We stayed at The Palm and Spa Hotel in Miami last week and slept on a glorious
mattress which was incredible. Usually I take many medications and I'm still up in
such pain even after we replaced our mattress around 2 years ago with a pillow top
brand from Macy's. The Palm Hotel's mattress was a Sealy Posturepedic Encore 750
Plush Pillowtop and without any meds I slept all night and each night like a baby!!!
So after cervical spine fusion and still having lower back pain from DDD and scoliosis
, what can I do to make our new mattresses firmer or which mattress do you
Thank you for taking the time to help. I read the blogs and info on the 3 topper
styles you offer.
A Dunlop or Talalay firm topper will firm up the feel of the mattress you have. But,
it won't replicate the feel of the mattress you slept on in Miami. The Encore name is
used for hotels. The comparable Sealy Posturepedic that is available at retail is
called Joyce Street from us and will have a different model name at every store.
Keep in mind that pillowtops lose their shape too quickly to satisfy my sense of value.
Hotel room aren't used every night, and the hotels will replace their mattresses
frequently to maximize their guest's support and comfort.
This is not the same scenario for master bedroom use.
Our recommendation is to go with a mattress that is firmer and without a pillowtop.
Add a 2" layer of soft Talalay latex to that for long lasting comfort and added longevity
to the mattress. This combination is the best choice for extraordinary value and
comfort...the best way to get your money's worth from your mattress purchase.
Here are links to that same Posturepedic in cushion firm and to the latex toppers. I'm
also including the link to the plush pillowtop Posturepedic that will feel the same as
your Miami experience.
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