SweetNight Mattress Review

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The SweetNight Twilight is a bed in a box hybrid mattress that’s sold at value prices. It also comes in two heights, so sleepers can choose from 10” and 12” models.

Is this the value hybrid mattress you’ve been looking for? Find out in our in-depth SweetNight mattress review! We’ll cover everything you need to know about this mattress, from its pros and cons to its firmness and feel, construction, performance, and more. (Note that we reviewed the 10” model.) Let’s dive in!

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SweetNight Twilight Mattress Overview

The SweetNight Twilight is a hybrid mattress that combines the qualities of a memory foam mattress and an innerspring bed. It layers gel memory foam over tempered steel coils to create a responsive sleep surface.

The mattress is sold by the Sweet Night brand, which manufactures and ships its products from its own factories. (The bed is also available on Amazon.) All of the brand’s products use CertiPUR-US certified memory foams, which are more eco-friendly than conventional foams and are low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Who Might Like The SweetNight Twilight?

  • Stomach sleepers
  • People who want a more responsive mattress
  • Folks who are looking for a more affordable mattress

Who Might Not Like The SweetNight Twilight?

  • Side sleepers
  • People who prefer a memory foam mattress
  • People who want a luxury mattress

SweetNight Twilight Mattress Video Review

Want to get up-close and personal with the SweetNight Twilight mattress? Then check out our in-depth video review! Our reviewer, Marten, will reveal each layer of this bed’s construction and share his experiences with sleeping in every position on this mattress.


SweetNight Twilight Mattress Firmness And Feel

To get to know the SweetNight Twilight better, let’s start by taking a close look at its firmness and feel. These factors will tell you a lot about whether this mattress is suited to your sleep position(s) and other sleep preferences.

How Firm Is The SweetNight?

We ranked the 10” version of the SweetNight Twilight around 7.5 out of 10 on the firmness scale. The industry standard for average firmness is 6.5/10, so this suggests the SweetNight mattress is firmer than average. It layers high-density foams over steel-tempered coils, so it’s not designed to offer a ton of plushness or pressure relief.

Note that firmness is slightly subjective. Your body weight and personal preferences might mean that you rank this bed a bit firmer or softer. Additionally, note that the 12” model of this mattress might feel softer than the 10″ version.

Sleeping On The SweetNight

We felt good while back sleeping on the SweetNight Twilight. Our spine stayed supported, and our hips and spine stayed aligned. However, lightweight sleepers might not feel as comfortable in this position as the mattress might feel too firm.

Sweetnight Mattress - Back Sleepers

In our experience, the SweetNight Twilight is much too firm for side sleeping. We felt uncomfortable pressure around the shoulder and hip.

Thanks to its firm nature, the SweetNight Twilight proved to be a good match for stomach sleeping. Our hips stayed elevated and aligned with the spine.

What Does The SweetNight Feel Like?

The SweetNight Twilight mattress has a bouncy and responsive hybrid feel. It has a bit of a pillow-top on top, but sleepers quickly press into the firmer layers beneath.

Average Weight Sleepers – 130lbs – 230lbs

Back sleepers who weigh close to 230 pounds should enjoy the supportive feel of the SweetNight Twilight, while back sleepers who weigh less than that will probably find that the mattress feels too firm. This mattress is certainly too firm for average-weight side sleepers. Average-weight stomach sleepers should enjoy nice spinal support.

Heavyweight Sleepers – Over 230lbs

Heavyweight back sleepers who weigh less than 280 pounds should enjoy good spinal support on the SweetNight mattress, while folks who weigh more than that might require a mattress for heavy people. Heavyweight side sleepers will almost certainly find that this mattress feels too firm. Heavyweight stomach sleepers who weigh less than 280 pounds should obtain adequate support; folks who weigh more than that will need a more supportive mattress overall.

Lightweight Sleepers – Under 130lbs

Lightweight back and side sleepers will almost certainly find that the SweetNight Twilight feels too firm. Lightweight stomach sleepers might enjoy the firm, supportive feel of this bed.

SweetNight Mattress Construction

Now that you know what it feels like to lie on top of the SweetNight Twilight, let’s peel back the cover and take a look inside this mattress! We’ll assess each layer of this bed’s construction and share how different materials affect performance and feel.


The SweetNight Twilight features a cover made with knit fabric and tufted with foam to create a pillow-top feel right off the bat.

Comfort Layers

The primary comfort layer on the SweetNight mattress is made from a material that the brand calls Air-flow high-density foam. This foam is fairly bouncy and responsive. Beneath that, there’s a layer of gel memory foam, which offers some pressure relief. Meanwhile, the gel infusion helps dissipate heat. Because this is a gel memory foam mattress instead of a conventional memory foam mattress, it should be more breathable.

SweetNight Mattress Construction

Support Layer

Because this is a hybrid mattress, it probably won’t surprise you to learn that the main support layer on the SweetNight Twilight is composed of pocketed coils—independently wrapped, steel-tempered coils, to be exact. This layer contributes to the bed’s supportive and responsive feel.

Mattress Height

The SweetNight Twilight comes in two height options: 10” or 12”.

SweetNight Twilight Mattress Size Options And Price

Curious about the size and pricing options for the SweetNight Twilight mattress? Then take a gander at the chart below!

Note: these sizes and prices are for the 10″ model.

Size Dimensions Price
Full 54″ x 74″ x 10″ $378
Queen 60″ x 80″ x 10″ $428
King 76″ x 80″ x 10″ $548

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SweetNight Twilight Mattress Performance

We ran the SweetNight Twilight through a range of tests to assess its performance with everything from temperature regulation to off-gassing and edge support. Let’s see how it did!

Sleeping Hot Or Cold

The SweetNight Twilight mattress boasts several design features that should help sleepers stay cool. It uses a breathable cover and breathable, gel-infused foams, and the coils allow for plenty of airflow throughout the center of the mattress.

Hybrids are usually pretty good cooling mattresses, and the SweetNight is no exception.

Motion Transfer

This mattress does not perform particularly well when it comes to motion isolation. Because it’s bouncy and responsive, it doesn’t absorb movement well. This means partners might feel each other’s movements transfer across the surface of the bed. Keep this in mind if you’re searching for a mattress for couples.

Edge Support

In our experience, the SweetNight Twilight features some solid edge support. The mattress did not collapse too much when we were sitting and lying down near the edge. If you sleep with a partner or like sleeping toward the edge of the mattress, the SweetNight could be a good option.

Sweetnight Mattress - Edge Support


Because this is a value mattress, it’s not the most durable bed around. With proper care, expect this mattress to last for around 5 to 7 years.


We did observe some initial off-gassing from this mattress. This is completely normal for a bed in a box mattress, and the smell should dissipate within a few days.


At the time of our review, we didn’t observe any notable noise while moving around on the SweetNight Twilight. That said, because this mattress incorporates coils, it’s possible it could start to squeak a bit over time.


Because the SweetNight Twilight is a responsive mattress, it should be a great mattress for sex. Partners shouldn’t feel stuck in this bed, and it should be easy to change positions.

Company Policies

Interested in purchasing the SweetNight Twilight mattress? Here’s a look at the company policies that you’ll encounter.

Warranty Info

All Sweet Night mattresses, including the SweetNight Twilight, come with a 10-year warranty.

Sleep Trial

The SweetNight Twilight comes with a 100-night sleep trial.

Return Policy

If you are not satisfied with the SweetNight Twilight mattress, you can return it for a full refund during the 100-night sleep trial. Contact the brand’s Customer Support team to initiate a refund.

How Does The SweetNight Compare To Other Mattresses?

Curious to know how the SweetNight stacks up against its competitors? We pitted this bed in a box mattress against some of the biggest brands out there.

SweetNight Vs. Casper

The original Casper mattress is an all-foam bed, while the SweetNight Twilight is a hybrid mattress. The construction differences don’t end there; the Casper is zoned (so it’s more supportive in some areas and more pressure-relieving in others), while the SweetNight Twilight is not zoned.

Casper Mattress - Construction And Foam Layers

These beds also differ when it comes to firmness. We ranked the SweetNight Twilight around 7.5/10, while we ranked the Casper a bit softer around 7/10 (though still a touch firmer-than-average).

The Casper and the SweetNight Twilight also have different feels. The SweetNight Twilight has a responsive hybrid feel with a pillow-top on top, while the Casper has a balanced foam feel.

Finally, these beds differ in terms of price. The SweetNight Twilight is a value mattress that costs $428 for a Queen size. The same size, all-foam original Casper mattress costs $1,095.

Who Should Get The SweetNight?

  • People who are looking to save money
  • Stomach sleepers

Who Should Get The Casper?

  • Back and side sleepers
  • People who want a more advanced mattress

SweetNight Vs. Nectar

The Nectar mattress is an all-foam option that features thick memory foam right on top. The main construction difference between the Nectar and SweetNight can be found in the support layer. The SweetNight features coils while the Nectar features a high-density base foam. In addition, you simply get more foam right on top of the Nectar mattress.

Because of this, the mattresses do have a different feel. The SweetNight has a responsive hybrid feel, and the Nectar features more of that classic memory foam feel. When you lie down on the Nectar, you should feel like you are slowly sinking in. The SweetNight is bouncier, so you should feel like you are sleeping on top.

The SweetNight Twilight is also firmer than the Nectar mattress. Again, we are talking about the 10″ model, so the 12″ model could be softer and closer to Nectar’s medium firmness.

Lastly, the SweetNight does cost less than the Nectar mattress.

Who Should Get The SweetNight?

  • Those who like a more responsive mattress
  • Fans of firmer mattresses
  • People on a budget

Who Should Get The Nectar?

  • Fans of memory foam
  • Side sleepers

SweetNight Mattress FAQs

Still have questions about the SweetNight Twilight mattress? We’ve got answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about this bed!

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Marten Carlson

Marten is Senior Editor at Mattress Clarity. He covers the mattress industry as well as sleep science news. He is specifically interested in the connection between sleep and overall health. Marten has written for media publications like Consequence of Sound and received a master’s degree in Film Studies from Emory University. He comes from Franklin, Indiana, and spends all the time he can writing, directing, and acting in films. He has directed genre short films and features. His newest film, Starlets, recently premiered at the River Town Film Festival in Clinton, NJ. He also stars in the upcoming thriller, Sour Bear. His next film, At The Hop, is a hot rod actioner with a horror twist.