Pros & Cons
- 180-nights trial
- Free shipping
- Quality construction
- Not ideal for light sleepers
- No cooling technology
Sizes & Pricing
Siena currently sells only one mattress, which is available in six sizes – Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King. The all-foam mattress is more affordable than what many competing established brands offer, but Siena doesn’t compromise on the quality of materials or the level of customer support.
Each Siena mattress comes with a risk-free 180-night trial for you to test the bed out. The trial period is longer than what many competitors offer, but it’s still not the best in the industry.
The mattress also comes with a 10-year warranty, which is the industry standard. Siena also offers free shipping and returns.
Siena is a new brand launched by Resident Homes, an established direct-to-consumer sleep products company that owns many mattress brands, like Nectar and DreamCloud. The Siena mattress is one of the most affordable beds on the market right now, and its all-foam, firm construction makes it a great choice for back, front, and combo sleepers.
The Siena mattress has three layers, plus covers at the top and bottom. The layers are:
The Top Memory Foam Layer
This is the soft memory foam layer that gives the mattress a cushioning quality and adapts to your body shape.
The Supportive Transition Layer
This layer is two inches of polyfoam – which is denser than memory foam and gives the mattress a more supportive quality. It forms a cushion between the foundational and memory foam layers, saving sleepers from too much sinkage.
The Foundational Layer
This layer is five inches of dense foam, designed to provide the mattress with a strong foundation.
The Siena mattress has a soft, breathable top cover. You should never remove the mattress cover, as it voids the warranty, and the foam layers might get damaged.
The Siena bed also has an interesting second cover at the bottom – a lower cover that reduces slipping and shifting, keeping the mattress firmly in place.
Firmness, Feel & Support
Siena gives its mattress a 6.5 on the firmness scale – i.e., medium-firm – and their verdict is a good assessment. The mattress is indeed medium-firm and maybe a little firmer than traditional foam mattresses.
In general, the mattress is also a touch more responsive than conventional memory foam beds. Moreover, thanks to the transition layer, you won’t sink into the mattress too much – saving you from getting trapped.
As you’d expect from an all-foam bed, the Siena mattress is great at minimizing motion transfer, but the edge support is nothing special. Couples don’t have to worry about falling off the bed, but the edge support isn’t close to what a hybrid bed offers.
The Siena mattress has no active cooling features, but it doesn’t sleep too hot either. So as far as an all-foam bed goes, we’d grade this one as temperature-neutral.
We’d recommend the Siena mattress for back, front, and combo sleepers. However, it’s not ideal for side sleepers because, depending on your weight, you might experience too much sinkage or not enough support. We also don’t recommend the Siena mattress for people with lighter builders – you won’t sink into the mattress enough to find it supportive and comfortable.
Purchase & Delivery Process
You can purchase the Siena mattress directly from the brand’s website. Siena lets you choose between six sizes, and you can also pick financing options to pay in installments. If you like, you can also buy the mattress with one of Siena’s bases.
The Siena mattress is delivered for free within 2-5 business days. You can try the mattress out risk-free thanks to the 180-nights trial, and if you’re not happy with the results, you can return it for free.
Unlike many other budget brands, Siena provides high-quality customer support, seven days a week.
Phone SupportSiena offers phone support.
Live Online ChatLivechat is available on the Siena website.
FAQThere is a FAQ on the Siena website.
Siena is an affordable mattress brand that doesn’t compromise on quality or customer support. It’s owned by a reputed parent company, Resident Homes, which owns several other reputable sleep brands.
If you’re looking to invest in an affordable, reliable memory foam mattress, then Siena is a great choice. The responsive, motion-isolating foam bed is a good choice for back, front, and combo sleepers. However, because the mattress doesn’t have any active cooling layers, it’s not the best choice for people who sleep hot.
If you need a firmer mattress or one with more support, you might be better off with an innerspring hybrid bed. Hybrid beds with coils also sleep cooler.
Thanks to Siena’s generous 180-nights trial, you can test the mattress out risk-free and see if it’s a good fit for your sleep needs. If you’re unhappy with the mattress, you can get your investment back thanks to Siena’s free returns policy.