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We spend one third of our lives in bed, which means having a great mattress is well-worth the investment. After all, nothing beats the rejuvenation that comes with a good night’s sleep and leaves you ready to tackle the day.

Before lugging your old mattress to your new home, perhaps it’s time to upgrade your sleeping situation. For the ultimate beauty sleep, these are the best mattresses that money can buy!

Vividius by Hästens

For a truly no-expense-spared sleeping experience, the Vividius mattress from Hästens is widely touted as the world’s most luxurious (and very likely most expensive) mattress. Requiring a team of craftsmen 320 hours to build, the Vividius is constructed with the finest materials, including a pinewood frame, steel springs, soundproof flax, and a horsehair lining. Of course, each mattress from the Swedish manufacturer is custom made, so you’ll work with a sleep consultant to ensure the finished product is the perfect bed for you.

Beyond Luxury by Kluft

The name says it all, as the term “luxury” simply doesn’t suffice for this mattress. Inside, you’ll find a 2,050-spring count and layer upon layer of natural materials, like cashmere, horsetail, Joma wool, and organic cotton that leave you feeling like you’re floating on a cloud.

Casper Wave

In the recently emerged online-mattress industry, the Casper Wave is in a league of its own, with temperature regulation, five layers of foam, and a velvety soft top layer. The Wave offers unprecedented ergonomic support at 33 key points and has been endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association. For an improved sleep rhythm, Casper’s new Glow Light is another product to get excited about.

No. 2 by Savoir

Since it first appeared in the Savoy Hotel in 1905, the No. 2 has become as much of a status symbol as it is a mattress. Winston Churchill, Marilyn Monroe, and many others have chosen to sleep on the No. 2, though in recent years it’s been updated with a topper filled with horse tail hair for a final layer of comfort.

Dux 8008 by Duxiana

The Dux 8008 is perhaps the most customizable luxury mattress, with six individual comfort zones for you and your partner to adjust to different levels of firmness for optimal sleep. Designed for catching z’s while keeping your spine in line, the Dux is found in 5-star hotels around the world, from The Langham in New York City to the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen.