Renting properties in London can leave you sleeping on a worn out mattress that can leave you with a sleepless nights sleep. All too often I’ve slept on mattresses with loose springs, memory foam indentations from a previous tenant or so cheap that you can feel your ribcage against the bed frame!
This was something I was certainly feeling (mixed in with LA jet lag) before Simba reached out to test and review their Luxe Mattress. I’d heard great things about Simba from a friend who had asked her parents for the Simba pillows for Christmas (such a great shout, certainly going on my list), so I was looking forward to my big white and blue box arriving, after putting in my order for the King w150 x L200 xH32 cm Simba Luxe mattress.
The Simba Luxe Mattress is the next-level of comfort, offering ten innovative layers, engineered to work in harmony with each other and the sleeper. The mattress is built up from 10,500 outstandingly responsive pocket springs and an adaptable memory foam top layer, designed to make the whole mattress more sensitive to every move. Simba also uses charcoal to control heat and airflow.
When my Simba Luxe Mattress arrived I opened the box and unravelled the mattress onto my bed, I left the mattress to fully expand throughout the day before adding a mattress protector and sheets. As you can see from my images, the Simba Luxe Mattress perfectly fitted my standard king size bed frame and gave the hight the frame lacked as an added bonus.
My first night’s sleep was incredible – I hadn’t slept that well in a long time. As a posed to feeling slats against my body and feeling tight in the morning, I felt like I’d slept on a cloud and could fully extend my body out without any aches or pains, particularly in the back area.
Starting at £1,299 for the single, it’s not going to be the cheapest mattress you’ve ever bought, but it is an investment that will last you 7-10 years.
You can check out Simba’s full range of mattresses here.
*This is a sponsored collaboration with Simba, although this is sponsored content, all opinions are my own and not those of the brand.