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At the best of times, finding a new mattress can be an ordeal. Most Canadians purchase mattresses infrequently enough that by the time you are in the market for a replacement, trends and technology have changed. Keeping up with the newest and best mattresses can be a chore, that’s where our mattress and sleep experts come in.

Soft mattresses aren’t the most popular, but my team and I have gone through dozens of popular mattresses to bring you only the best plush picks. From big-name brands like Silk & Snow and Douglas to brand-new offerings like the Octave Vista, we’ve put each mattress through its paces to bring you our honest thoughts and revelations. 

The best soft mattresses in Canada for 2024 made our list because they exceeded our expectations in several rounds of testing. We looked at the features you care about most based on common sleep complaints, such as overheating, lack of support, and motion from a restless partner. We tested each feature to ensure that these mattresses outshone the competition in every way. 

Soft mattresses tend to appeal to a certain type of sleeper (mainly side and stomach sleepers), but we’ve given each of the 10 best soft mattresses in Canada equal consideration for each sleeping position. No matter what your best night of sleep looks like, there’s a mattress here that can help you achieve it.

What’s the Best Soft Mattress in Canada?

The Silk & Snow Hybrid is the best soft mattress in Canada, offering an outstanding comfort factor while maintaining important support and proprietary materials and construction.

Soft Mattress Statistics for Canadians

  • Around 20% of Canadians prefer a softer mattress.
  • 25% of all Canadian mattress customers search for comfort and pressure relief.
  • On average, Canadians can expect to spend $1,000 for a soft mattress (depending on the size).
  • Queen mattresses are the most popular soft mattresses purchased in Canada.
  • Most soft mattresses in Canada are between 10” and 12” tall.
  • The average firmness rating for a softer mattress is medium (or 5.5 on our firmness scale).
  • Over 42,000 Canadians purchase a soft mattress each year.
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Video Review: We Tested the Best Soft Mattresses in Canada of 2024 – Here Are Our Favorites

Watch the Made in CA team test the best soft mattresses in Canada this year. You can also read the in-depth review of each mattress from our video below.

Reviewing the 10 Best Soft Mattresses in Canada:

  • Best mattress overall – Silk & Snow Hybrid mattress: $900,
  • Best hybrid – Logan & Cove Frontier mattress: $1,299,
  • Best all foam – Douglas mattress: $999,
  • Best for couples – Endy mattress: $895,
  • Best motion isolation – Silk & Snow mattress: $899,
  • Best budget – Octave Vista mattress: $800,
  • Best for back sleepers – Endy Hybrid mattress: $1,250,
  • Best pressure relief – Recore mattress: $999,
  • Best for edge sleepers – Brunswick mattress: $999,
  • Best cooling – GhostBed Luxe mattress: $4,295,

1. Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Mattress Overall

Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress on Platform Bed Frame

Check the current price of the Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress here.

What We Liked Best

  • Supportive coils, zoned for better alignment for your lower back
  • Moderate cooling features for Canadians who don’t sleep too hot
  • Strong edge support for sitting or sleeping at the edges

What We Disliked

  • Not suitable for Canadians who deal with intense night sweats
  • The cover isn’t removable, which means you may need a mattress protector to keep it clean

The Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress features up to 1,200 pocket coils in the largest sizes, with zoned support for your lower back and hips. This supportive mattress is our overall pick for the best soft mattress in Canada in 2024. The first time I tested it, I could feel the difference – the middle of the mattress felt firmer, so my hips and spine were in perfect alignment. We tested a lot of mattresses, but this one was one of the only options that gave us immediate results from the first time we tested it. The strong support doesn’t detract from the softer top layers, either. Despite the extra support, it was great at relieving pressure. 

Though the cover of the Silk & Snow Hybrid isn’t removable like the cover of the Douglas Alpine, for example, it is antimicrobial. This helps prevent the growth of bacteria throughout the top layer. It feels fresh and smooth to the touch. We could immediately spot the quality of the materials. With the right mattress protector, the mattress will stay fresh and clean for years longer than some of the other options we looked at. 

The edges are extremely supportive. When I sat at the edge of the bed, it didn’t sink under my weight. I didn’t feel like I was going to slip off at all, and I didn’t have to plant my feet on the floor to prevent sliding. Overall, I can see this making for a much more relaxing morning for some Canadians.

Though some softer mattresses tend to sleep hot, we didn’t notice any temperature spikes in our time testing the Silk & Snow Hybrid. It wasn’t the coolest bed on our list by any means, and it had some difficulty beating the cooling features in the GhostBed Luxe. However, it didn’t feel too hot over time, either. Our team of testers had the same opinion; the cooling layers helped mitigate enough heat to make the mattress more comfortable, though it may not be suited for those who sleep extremely hot.

Our Test Results

Overall, the Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress performed well in most categories. It offered better cooling features than other soft mattresses, as well as a smooth, soft cover. The coils felt comfortable and firm enough for additional support, but this didn’t detract from the softer top layers. Though we rated this mattress at a 6.5 on our firmness scale, it still felt plush enough for sleepers who enjoy a softer mattress. When we tested motion isolation, we felt very minimal motion transfer on the other side of the bed. Even after dropping progressively heavier weights on one side of the mattress, the other side remained mostly undisturbed. Finally, the edge support test showed great results for average-sized Canadians, though heavier users may have a different experience with sinking.

Back Sleeping on the Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress

We Recommend the Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress for:

  • Canadians who need better support. The zoned coil layer helps bolster support throughout the mattress, even as the top layers remain soft and comfortable.
  • Canadians who don’t sleep too hot. The cooling features in this mattress can prevent overheating for some Canadians, especially those who don’t sweat too much as they sleep.
  • Those who sit or sleep at the edge of the bed. An outstanding level of edge support made this mattress comfortable at the edges for average Canadians. This is due to a perimeter of edge support foam around the coil layer.


  • Price: $900 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6.5)
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Sleep Trial: 100 Nights
  • Warranty: 15 Years
  • Response Time: 0.2 sec
  • Shipping: 1-4 business days
  • Thickness: 12”
  • Sleeping Position: All Sleepers
  • Rating: 9.5/10
  • Read our review of the Silk & Snow Hybrid

2. Logan & Cove Frontier Hybrid Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Hybrid Mattress

Sleeping on the Logan & Cove Frontier

Check the current price of the Logan & Cove Frontier Mattress here.

What We Liked

  • Responsive top layers that remain soft and comfortable
  • Strong edge support and lumbar alignment
  • Breathable cooling features that reduce heat build-up throughout the night

What We Disliked

  • The motion transfer felt a little more substantial than I generally like to see

At 13.5” tall, the Logan & Cove Frontier Hybrid Mattress is one of the tallest soft mattresses on our list. It packs two supportive and contouring coil layers into its construction, with a combined total of up to 2,920 coils depending on the size you choose. While it ranked a 6.5 on our firmness scale, this is mostly due to the support these coil layers offer. The top of the mattress is a plush Euro-Top that I found to be the perfect balance of softness without the entrapment that is typical in pure memory foam mattresses

The dual coil layers, which include thick steel pocket coils in the core of the mattress and micro-coils between the top layers of foam, helped with breathability. The difference was immediately clear during our testing process. The mattress didn’t retain heat over time as I lay on it. This test was performed without sheets or other bedding on the mattress, so results may vary based on your favourite bedding setup at home. Still, the heat reduction was noticeable and may be enough for Canadians who sleep a little warmer than they’d like. 

Though this mattress was soft and comfortable, it felt balanced when it came to sinkage. The materials inside the Euro-Top, which include fill as well as foam, helped prevent the traditional quicksand feeling of memory foam. As my test progressed, I could feel the mattress contouring to my body without making it difficult to move around. The Euro-Top did dampen the feel of the zoned coil layers, but I didn’t feel any discomfort or pulling in my lower back when I lay on my side. The support is more subtle, but still very much present. 

This mattress is a luxury hybrid that offers great, subtle support under a plush top layer. It’s an affordable option that still uses high-quality materials to produce a comfortable, unique feel. It definitely felt unique when compared to the other options on our list, particularly hybrids like the Brunswick Mattress and the Endy Hybrid.

Our Test Results

The Logan & Cove Frontier proved to be comfortable for all sleeping positions, a rare find in a mattress. The plush top was soft without sinking too far, which is best for those who move around a lot (or those who want to turn over without struggling). Cooling was moderate, though mileage may vary when you add sheets and blankets. The heat reduction was still noticeable, and the cover remained cooler than expected. The one area where the Logan & Cove Frontier could improve was motion isolation. During our tests, I found more rocking and general motion transfer than in similar mattresses (such as the Endy Hybrid or the Silk & Snow Hybrid). Still, strong edge support and body contouring made this option stand out on our list.

Logan and Cove Frontier Sleep Experience

We Recommend the Logan & Cove Frontier Mattress for:

  • All sleeping positions. I would anticipate that this mattress will meet the needs of Canadians in all sleeping positions.
  • Canadians who need lumbar support. While the support profile here was subtle, it was strong as well. The alignment feels better over time, especially as my test progressed.
  • Sleepers who prefer a soft, plush top they can sink into. While the sinkage on the top of this mattress isn’t severe, it does provide a plush feeling that is enjoyable for those who prefer softer mattresses.


  • Price: $1,299 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6.5)
  • Type: Euro-Top Hybrid
  • Sleep Trial: 365 Nights
  • Warranty: 15 Years
  • Response Time: 0.2 sec
  • Shipping: 1-7 business days
  • Thickness: 13.5”
  • Sleeping Position: Stomach, Side, and Back
  • Rating: 9.2/10
  • Read our review of the Logan & Cove Frontier

3. Douglas Alpine Mattress

Best Canadian Soft All Foam Mattress

Douglas Alpine Mattress in Bedroom

Check the current price of the Douglas Alpine Mattress here.

What We Liked Best

  • Extremely responsive surface that makes it easy to move around
  • Motion isolation for couples, restless sleepers, and co-sleepers
  • Contouring foams with minimal sinkage for better balance

What We Disliked

  • While this mattress is responsive, it doesn’t offer much bounce

The Douglas Alpine Mattress is our pick for the best soft all-foam mattress in Canada. It offers better response than other all-foam options, as well as unique proprietary foam layers. You can tell the difference with this mattress, from the way it reduces temperatures to the way it promotes better movement and motion isolation throughout. My first test with the mattress was surprising to me, as I generally expected it to feel more like a traditional memory foam mattress. 

While the Douglas Alpine is an all-foam mattress, it uses layers that mimic the feel of memory foam and latex. As a result, I was able to move around much better, even after laying in the same spot for some time. The response time was quick, and the foam bounced back quicker than many of the other mattresses I tested. However, I also noticed that it lacked a bit of bounce. More responsive mattresses are typically bouncier than options with a slower response time. This wasn’t the case with the Douglas Alpine. 

I quickly discovered that this was because of the extreme motion isolation throughout the mattress. The other side of the bed barely moved as I moved around, including getting up and down off the bed repeatedly and dropping weights of various sizes on the surface. If you sleep with a restless partner, the heavy motion isolation might make up for the lack of bounce.

The phase-changing material used within the cover (which is removable and washable!) helped reduce temperatures over time. Though the PCM cover will eventually heat to your body temperature, it does a great job of remaining cool through the night without retaining too much heat. You’ll hardly notice it heating up, as it works long after you’ve fallen asleep. I’m always skeptical of the cooling properties in all-foam mattresses, as their very nature works against them. However, the Douglas Alpine does all it can to help keep you comfortable, and it works remarkably well compared to other all-foam options on the Canadian market.

Our Test Results

The Douglas Alpine Mattress did extremely well in most tests, including response and motion isolation. You could hardly feel anything from the other side of the bed, meaning even lighter sleepers can rest easy when their partner is moving around. It also did very well when it came to cooling, surpassing our expectations for a cooler mattress. On the other hand, it lacked some of the bounce that you might expect. I never felt like I was sinking too deeply into the mattress, just that the materials responded too quickly to bounce back effectively.

The Douglas Alpine Mattress in Bedroom

We Recommend the Douglas Alpine Mattress for:

  • Canadians who sleep hot. This mattress does a great deal to remove heat from the equation as you sleep. Those who sleep hot or wake up with night sweats can find some relief, even with the all-foam construction of the Douglas Alpine.
  • Restless partners, couples, and co-sleepers. The motion isolation features in this mattress are second to none, and definitely among some of the best on the Canadian market. 
  • Combination sleepers, or those who turn over a lot. Some all-foam mattresses make it difficult to move around, especially after laying in one position for a time. The response time of the Douglas Alpine promotes ease of movement and quick recall.


  • Price: $999 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6.5)
  • Type: All Foam
  • Sleep Trial: 365 Nights
  • Warranty: 20 Years
  • Response Time: 0.2 sec
  • Shipping: 1-4 business days
  • Thickness: 11”
  • Sleeping Position: All Sleepers
  • Rating: 9.0/10
  • Read our review of the Douglas Alpine

4. Endy Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Mattress for Couples

Endy Mattress in a Box in the Bedroom

Check the current price of the Endy Mattress here.

What We Liked Best

  • Excellent edge support for an all-foam mattress
  • Budget-friendly price
  • Industry-leading motion isolation for couples

What We Disliked

  • Unlike the Douglas Alpine, this mattress may have too much bounce

The original all-foam Endy mattress is our best soft mattress pick for Canadian couples. It offers better motion isolation than almost all of the other options I tested, with the bonus of a little extra bounce. However, some users may not appreciate the higher level of bounce this mattress offers. It has the opposite problem as the Douglas Alpine – it may bounce a bit too much to remain comfortable as you move around. This is due to the high response time in the open-cell materials.

I loved the removable cover. When I tried zipping it off of the mattress, it worked smoothly and didn’t take any time at all. Even on the Queen-sized bed, I didn’t struggle (putting on a fitted sheet was more difficult than removing this cover). It’s soft and smooth, and the care instructions are simple to follow.

The feel of the Endy Mattress is pretty standard for an all-foam option, with some slight differences. I noticed that it offered less sinkage than other mattresses I’ve tried, notably plush-top options like the Logan & Cove Frontier. While the mattress was still soft, it felt like I was lying on top of it rather than sinking into it. The lack of the memory foam ‘hug’ may be due to Endy’s proprietary open-cell comfort foam. For some users, particularly those who sleep hot, this is a perk. It makes it easier to move around on the mattress, especially for sleepers of an average size and build. 

While the mattress offers additional bounce when compared to other all-foam offerings, the motion isolation was superb. Our tests indicated a quick response, but the foam layers controlled motion spikes well. The bed barely shook during our tests, which included getting in and out of bed several times in a row. I think those with restless partners and Canadians who usually wake up when there is a disturbance on the other side of the bed might sleep better on the Endy Mattress. It offered some of the best motion isolation results in our testing unit for soft mattresses.

Our Test Results

The Endy Mattress is a well-known Canadian brand that is widely praised for motion isolation. I found that these claims were true. This mattress offered better results in motion isolation tests than other options on our list, even mattresses like the Silk & Snow. Temperature control was a bit shakier, as the all-foam design didn’t help dissipate heat as well as a more breathable mattress would. However, the quick response time and low sinkage ratings also meant that this mattress avoided the memory foam ‘hug’, one of the most prominent culprits for night sweats.

Endy Mattress Sideview on Bed Frame

We Recommend the Endy Mattress for:

  • Canadians on a tight budget. The moderate price point ($895 for the queen-sized option) makes this mattress an attractive option for those who want to save as much money as possible.
  • Couples in need of better motion isolation. The Endy mattress leads the Canadian mattress market for motion isolation, making it one of the best options for couples.
  • Users who don’t sleep too hot. The Endy mattress offers some cooling features, but they only work for those who don’t sleep extremely hot. Hot sleepers would be better off on the GhostBed Luxe.


  • Price: $895 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium (5.5)
  • Type: All Foam
  • Sleep Trial: 100 Nights
  • Warranty: 10 Years
  • Response Time: 0.2 sec
  • Shipping: 1-3 business days
  • Thickness: 10”
  • Sleeping Position: All Sleepers
  • Rating: 8.8/10
  • Read our review of the Endy

5. Silk & Snow Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Motion Isolation Mattress

Side Sleeping on the Silk & Snow Hybrid Mattress

Check the current price of the Silk & Snow Mattress here. 

What We Liked Best

  • Great motion isolation for couples
  • Soft feel for side and stomach sleepers
  • Transparent, local manufacture in Canada

What We Disliked

  • Less pressure relief near the shoulders
  • Less significant edge support than other all-foam options, such as the Endy 

The Silk & Snow Mattress is the all-foam version of the Silk & Snow Hybrid. It uses many of the same materials to produce a comforting, memory foam “hug” that contours to your body. Laying down on this mattress feels great at first. You can fall asleep easily, especially if you enjoy the feel of the mattress contouring to your body. However, over time, the memory foam may become difficult to move around on. This can lead to some uncomfortable pressure points. During my time on the Silk & Snow Mattress, I felt more pressure build up under my shoulders when I lay on my side.

This can quickly become uncomfortable, and I needed to shift around a bit. The response time of the mattress is fairly average, but moving around took some doing when compared to other all-foam options on our list (such as the Endy, the Douglas Alpine, and the Octave Vista). Despite this, the mattress was more comfortable than a typical memory foam offering. This is partially due to the high-density nature of the memory foam, which offers better durability and density than standard memory foam. 

In other tests, the Silk & Snow did fairly well for a memory foam mattress. It offered a good level of support and alignment, even though it remained plush on top. This mattress isn’t ideal for those who sleep extremely hot due to the ‘hug’ of the memory foam and the associated heat building up as you sleep. However, it didn’t feel nearly as bad as some of the other memory foam options I’ve tried. 

We’ve rated the Silk & Snow Mattress as one of the best options in Canada for motion isolation. The softer foam layers work together to produce a dampening effect. While you might feel your partner getting up and down out of bed, you won’t feel them move around once they get settled. This means that you’re less likely to feel them throughout the night when you’re both sleeping. Our tests here gave us some admirable results, especially when it came to our weight-drop testing.

Our Test Results

My time with the Silk & Snow Mattress offered results that weren’t too surprising, especially when you consider the construction of the mattress. A reliable, durable option, this mattress tested well when it came to motion isolation more than any other category. During our weight-drop test, there was little motion moving to the other side of the mattress. The Silk & Snow Mattress tested about average for a memory foam mattress in areas like temperature control and response time, though there was some light pressure at the shoulders that similar mattresses didn’t have.

Sitting on the Silk & Snow Mattress

We Recommend the Silk & Snow Mattress for:

  • Most sleeping positions. This mattress may be a bit soft for some back sleepers, and the pressure relief profile may not be ideal for side sleepers. However, stomach sleepers and some side sleepers can still find this mattress comfortable.
  • Couples and those with restless partners. A great motion isolation score means this mattress works well for those who struggle with motion transfer from their partner or pets.
  • Canadians with a light or average build. The soft feel and memory foam ‘hug’ present in this mattress may not be ideal for heavier sleepers.


  • Price: $800 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium (5.5)
  • Type: All Foam
  • Sleep Trial: 100 Nights
  • Warranty: 15 Years
  • Response Time: 0.3 sec
  • Shipping: 1-4 business days
  • Thickness: 10”
  • Sleeping Position: All Sleepers
  • Rating: 8.5/10
  • Read our review of the Silk & Snow

6. Octave Vista Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Budget-Friendly Mattress

Octave Vista Mattress in Bedroom

Check the current price of the Octave Vista Mattress here. 

What We Liked Best

  • Budget-friendly pricing without sacrificing quality
  • Better edge support than other all-foam options
  • Minimal sinkage may lead to less heat and pressure

What We Disliked

  • More motion transfer than other all-foam options
  • Some heat retention

The Octave Vista Mattress is an innovative option that comes at a budget price. The materials you get are extremely luxurious when compared to other mattresses at this price point, especially since so many of the materials are proprietary foams. You’ll pay less for this mattress than Canadians usually pay for a softer mattress. It doesn’t sacrifice quality, either. While the Octave Vista had some unexpected issues, it provided just as many positive testing scores. For certain sleepers, these features may more than make up for the areas where the Octave Vista Mattress is lacking.

First off, the temperature control features were somewhat middle-of-the-road for me. Three layers of cooling materials, including a cooling cover, were no match for body heat once I’d been on the mattress for a while. The phase-changing materials help, and users who don’t sleep hot probably won’t have any issues. However, these results were a little surprising to me. Active cooling materials definitely disperse heat slowly, but I can foresee issues for those who sleep extremely hot. 

On the other hand, this mattress offered notably better edge support than most all-foam mattresses. I sat down and stood up several times in a row, and the edge was supportive and bounced back well each time. I felt well-supported sitting or laying near the edge of the mattress, so there should be no issues for those who gravitate toward the edges. The motion isolation features in this mattress didn’t test as well as I’d hoped, though. I am tempted to blame the low bounce in the mattress, as it wouldn’t be as good at dampening motion as mattresses with more sinkage or more bounce. It wasn’t a dealbreaker, but there was slightly more motion transfer here than in similar models. 

The materials used within the Octave Vista mattress are definitely innovative, including latex alternatives and phase-changing materials. Most tests came out great, and the Octave Vista was right in line with what we expected of a mattress with these materials. We especially liked the price tag.

Our Test Results

Let’s address the elephant in the room: the cooling features in the Octave Vista Mattress. This mattress has moderate temperature control features but performed noticeably worse than other options with phase-changing materials (notably the GhostBed Luxe). This is okay for users who don’t overheat at night, but those who do may not be as comfortable. I found that the motion isolation was worse than other all-foam options from our list as well. However, the Octave Vista felt great when it came to pressure relief, bounce (which was slow), and especially edge support. The edges didn’t sink under my weight when sitting at the edge, even when I put the support there to the test by repeatedly standing up and sitting down again.

Octave Mirage Side Sleeper

We Recommend the Octave Vista Mattress for:

  • Canadians on a budget. The Octave Vista offers a lower price tag on average for all sizes (at only about $899 for a Queen-sized mattress). Those on a budget can still get a luxurious sleep. 
  • Those who don’t sleep hot. While some cooling features can mitigate heat retention, this mattress sleeps a little warmer than some Canadians may prefer.
  • Edge sleepers. The edge support in the Octave Vista might be some of the best on the Canadian market for an all-foam mattress.


  • Price: $899 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6.5)
  • Type: All Foam
  • Sleep Trial: 365 Nights
  • Warranty: 15 Years
  • Response Time: 0.3 sec
  • Shipping: 1-3 business days
  • Thickness: 12”
  • Sleeping Position: Side and back sleepers
  • Rating: 8.2/10
  • Read our review of the Octave Vista

7. Endy Hybrid Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Mattress for Back Sleepers

Endy Hybrid Mattress in Bedroom

Check the current price of the Endy Hybrid Mattress here.

What We Liked Best

  • Uniform results for all sleeping positions
  • Ergonomic feel and comfortable support for your lower back
  • Great response time and ease of movement

What We Disliked

  • Heavier sleepers may need a firmer feel
  • Less motion isolation than the original Endy Mattress

The Endy Hybrid is an evolved version of the original all-foam Endy Mattress. It uses some of the same materials but adds a layer of supportive, ergonomic coils. This coil layer is zoned to be firmer through the centre of the mattress, and you can tell the first time you lay down. My first few moments on the mattress were less impactful than my impression over time, though. Don’t give up on this mattress if you don’t like it when you first lay down.

On the surface of the mattress, you’ll find a softer feel that is nevertheless responsive. The mattress springs back quickly when you turn over and move around. It was easy for me to turn over, even after I’d been in the same position for a long time. Between the feel of the mattress and the support profile from the coils, I’d recommend this mattress to all sleepers (even those who move around a lot). 

There are two things I wanted to address about this mattress, though. First, the motion transfer results. Endy is well-known for industry-leading motion isolation, but the hybrid coils in this mattress make it hard to live up to that reputation. While the motion isolation is still average and comfortable for most couples, it’s worth noting that this mattress won’t isolate motion better than the original all-foam Endy Mattress. The trade-off is much better temperature control, which might be more important to some sleepers. 

Secondly, the support profile for this mattress is extremely impressive. The lumbar support stands out to me. My hips and lower back felt completely neutral once I got comfortable on this mattress. The edge support was also a standout feature for me. Randi Mann, a writer for National Post, wrote that the Endy Hybrid had “stellar edge support, a medium-firm feel, and zoned lumbar support.” I’m more than happy to agree with that assessment, as these were features that stood out to me as well.

Our Test Results

The Endy Hybrid mostly aligned with what we expected from Endy, especially considering we tested the original Endy mattress first. Unlike the original all-foam Endy, however, the Endy Hybrid tested better in temperature control categories. The hybrid coils increased airflow, and the Comfort Foam layers didn’t retain heat as badly as I thought they might. The result was a mattress that felt comfortable after sleeping on it all night, even for those who sleep hot. On the other hand, the hybrid nature of this mattress worked against it when I tested it for motion transfer. Endy is known for great motion isolation. Here, the hybrid coils increased how much motion was felt on the other side of the bed during my weight-drop test. It’s still okay for couples, but lighter sleepers may be disturbed. With minimal sinkage that still leads to great bounce, this mattress might be onto something in other areas, though.

Endy Hybrid Mattress Feel

We Recommend the Endy Hybrid Mattress for:

  • All sleeping positions. The balanced feel and firmness of the Endy Hybrid make it a great soft mattress for all sleeping positions.
  • Canadians with lower back pain. The zoned support offers some ergonomic support for your back, making this an ideal option for those who often wake up with back pain.
  • Users who move around a lot at night. The Endy Hybrid, like the original Endy Mattress, doesn’t make you feel stuck in the mattress. Even after a few hours in the same position, you’ll be able to move around easily.


  • Price: $1,250 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6)
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Sleep Trial: 100 Nights
  • Warranty: 15 Years
  • Response Time: 0.2 sec
  • Shipping: 1-3 business days
  • Thickness: 13”
  • Sleeping Position: Side and stomach sleepers
  • Rating: 8.0/10
  • Read our review of the Endy Hybrid

8. Recore Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Pressure Relief Mattress

Sleeping on the Recore Mattress

Check the current price of the Recore Mattress here. 

What We Liked Best

  • Excellent pressure relief from a combination of materials
  • Average sinkage without feeling stuck
  • Temperature control features exceeded expectations

What We Disliked

  • Minimal edge support

Recore surprised me in a few different ways. While this mattress seems like your standard all-foam option with some gimmicky features, it actually offers outstanding performance in areas that most Canadians look for. Notably, this mattress features great pressure relief and temperature control. The pressure relief factor was what really set this mattress apart for me. Lying on the mattress didn’t put any pressure on my body, even when resting on my side. In fact, I felt like I was properly cradled in the mattress without feeling stuck. It was easy to move around, as the latex and foam had a great response factor.

When it came to temperature control, I could feel the graphite working to disperse heat. Any time I expected to feel too hot, I found myself getting more comfortable inside. The layers inside this mattress don’t feature any active cooling features, but the materials certainly work effectively to remove heat from the equation. I can see this working through most of the night, though you may start to feel a little warmer as morning approaches. 

This mattress felt best on my side, so I’d definitely recommend this option for side sleepers. The pressure relief combined with the ease of movement and support made this position the most comfortable on this bed. However, I’d steer clear of this option if you sit or sleep near the edge. Those who gravitate towards the edges of the mattress may feel the edge support lacking. 

Overall, the average sinkage and lack of a ‘stuck’ feeling helped make this mattress one of my unexpected favourites. I can see why this mattress is touted as being one of the best for athletes. With better motion isolation results and temperature control, even those who frequently wake up would stay asleep longer on this mattress.

Our Test Results

As I’ve mentioned, the Recore surprised me. This mattress tested well in every category, even in areas I didn’t expect it to excel in. The all-foam construction led me to believe there would be heat retention and a lack of support, but I was wrong. During our tests, Recore excelled in pressure relief and temperature control. Motion isolation tested well, too – one of the mattress’s highest scores was during our weight-drop test. Temperatures dispersed evenly throughout our tests, and our testers were surprised with the lack of pressure on their hips and shoulders after a full night of sleep on Recore.

Sitting on the Edge of the Recore Mattress

We Recommended the Recore Mattress for:

  • Athletes and active Canadians. The Recore’s focus on uninterrupted sleep makes it a restorative option for those who need quality rest.
  • Hot sleepers. The graphite-infused layers and general construction of the mattress helped reduce heat better than we expected.
  • Users who need better pressure relief. The pressure relief in the Recore Mattress was exceptional, so I’d recommend it for those who often wake with pressure points.


  • Price: $999 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium (5)
  • Type: Latex
  • Sleep Trial: 120 Nights
  • Warranty: 15 years
  • Response Time: 0.3 sec
  • Shipping: 1-5 business days
  • Thickness: 10.5”
  • Sleeping Position: Side and back
  • Rating: 7.8/10
  • Read our review of the Recore

9. Brunswick Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Mattress for Edge Sleepers

Brunswick Mattress in Bedroom

Check the current price of the Brunswick Mattress here.

What We Liked Best

  • Euro-Top provides plush comfort without overheating
  • Thick steel pocket coils are zoned for better alignment
  • A plush sleeping surface that doesn’t give out when it comes to support

What We Disliked

  • Limited motion isolation may disturb those sleeping with a restless partner

Brunswick is a Euro-Top hybrid that offers support and a plush surface, which work together to create a soft mattress that won’t leave you uncomfortable when you wake up. My time with Brunswick gave me a lot of insight into the way the mattress works, especially when it came to edge support. I expect hybrid mattresses to have moderately good edge support, but the Brunswick offered more support here than I thought it might. The perimeter of edge support foam held up under the weight of our testers, too. 

The Euro-Top section of the mattress uses layers of foam and padded fill to create a breathable sleeping surface. While the cover never felt cool to the touch, the breathable fill kept me cool even after sinking into it. It doesn’t offer too much active cooling, but for those who dislike how memory foam retains heat, this might be a great choice. These foam layers give way to a supportive pocket coil base. It helps with alignment and comfort, with more support through the middle of the mattress. My spine felt completely neutral when I lay on my side, and our testers reported waking up without strain or discomfort. Despite the heavy support, Brunswick still offered great pressure relief for areas that pressed deeply into the mattress. 

When it comes to sinkage and response time, the Brunswick Mattress held up to similar mattresses. It offers less sinkage than the Logan & Cove Frontier, so it might be a good alternative to that mattress if you don’t want to sink into the plush top layer. As both mattresses are Euro-Top models, they share some properties. However, Brunswick also offers a lower price tag for the most popular size (Queen). 

All of these factors combined to create a mattress that I found supportive, breathable, and soft on the surface. I would recommend it to side sleepers, especially those who aren’t too worried about pressure relief. The sinkage and ease of movement were ideal for those who move around a lot during the night, too. In most testing areas, the Brunswick performed moderately well (and sometimes better than expected).

Our Test Results

I went into the testing phase for this mattress expecting similar results to other hybrids on our list, such as the Silk & Snow Hybrid. I was a bit surprised to find that the edge support far exceeded my expectations, even though the edge is bolstered by support foam rather than firm coils. Sinkage and response tests were about average for most hybrid mattresses, and the cooling capabilities weren’t anything too exceptional. I wouldn’t recommend this mattress for someone who sleeps extremely hot, but it’s fine for those who sweat occasionally. One area where I felt Brunswick could improve was motion isolation. It performed markedly worse than some of the other hybrids on our list, even though the plush top should dampen some motion transfer.

Brunswick Mattress Top View

We Recommend the Brunswick Mattress for:

  • Canadians who sleep near the edge. A perimeter of edge support support foam creates a bolstered edge for those who sit or sleep there. It prevents sagging and collapse from affecting you.
  • Users who want a plush, padded sleeping surface. Like the Logan & Cove Frontier, Brunswick offers a soft Euro-Top created with breathable fill. It cradles your body without producing additional heat.
  • Those who need lumbar support and alignment. The pocket coil layer inside the Brunswick mattress is zoned for better alignment through your hips and lower back, providing better alignment than all-foam options like the Silk & Snow mattress.


  • Price: $999 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium Firm (6)
  • Type: Euro-Top Hybrid
  • Sleep Trial: 120 Nights
  • Warranty: 15 Years
  • Response Time: 0.5 sec
  • Shipping: 1-5 business days
  • Thickness: 12”
  • Sleeping Position: Side and stomach
  • Rating: 7.5/10
  • Read our review of the Brunswick

10. GhostBed Luxe Mattress

Best Canadian Soft Cooling Mattress

GhostBed Luxe Ease of Movement

Check the current price of the GhostBed Luxe Mattress here. 

What We Liked Best

  • Unbeatable temperature control in an all-foam mattress
  • Motion isolation that keeps you asleep when your partner is restless
  • A softer feel with support and alignment properties built-in

What We Disliked

  • The softer top layers mean more sinkage, which can make turning difficult
  • The luxury price tag might be out of most Canadians’ budgets
  • GhostBed is not a Canadian company, and its mattresses are made in the US as well as locally

GhostBed’s Luxe Mattress is sometimes called the ‘Coolest Bed in the World’, and my aim throughout the testing process was to see if these claims held up to scrutiny. The result was extremely surprising, especially for an all-foam mattress with significant sinkage. This mattress stayed cooler than nearly any other mattress on our list, even over longer periods. Though it cradled my body closely, I never felt too hot or uncomfortable (even when I added bedding to the mix). The mix of GhostBed’s technology and proprietary materials made the difference here. If you sleep extremely hot, this mattress could be the perfect option; even so, you can expect to pay quite a bit for this luxury mattress. 

The cover doesn’t come off, but that’s because it uses quilted foam layers for exquisite softness. These layers allow for greater pressure relief at the top of the mattress, so I can forgive the cover for staying put. Still, using a mattress protector is the best way to go here; I’d recommend one that offers cooling properties as well, so it doesn’t interfere with what the GhostBed Luxe does best. Even hybrid mattresses like the Brunswick, Logan & Cove Frontier, and Silk & Snow Hybrid weren’t as cool as this bed, even though hybrids can be noticeably cooler in most instances.

In other areas, this mattress tested just as well. Though it offered a quick response time and moderate bounce, motion transfer was lower than we expected. The softer feel of the mattress is responsible for dampening the effects of harsh movements from the other side of the bed. Even when getting up and down repeatedly, we couldn’t feel anything on the other side of the bed. 

Because GhostBed Luxe is an all-foam mattress, support and edge support may concern the average Canadian consumer. Rest assured that although the GhostBed Luxe is softer and offers better sinkage than most all-foam options on our list (and ranks at about a 5.5 on our firmness scale), it still provides enough support for those who need to be properly aligned. “The beauty of a middle-of-the-road mattress firmness is that it’s soft enough for side sleepers and firm enough for back and stomach sleepers,” wrote McKenzie Dillon, a sleep expert for CNET. I couldn’t agree more; the GhostBed Luxe fits this bill perfectly.

Our Test Results

The GhostBed Luxe performed extremely well in all of our testing areas. I was extremely impressed with the cooling features, which reduced heat better than most other mattresses I’ve tried for this article. It’s especially impressive that this all-foam mattress produces this cooling result, as they sometimes struggle. The sinkage into this mattress is significant, which makes the cooling capabilities even more impressive. When it comes to response, I found the GhostBed Luxe easy to move around on regardless of the sinkage levels, and motion transfer was lower than expected. A perfect balance of these features produced better bounce, too.

GhostBed Luxe Pressure Relief

We Recommend the GhostBed Luxe Mattress for:

  • Canadians who sleep extremely hot. GhostBed uses a host of proprietary materials to reduce heat as you sleep, which makes it the ideal soft mattress for those who sleep extremely hot.
  • Those who prefer soft contouring in their mattress. This mattress feels a little softer than some of the other options on our list. This helps to better relieve pressure and reduce strain.
  • Side sleepers and back sleepers. The support and contouring from the GhostBed Luxe offer a more neutral position for your spine and neck, which can reduce discomfort throughout.


  • Price: $4,295 CAD
  • Firmness: Medium (6)
  • Type: All Foam
  • Sleep Trial: 101 Nights
  • Warranty: 25 Years
  • Response Time: 0.2 sec
  • Shipping: 1-2 business days
  • Thickness: 13”
  • Sleeping Position: Side and stomach
  • Rating: 7.2/10
  • Read our review of the GhostBed Luxe

Ranking and Comparing the Best Soft Mattresses in Canada

Ranking and Comparing the Best Soft Mattresses in Canada
Ranking and Comparing the Best Soft Mattresses in Canada

Our search for this list of the best soft mattresses in Canada began with dozens of options on the Canadian market. We performed extensive testing for all of the mattresses featured on this list, as well as many others that didn’t make the cut. Once we were done with our testing, we sent these mattresses to dedicated testers for valuable outside feedback.

Our sleep experts also looked at some important features to help narrow down our choices. These included mattress materials, the way the mattress was made, and how soft the mattress felt when compared to its support profile. We also looked at quality-of-life features like motion isolation, temperature control, and how quickly the mattress responded as we moved around on the surface. These factors contributed to our choices for the best soft mattresses in Canada for 2024.

OverallSilk & Snow HybridHybridMedium Firm (6.5)12"9.5/10
HybridLogan & Cove FrontierEuro-Top HybridMedium Firm (6.5)13.5"9.2/10
All FoamDouglas AlpineAll FoamMedium Firm (6.5)11"9.0/10
CouplesEndyAll FoamMedium Firm (5.5)10"8.8/10
Motion IsolationSilk & SnowAll FoamMedium Firm (5.5)10"8.5/10
Budget-FriendlyOctave VistaAll FoamMedium Firm (6.5)12"8.2/10
Back SleepersEndy HybridHybridMedium Firm (6)13"8.0/10
Pressure ReliefRecoreAll FoamMedium Firm (5)10.5"7.8/10
Edge SleepersBrunswickHybridMedium Firm (6)12"7.5/10
CoolingGhostBed LuxeAll FoamMedium Firm (6)13"7.2/10
Chart last updated as of February 18, 2024.

Who Can Benefit From a Soft Mattress?

A Soft Mattress is Great for Side Sleepers
A Soft Mattress is Great for Side Sleepers

Soft mattresses are beneficial for a range of sleepers, though side sleepers may be able to benefit most. Side sleepers often complain of pressure points at the hips and shoulders, as these heavier parts of the body sink into the mattress. As they sink, they encounter more pushback from the mattress materials, which can lead to discomfort when you wake up. 

A soft mattress should eliminate pressure points by providing less firm pushback from the mattress materials. They strike a delicate balance between support and pressure relief, reducing discomfort and providing the right balance to reduce pain and keep you comfortable throughout the night. 

Soft mattresses may also be ideal for lightweight sleepers in all sleeping positions. The less weight on a mattress, the less force it returns. This is particularly true for soft mattresses, which may not push back on lighter sleepers with any amount of uncomfortable force. Stomach sleepers and back sleepers may also prefer softer mattresses, but both need a stronger support profile than a soft mattress typically offers. Exceptions to this rule are hybrid options, such as the Brunswick or the Endy Hybrid mattress. These options offer strong support without a firmer profile, which can be more comfortable for those who need better alignment.

Our Mattress Firmness Scale

Soft Mattress Firmness Range
Soft Mattress Firmness Range

Our mattress firmness scale is intended to help you get a better idea of how a mattress may feel. I give each mattress a rating of between 1 and 10. The lower end of the scale is soft (1 to 5), while the higher end is firmer (6 to 10). Mattresses hardly ever rate below a 2 or above a 9, as mattresses with these firmness levels would be extremely niche. 

Though we tend to think of a softer mattress as having a rating up to 5, there are some exceptions on our list of soft mattresses. Sometimes, we can consider a mattress with a firmness of up to 6.5 as ‘soft’ for our purposes. This is because the mattress may offer a firmer support profile and less sinkage than other mattresses in the same firmness category. Keep in mind that we are rating the mattress as a whole, combining factors such as the feel at the top of the mattress, the core strength and support, and how the entire construction feels after a few nights of sleeping on it.

Additional Considerations for Soft Mattresses in Canada

Soft mattresses can offer great pressure relief and comfort, particularly for side sleepers and those who find firmer mattresses uncomfortable. However, there are a few things you should keep in mind when purchasing a soft mattress, particularly if you’ve never had one before.

Heat Retention

Soft mattresses tend to contour to your body. Whether they are constructed with memory foam or latex, these mattresses sometimes allow you to sink in and get comfortable. However, the cradling effect can also lead to heat retention. If the mattress is pressed close to your body, there is nowhere for your body heat to escape. As a result, those who sleep hot may seek a soft mattress with less sinking and contouring properties.

Support Issues

The firmness of a mattress is not always an indicator of how supportive it is. The feel and firmness of the mattress can contribute to its support profile, however. When it comes to soft mattresses, we often see issues with support. While there are exceptions to this rule (and nearly all the mattresses on our list offer superior support to other offerings on the Canadian market), softer mattresses may not provide the same level of support as firmer options. 

The trade-off is better pressure relief, better response, and less strain on your body. If you need better support but still prefer a soft mattress, there are still plenty of options for you. Models like the Silk & Snow Hybrid and the Logan & Cove Frontier offer exemplary support while remaining soft on top.


Sinking into your mattress after a long day may sound perfect, especially if you prefer a softer mattress. Unfortunately, most mattresses that allow you to sink in aren’t as responsive or easy to move around on. Memory foam is particularly bad about allowing you to sink too far into the mattress, which can make turning over difficult. Soft mattresses are known to have more sinkage than firmer options, particularly for heavier Canadians. 

Sinking is worse at the edges of the mattress, especially in all-foam options. If you like a softer feel but prefer not to be completely enveloped in your mattress, you should look for options such as the Endy Mattress, which allows you soft comfort without deep sinkage. Options with better edge support, such as the Douglas Alpine or the Silk & Snow Hybrid, are also viable options if you sit or sleep near the edge of the bed.

Do You Have Any Further Questions? Get in Touch With Me!

If you are still unsure about purchasing a softer mattress, you can always contact me through my email at I’ve spent years navigating the sleep industry, testing different mattresses, and trying to provide advice for the best possible sleep. Don’t be afraid to reach out if I can help you in any way!

Frequently Asked Questions

The best soft mattress in Canada for temperature control is the GhostBed Luxe. This all-foam mattress is plush but uses multiple proprietary cooling features to reduce heat. When we tested this mattress, we were honestly surprised with how effectively this mattress reduced higher temperatures.

Motion isolation is key for couples, especially those who sleep lightly. A restless partner can keep you up all night, so choosing a mattress with better motion isolation is important. Of all the mattresses I performed a motion transfer test on, the original all-foam Endy Mattress provided some of the best motion isolation available on the Canadian market.

If you suffer from back pain, choosing a soft mattress may not help with your pain. Canadians with back pain need a more supportive mattress and better alignment. Some of the mattresses on our list offer stronger support, which can help with back pain. Some of the best options include the Logan & Cove Frontier, the Endy Hybrid, the Brunswick Mattress, and the Silk & Snow Hybrid.

Soft mattresses have some common issues that may deter Canadians who prefer firmer options. Soft mattresses tend to sink more, generate more heat, and provide a ‘quicksand’ feeling (especially if they are made with memory foam). They can be less responsive or fail to provide proper alignment. Thankfully, most of the mattresses on our list avoid these common soft mattress pitfalls. That’s what makes them the best soft mattresses in Canada.

The best sleep trial on the Canadian mattress market is 365 nights or a full year from your date of purchase. The mattresses on our list that offer this extended sleep trial include the Octave Vista, the Douglas Alpine, and the Logan & Cove Frontier.

Soft mattresses are comfortable for side sleepers, though some stomach and back sleepers may appreciate the softer surface. Back sleepers and side sleepers may want to avoid mattresses with more sinkage, such as the Logan & Cove Frontier. It offers strong support, but the Euro-Top may become uncomfortable throughout the night.