Tempur-Pedic is usually the first company that comes to mind when people hear “memory foam mattresses.” It’s been around since 1992 and sells its products both online and in stores. At the tip-top of the TempurPedic mattress catalog are the two Breeze mattresses, the ProBreeze and the LuxeBreeze. The Tempur-ProBreeze came out in 2019 and is essentially the same bed as the Tempur-ProAdapt with a few cooling upgrades. The LuxeBreeze, on the other hand, is designed to help you sleep five degrees cooler than the Pro model and is their iciest mattress yet. 

If you’re a hot sleeper willing to pay top-dollar for an ultra cool memory foam mattress, keep reading along in our TempurPedic Breeze mattress review to find out what our true, unbiased thoughts are. 

TempurPedic TEMPUR-ProBreeze
TempurPedic TEMPUR-ProBreeze
Why it’s Great

The Breeze line combines TempurPedic’s popular memory foam feel with cooling technology. These premium mattresses allow you to enjoy the pressure relief of memory foam while staying cool while you sleep.

Best for
People who love the feel of memory foam
Sleepers who tend to warm up at night
Consumers looking for a premium mattress
Sleep Positions
Back, Side and Stomach
Product Details
Memory Foam

What Do TempurPedic’s TEMPUR Breeze Beds Feel Like? 

All TempurPedic mattresses will have a similar, dense memory foam feel. It’s one of the reasons why they became so popular and now have become synonymous with the word memory foam. It takes a few seconds for your body to sink into the foam, but once your body warms up the material, you slowly become engulfed by the bed’s top layers. 


The Tempur-ProBreeze is only available in a Medium and Medium Hybrid but will feel nearly identical to the Tempur-ProAdapt (around a medium-firm), only it should remain cooler for longer. The Tempur-LuxeBreeze model comes in either Soft or Firm and does not have a hybrid mattress option. 

Pressure Relief

For the most pressure-relieving mattress option from TempurPedic, we recommend you opt for the LuxeBreeze Soft model. It will give you a nice balance between pressure relief and support without being too soft. Heavier individuals will also be well off on the ProBreeze Medium Hybrid model. Though, if you want a really pressure-relieving bed, then the ones from TempurPedic may not be right for you. 


Our opinion is that you can absolutely feel the cooling effects of both mattresses, and they would be a great solution for hot sleepers that want a cooling memory foam bed. The covers are physically cool to the touch and you feel the coolness against your body when you lay down. 

But, what could make the LuxeBreeze sleep up to 5 degrees cooler than the ProBreeze? Truthfully, we don’t know, but supposedly it has something to do with the ventilated support layers (primary difference over ProBreeze). It definitely sleeps cool, but “how cool?” is the question we can’t answer.

TempurPedic Breeze Mattress Design And Construction

The construction of the Tempur-ProBreeze and Tempur-LuxeBreeze are very similar. They both contain TEMPUR-CM+ Material, a thin strip of gel-infused foam under the gel strip so humidity and moisture don’t get trapped in your bed. They also include PureCool+ technology, which is a phase change material and contributes to the overall coolness of the bed, and a machine-washable zip-off cover. 

The LuxeBreeze mattress will contain Ventilated TEMPUR-APR® Material. According to the company, this is their newest and most pressure-relieving foam. The ProBreeze, on the other hand, has the option to come with a pocketed coil base layer instead of foam, making it more supportive and durable. 

  • Cover

    The Breeze bed models from TempurPedic come with SmartClimate cooling covers that we like better than the covers in the Adapt line. It’s a little softer, plus you can effortlessly remove the cover and machine wash it for an easy clean. 

  • Durability

    The more durable option between ProBreeze and LuxeBreeze would be the Medium Hybrid ProBreeze. Since the bottom layer is made with heavy-duty pocketed coils rather than foam, it’ll stand the test of time better and be more supportive for your body. 

Body Type Analysis

Not all mattresses are one-size-fits-all, and your body type should help you determine the type of mattress you’d get your money’s worth from.

  • Petite

    Sleepers who weigh under 150 lbs will be fine on either the ProBreeze and the LuxeBreeze. Just keep in mind that the smaller you are, the firmer a mattress tends to feel. So, unless you want a bed with a more firm profile, you may not love the TempurPedic Breeze beds. 

  • Average

    For anyone weighing between 150 lbs and 230 lbs, we recommend either mattress. Pro and Luxe Breeze beds are just fine for this body type. It ultimately depends on the amount of support you’re looking to get and the amount of money you’d like to spend. 

  • Heavy

    Plus size individuals who weigh over 230 lbs would probably be best off on the TempurPedic ProBreeze Mattress. Not only is it more affordable than the LuxeBreeze, but you can get it with a supportive hybrid construction, so it’s more supportive and durable in the long run. 

Sleeper Type Analysis 

The same way your body type and weight influence what kind of mattress you should buy, so does your sleeping position. Whether you sleep on your back, side, stomach, or a combination of all of them, here’s how we’d recommend these beds.

  • Side Sleepers
    Good For

    If you predominately sleep on your side, then it’s best if you sleep on a soft to medium mattress. We would recommend the Soft model of the LuxeBreeze, or the Medium Hybrid model of Probreeze if you weigh over 230 lbs. These options will be the most accommodating and pressure-relieving to contour around the curves of your body. 

  • Back And Stomach Sleepers
    Good For

    Luckily for back and stomach sleepers, just about every one of these beds will be suitable. All of them are either on the medium or firm side of the spectrum, and we think they provide ample support to keep your spine from sagging into the bed. 

  • Combination Sleepers
    Not So Good For

    We recommend you cater to your favorite sleeping position. If you spend the same amount of time on your back or stomach as you do on your side, we recommend the Soft or Medium models. Just keep in mind that it might be harder to switch positions on a dense memory foam bed because you become cocooned in a little you-shape indent. 

Is Tempur Breeze A Good Mattress For Couples? 

Shopping for your own mattress is hard enough, let alone a mattress that’s suitable for two people. There are a few more bed characteristics you should take into consideration when you’re in the market for a new mattress, including motion isolation and edge support.

Edge Support

If you and your partner are cuddlers, you may not have to worry about this. If you sleep toward the side of your mattress to maximize space, however, you probably want a bed with ample edge support. The edge support in the Medium Hybrid model will be stronger, but we wouldn’t say it’s bad on the foam models by any means. 

Motion Isolation 

Memory foam is king at absorbing motion, especially these TempurPedic beds. You virtually feel no movement and hear no noise when you sleep on either of the Breeze TempurPedic beds. 

Breeze Mattress Prices

These two Breeze models are the most premium, top-tier beds that the brand has to offer. With that being said, expect to pay a pretty penny for them. The queen-size Medium Hybrid ProBreeze mattress retails for around $4,300, but discounts can cut the price by $300. Below are the prices for the ProBreeze model.

Twin XL$3799
Cal King$4999

A queen-size LuxeBreeze, alternatively, runs for about $5,000. It’s one of the most expensive beds we’ve tested here at the Slumber Yard, and it is not the mattress you want to buy if you’re trying to save money. If you love TempurPedic and need maximum cooling relief, these options may be worth the money for you.

Tempur Breeze Mattress Review Verdict

In our TempurPedic Breeze mattress reviews, we found that they were physically cool (like their marketing language implies) and can help cool down hot sleepers during the night. We also have to note the signature, dense memory foam feel that they provide. If you love memory foam, you’ll likely enjoy this bed. We don’t recommend these beds if you sleep temperature neutral or want a bouncy, more responsive bed.  

Other TempurPedic Reviews

Review team

  • kenzie
    McKenzie Dillon

    Combo Sleeper

  • Owen Poole

    Side Sleeper

  • Tharon
    Tharon Green

    Stomach Sleeper

  • wesley-ott
    Wesley Ott

    Combo Sleeper

Buying A Tempur-Pedic Mattress Online

Policies toward shipping and returns will vary from retailer to retailer, but if you end up purchasing any of the beds through Tempur-Pedic’s website, here’s how it shakes out.

  • Free shipping (white glove delivery)
  • 90-night trial
  • 10-year warranty

Your mattress won’t show up rolled up in a box, but two professionals will hand-deliver it.

Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a Tempur Breeze mattress?

These mattresses are premium memory foam beds and the price reflects that. A queen size ProBreeze Hybrid costs around $4,000 while a queen size LuxeBreeze retails around $5,000.

Is Tempur-Pedic Breeze worth the money?

If you are a habitually hot sleeper and love memory foam, the ProBreeze is worth it. However, the LuxeBreeze is extremely expensive and we aren’t sure how to justify the price increase from the ProBreeze model.

What does Tempur-Pedic Breeze mattress feel like?

TempurPedic is home to dense, slow-responding memory foam beds. The Breeze models are no different. The foam hugs your body and contours around your curves, but it takes a few moments for your body to sink into the foam.

Is Tempur Breeze okay for side sleepers?

Yes! The LuxeBreeze model comes in a “Soft” option making it ideal for side sleepers who want ample pressure releif. Plus size side sleepers will sleep comfortably on the ProBreeze Medium Hybrid bed.

How does the Tempur-Pedic Breeze mattress work?

The brand incorporated several different cooling technologies into the mattresses to make them physically cold. This includes cooling covers, gel-infused memory foam, and their special PureCool+ phase-change material.