute
Parachute's ultra-soft bedding will make you feel as though you're staying in a luxury hotel suite, and this mattress topper is no different. It's made from hypoallergenic down alternative, which provides a plush feel, while baffle box stitching ensures that the filling is evenly distributed.
To buy: parachutehome.com, from $169
Linenspa Gel-infused Memory Foam Mattress Topper © Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Amazon
There's a reason this mattress topper is the top-rated choice on Amazon. It has over 19,000 five-star reviews, with shoppers raving about how much more comfortable it's made their beds. Plus, it starts at just $40, making it an impressively affordable option. It's made from plush memory foam in both two and three inch variations.
To buy: amazon.com, from $40
Avocado Green Organic Latex Mattress Topper © Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Avocado Mattress
Avocado is a must-shop source for eco-friendly bedding, including this ultra-soft mattress topper. It's available in both firm and plush variations, depending on your preference. Both are made from organic certified latex, wool, and cotton, and will stay snugly on your mattress with a zipper closure.
To buy: avocadogreenmattress.com, from $349
Alwyn Home Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper © Provided by Travel + LeisureCourtesy of Wayfair
This gel-infused memory foam mattress is impressively comfortable for the price. It's designed to keep you cool, eliminate odors, and avoid moisture, providing comfortable sleep, no matter the weather.
To buy: wayfair.com, from $58
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