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Siena Mattress Review

Austin Meadows

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Product ID >>3043
siena memory foam mattress
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OVERVIEW

The Siena Memory Foam Mattress is a medium firm (6) model with a variety of features and an affordable price-point. It’s an excellent pick for budget-conscious shoppers who want a comfortable mattress that doesn’t cut corners to shave costs.

Siena is a subsidiary of Resident Home, whose family of mattress brands includes Nectar, DreamCloud, and Awara. Siena also sells compatible bed bases, sheets, pillows, and mattress protectors with inexpensive price tags.

We’ll take an in-depth look at the flagship Siena Memory Foam Mattress, examining its construction and materials to help you better understand its components and feel. We’ll highlight this model’s pros and cons and explain how it performed during our sleep trials. You’ll learn which sleepers preferred this mattress the most and gain the knowledge necessary to determine whether it’s a good fit for your personal sleep habits. We’ll also illustrate what to look for when buying a mattress online.

Price Range

$499 - $799
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Ideal for:

  • Budget-conscious shoppers
  • Sleepers who experience sharp pressure points
  • People who weigh up to 230 pounds
  • Couples who prioritize motion isolation

Considerations:

  • Lacks significant edge support
  • Absorbs too much heat for hot sleepers
  • May be too plush for stomach sleepers over 230 pounds
  • Moderate off-gassing when unrolled
RATINGS SUMMARY
Motion Isolation
Ease of Movement
Temperature Control
Sex
Pressure Relief
Off-Gassing
Edge Support

Siena Mattress Review Breakdown

The all-foam Siena Mattress is a medium firm (6) model that measures 10 inches tall. The well-rounded mattress features an affordable price-point and balanced feel that successfully blends cushioning and support. The model’s design uses three different foam formulations to provide pressure relief and promote spinal alignment.

The topmost layer consists of 2.5 inches of gel-infused memory foam that adapts to your body’s shape and cradles your joints and pressure points. The gel infusions are intended to keep sleepers cool by drawing excess heat away from the mattress surface.

Next, a transitional layer made from 2 inches of polyfoam contours your body and compresses when you lie on it, enhancing pressure relief. The layer is firmer than the memory foam, which prevents you from sinking too deeply into the mattress. Strategically placed ventilation cuts within the foam allow for increased airflow.

The support core includes 5.5 inches of polyfoam for structure and durability. During our sleep trials, most of our team found this model had robust enough support to keep their spines evenly aligned — except stomach sleepers over 230 pounds, who found it too soft for their comfort.

A polyester cover wraps the mattress. Polyethylene fibers woven directly into the fabric work to regulate temperature by wicking away heat and moisture. The lower part of the cover has a no-slip design that keeps the mattress anchored to your bed’s foundation.

Shoppers can purchase the Siena in six standard sizes including California king. The foam used within the mattress is CertiPUR-US certified, meaning it’s free of harmful chemicals and additives.

Firmness

Mattress Type

Medium Firm (6)

Foam

Construction

The Siena Memory Foam Mattress has a tri-layer design that incorporates gel-infused memory foam and two different polyfoam formulations. The soft polyester blend cover includes cooling fibers on the surface and a slip-resistant base.

Cover Material:

Polyester with Polyethylene

Comfort Layer:

2.5” Gel-Infused Memory Foam

2” Polyfoam

Support Core:

5.5” Polyfoam

Mattress Prices and Sizing

All-foam mattresses with simple designs tend to be more affordable than intricately made models, and the Siena Mattress is no exception. But while it has a straightforward construction, its materials are higher quality than many budget-friendly models. The manufacturer doesn’t sacrifice unique features for the sake of cutting costs, as the Siena includes several cooling technologies despite its inexpensive price-point.

Many mattresses within the same price range don’t include these extra components and didn’t score as highly in our durability testing, making the Siena a worthwhile choice for shoppers looking for a good deal on a well-made mattress.

Those who need a complete bedroom setup can bundle their mattress purchase with sheets, pillows, and one of Siena’s compatible bed foundations. Financing is available for customers who qualify. The sleep trial and warranty are both generous and transparent.

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 38" x 75" 10" 42 lbs. $499
Twin XL 38" x 80" 10" 45 lbs. $599
Full 54" x 75" 10" 59 lbs. $649
Queen 60" x 80" 10" 68 lbs. $699
King 76" x 80" 10" 85 lbs. $799
California King 72" x 84" 10" 85 lbs. $799
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Mattress Performance

Motion Isolation

Like many other all-foam mattresses, this model isolates motion well. When you shift sleeping positions, the foam layers absorb your movement. This effectively stops motion where it starts and prevents disturbances from traveling across the mattress.

Couples, parents who co-sleep, and people who toss and turn can benefit from the Siena’s strong motion isolation.

Pressure Relief

The Siena Mattress’ foam layers offer a full-body hug that evenly disperses your weight and absorbs impact to prevent pressure point discomfort.

The memory foam comfort layer coupled with the polyfoam transitional layer below offer top-notch pressure relief. The mattress suits side sleepers and people who experience joint pain, as it cushions the hips, shoulders, and knees.

The medium firm feel may be too firm to successfully relieve pressure for side sleepers under 130 pounds, who may require a softer surface with greater contouring.

Temperature Control

Memory foam can be quite dense and restrict airflow, which often leads to heat retention. The Siena has cooling-specific technologies that target this issue. The gel-infused foam and cooling fibers help this model control temperature, though it still absorbs some body heat.

While hot sleepers who prefer sleeping on foam should find this model suitable, those looking for a mattress with outstanding temperature regulation should consider a hybrid or innerspring model, since air circulates better within their pocketed coil support cores.

Edge Support

The Siena Memory Foam Mattress does not have a reinforced perimeter or enhanced structure, so it lacks robust edge support. However, its medium firm feel and strong polyfoam support core prevent the edges from sagging too much.

People who don’t sleep near the edge of the bed should find this model adequate, but individuals who have a hard time getting in and out of bed — as well as those who use the entire mattress surface — should opt for a model that reinforces the edges with high-density foam or strong coils.

Ease of Movement

This model’s polyfoam transitional layer and support core keep sleepers from sinking too deeply into the mattress and prevent them from feeling stuck in the bed.

However, the memory foam comfort layer relieves pressure by closely contouring to the sleeper’s body. One drawback to this feature is that it’s slightly more difficult to move around on the bed without compressing the memory foam.

The combination of layers strikes a balance between responsiveness and contouring that’s suitable for those who don’t enjoy a bouncy surface. However, latex, innerspring, and hybrid models are typically easier to move across and may be worthwhile options for sleepers who prioritize responsiveness.

Sex

Most couples find that the best beds for sex feature strong edge support and bounce. While this model has good responsiveness and edge support for an all-foam mattress, it doesn’t have the heightened perimeter reinforcement or springiness that some couples enjoy.

Though this model’s medium firm feel prevents sleepers from sinking too deeply into the mattress, some couples may find the memory foam comfort layer slightly inhibits movement.

Off-Gassing

Many memory foam and polyfoam products release a chemical-like smell known as off-gassing when they’re unwrapped. While the odor is generally considered harmless, it can be irritating to some people.

The Siena Memory Foam Mattress has an odor after it’s unrolled, but we found that it’s not as strong as many comparable products and that it dissipates quickly.

Most customers shouldn’t have an issue with this model. Those with respiratory issues or sensitivities to smell, however, should unwrap their mattress in a well-ventilated room and wait 24 hours before use.

Sleeping Style and Body Weight

Side Sleepers: Side sleepers who use a mattress that’s too firm often experience discomfort under their hips and shoulders. The Siena Mattress’ medium firm feel is a midrange firmness level that best accommodates side sleepers who weigh between 130 pounds and 230 pounds, though it also suits sleepers above and below that weight range.

The memory foam comfort system cradles the hips and shoulders, providing side sleepers with enough cushioning to prevent pressure points from forming. The polyfoam transitional layer also adapts to your body’s shape and distributes your weight to further alleviate discomfort.

Back Sleepers: Back sleepers typically need a blend of pressure relief and strong support that keeps their spines evenly aligned. The Siena’s medium firm feel and pressure-relieving memory foam check both those boxes for back sleepers in every weight group, though the mattress is particularly well suited to those under 130 pounds.

Lightweight back sleepers receive sturdy support from the polyfoam support core, which is the ideal density to prevent them from sinking into the mattress. Back sleepers who weigh over 130 pounds may prefer a firmer coil-based model with greater lumbar support.

Stomach Sleepers: Stomach sleepers need the strongest support of any sleeper type. A bed that’s too soft allows their midsections to sink into the mattress, causing a U-shaped bend in the spine.

The Siena Mattress offers excellent support for stomach sleepers under 130 pounds and adequate support for those between 130 and 230 pounds. Moderate cushioning keeps the surface from feeling too hard for these groups. Stomach sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds will likely prefer a firmer mattress that keeps their spines evenly aligned.

Siena Memory Foam Mattress

Sleeper Type Under 130 lbs 130-230 lbs Above 230 lbs
Side Sleepers
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Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
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Back Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Stomach Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs
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Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies

  • Availability

    Availability
    You can buy the Siena Memory Foam Mattress online directly from the manufacturer. The company ships its products to all 50 states but does not offer international shipping.

  • Shipping

    Free shipping is available via FedEx or UPS Ground to customers in the contiguous U.S., while shoppers in Alaska and Hawaii pay a $150 shipping charge. Mattresses are typically delivered within 2 to 5 business days.

    The mattress arrives compressed and sealed in plastic. It should take about three hours to fully expand after unboxing.

  • Additional Services

    Siena doesn’t offer additional services like White Glove delivery or old mattress removal, though the company does pick up returned mattresses for free.

  • Sleep Trial

    Customers can take advantage of Siena’s 180-night sleep trial, which begins upon delivery. The company requires that customers sleep on the mattress for at least 30 nights before initiating a return. Those who wish to return their mattress need to fill out a return form, and Siena will arrange to pick up the mattress for free. While shoppers in Alaska and Hawaii pay for initial shipping charges, returns are free for them as well.

  • Warranty

    The Siena Memory Foam Mattress carries a 10-year warranty that covers defects and irregularities. The warranty doesn’t cover normal wear and tear, though it does address excessive sinkage and deficiencies.

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Austin Meadows

Sleep Product Tester

Austin is a professional writer and researcher who has covered sleep science and sleep products for over a decade.

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